Your little bunnies have been especially sweet this year. So help out the Easter Bunny and fill their baskets with all the treats that they’ll be oh-so-hoppy for with selections from our Easter Basket Gift Guide!
Cupcake Surprise Mini Dolls
Add a delicious little Cupcake Surprise Mini Doll into your child’s Easter basket! These miniature dolls turn from cupcake to princess with just one little twist. Available in yummy flavors like vanilla, grape, chocolate, lemon, strawberry, and peanut butter, they’re the perfect little treat to play with.
Brush Buddies Pez Poppin Toothbrushes
After all that sugar, have your kids hop over to the bathroom to brush their teeth with the Brush Buddies Pez Poppin Toothbrush. Press the button on the toothbrush and the brush will pop up, just like Pez! The nylon bristles are soft for your kids’ teeth. And in character styles such as Peppa Pig and Thomas & Friends, your kids will actually (gasp) want to brush their teeth.
Chocolate Pizza Company
Your little peeps won’t mind if you serve up a slice of the Chocolate Pizza for Easter dinner! Made with milk or dark chocolate, the pizza is topped with homemade English toffee. On Easter, it’s trimmed with pastel-colored chocolate candy and sugar confetti.
Crayola- My First Washable Palm Grasp Crayons
For your budding baby artists, the Crayola My First Washable Palm Grasp Crayons make an egg-cellent Easter gift. Each crayon is egg-shaped and designed to fit into toddler’s hands. Plus, each egg is about 14 crayons combined, so your little one can hoppily draw for hours.
Crayola Color Wonder Scented Stampers
For all the fun—and none of the mess—of regular crayons, the Crayola Color Wonder Scented Stampers are a cool way to color. The scented inks appear only on special Color Wonder paper, giving it a retro invisible ink vibe. Plus, your child can stamp yummy designs (like a cookie and ice cream cone) which smell just like chocolate. Yum.
Your little princess will love the 2-piece Bunny Basket from Sugarfina. Filled with springtime treats like Fluffy Bunnies and Bunny Tails, the beautifully crafted bunny basket can be used after Easter for the perfect little toy holder.
Elevate your child’s candy-loving palette with McCrea’s Candies. The slow-cooked, hand-crafted caramel comes in kid-friendly flavors like vanilla and chocolate. But for adventurous eaters, there’s Tapped Maple, Rosemary Truffle Sea Salt, or Black Lava Sea Salt Caramel. Bonus: the caramels are gluten, nut/peanut, and soy free.
There’s no better way for kids to burn off all that extra sugar than with the Glove-A-Bubbles Bunny from Zing. When your child waves his gloved hand, a bounty of bubbles appear! Each glove comes with two packs of bubble solution for a bubbliciously good time!
Jaq Jaq Bird’s ButterStix Chalk
You want your kids to be outside and playing—but you also want them to stay clean for Easter photos with the family, too. Enter Jaq Jaq ButterStix. The chalks are 100% zero dust, and feel like you’re writing with pastels, but write and look just like real chalk. Now your little chickie can write away—and you won’t have to worry about her staining her Easter dress.
Orbeez Ultimate Soothing Spa
After a long day of hunting for Easter eggs, your daughter deserves some much-needed pampering. The Orbeez Ultimate Soothing Spa will leave her feeling relaxed with a cascading waterfall of Orbeez foot spa beads. You’ll want to try it out too—after your little one goes to bed.
Godiva Collectible Beaded Easter Egg
Move over, plastic Easter eggs. The Collectible Beaded Easter Egg from Godiva is a gorgeous way to celebrate spring. Just “crack” open the egg for some divine mini chocolate treats from the chocolate giant. The egg also makes a beautiful addition to any Easter treat table.
Paddington Bear Talking Soft Toy
Who says that Easter has to be all about bunnies and chicks? Everyone’s favorite bear, Paddington, will be a perfect gift for your child. The Paddington Bear Talking Soft Toy says sweet phrases like, “I’m a very rare sort of bear,” and “It’s nice being a bear, especially a bear named Paddington” with just a squeeze of his belly.
Paw Patrol Shape Sorter Puzzle
Your little one will be on a roll with the Paw Patrol Shape Sorter Puzzle! The 12-piece die-cut wooden puzzle features a clock face with Ryder in the center to encourage kids to learn how to tell time. The puzzle even has moveable hour and minute hands, and the puzzle is designed so that your child can learn color, shapes, numbers, and time. That way, your pre-schooler can learn how to count down the hours until the Easter Bunny arrives.
Peeps Grow a Peep
Sugar meets science with the very cool PEEPS Grow a Peep. Just pour water into the container to begin the “hatching” process. And once the egg is fully dissolved, an Easter bunny or chick will appear! Swap out the old water for some fresh water, and in 48 hours, your PEEP will magically grow up to 3 times its original size!
Jelly Belly Bubble Machine Assortment
Sweetly-scented bubbles? Yes, please! The Jelly Belly Bubble Machine Assortment blows a steady stream of scented bubbles and can be personalized with Jelly Belly jelly bean stickers for bubbly good fun!
Be kind to your kid’s teeth this Easter and sneak in some KIND Minis into their Easter baskets. The minis are a guilt-free treat, in 100 calorie (or less) portions. Plus, Pressed by KIND Fruit & Chocolate is a great way to get your fruit-fearing child to eat a whole serving of delish chocolate-covered fruit.
The name doesn’t lie. Perfect for Easter, the Tastykake Tasty Tweets crème-filled cupcakes with sprinkles is a delicious addition to your child’s Easter basket. And for parents, this will be one tweet that you won’t mind your kids having!
Peeps aren’t just for eating! In the adorable board book, Colorful Peeps, the Easter classic treat can help toddlers learn about all the different colors.
Welch’s Easter Fruit Snacks
For smarter snacking, Welch’s Fruit Snacks are made with real fruit, not sugary substitutes. For Easter, kids can spot bunnies, eggs, baby chicks, and flowers in each pouch. And at just 45 calories, it’s a great on-the-go snack for when you’re driving to Grandma’s house on Easter.