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Easter Basket Ideas for Every Bunny

Ready to stuff your baskets, but don't have any Easter basket ideas? Don't worry, we're the eggs-perts.

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We’ve studied the best of Easter basket stuffers this year to bring you the top Easter basket ideas. From candies to toys, books to stuffed animals and more, we’ve got the goods for Easter 2020! Come browse our finds when you’re ready for some fun toys and tasty treats. 

Easter Peeps Marshmallow Chicks Variety Pack

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These aren’t your usual Easter Peeps! This variety pack has exciting new flavors that are sure to be a hit! With tastes like cotton candy, fruit punch, sour watermelon, party cake, pancakes and blue raspberry, there’s something for everyone in this Easter Peeps Marshmallow Chicks Variety Pack. Buy it here.

Kinder JOY Eggs

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Give these out and become the favorite family member this holiday! Kinder JOY eggs each hold a two-sided treasure. One side is layered sweet milk, chocolate cream and crispy wafers, while the other side holds a fun toy surprise. This 15-pack ensures you’ll have enough for all the Easter baskets. Buy it here.

BEAR – Real Fruit Strawberry Yoyos

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These BEAR Real Fruit Strawberry Yoyos are all-natural fruit rolls, Non-GMO Project Verified, vegan, kosher and made from whole fruit. No preservatives were used in their preparation, and no sugar was added. They’re great for taking along for hikes and bike rides, packing in lunch boxes and popping into Easter baskets! Also available in mango, raspberry, and apple flavors. Buy it here.

Brach’s Purple Rain Tiny Jelly Bird Eggs

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Dazzle the purple-lovers in your crew with these flavorful Purple Rain Tiny Jelly Bird Eggs from Brach’s. Stick with your favorites or enjoy them all together for a tasty burst of berry, grape, blue raspberry and blueberry. Set them out in candy dishes, scatter some in Easter baskets or put the whole unopened bag in the basket. Comes in a set of two 13-ounce bags. Buy it here.

YumEarth Organic Vitamin C Lollipops

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For some Easter vitamin C, toss a handful of YumEarth Organic Vitamin C Lollipops into your holiday baskets. A slightly healthier variety of Easter candy, YumEarth promises an organic, vegan blend with no high fructose corn syrup, all natural flavors and no artificial dyes or colors. They’re also soy, fat, dairy, peanut and tree-nut free. Buy it here.

REESE’S 1-Pound Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Bunny

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Some of us just need chocolate on Easter, and this gem will surely hit the spot! A full pound of chocolate-covered peanut butter, this Reese’s 1-Pound Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Bunny carries a 4.6 star rating on Amazon after 1,500 customer reviews. An old classic in pretty new pastel Easter packaging, it’s perfect for your Easter basket ideas. Buy it here.

Peeps Marshmallow Delights Raspberry Dipped in Creme Flavored Fudge

These looked so delicious, we couldn’t leave them out! This pack of 4 Peeps Marshmallow Delights Raspberry Dipped in Creme Flavored Fudge is perfect for any Easter basket, gluten-free and a great sampler size. Want to try these alongside other unique Peep flavors? Get the 3-pack here. Buy the raspberry creme-covered alone here

Original EggMazing Easter Egg Decorator Kit 

Don’t feel like getting out the cups and colored dyes this year? Give the Original EggMazing Easter Egg Decorator Kit a try! It comes with 8 quick-drying, non-toxic markers and a built-in egg decorator for spinning large eggs. Let your egg artists spin to their hearts’ content, creating as many unique designs as they wish. Requires 4 AAA batteries, not included. Buy it here.

TOMY Toomies Hide & Squeak Eggs 

For little ones ages 6 months and up, the TOMY Toomies Hide and Squeak Eggs guarantee hours of fun. Let their little fingers squeeze the eggs to hear them squeak, open the egg shells to check their colors, match and sort them, reassemble them and start all over! Ideal for an active baby’s Easter basket. Buy it here.

HABA Musical Eggs – 5 Wooden Eggs with Acoustic Sounds 

Made in Germany, HABA Musical Eggs are a huge hit with kids ages 2 and up. They make different sounds when each of the 5 eggs is shaken or twisted. Durable and brilliantly colored, HABA eggs are constructed of sustainable German beech wood and have won the National Parenting Seal of Approval Award. They’re not too loud for anyone else in the vicinity, though. Buy it here.

Hexbug Nano Newton Series – Easter Bunny Purple

For kids age 4 and up, the Hexbug micro toy robot has taken on many forms and colors. This Easter, gift the grands a set of four of them starting with this one. The Hexbug Nano Newton Series in Easter Bunny Purple has become a favorite among BEAM technology fans. Watch it move forward and flip itself over depending upon what’s going on around it. Hours of fun! Buy it here.

LEGO BrickHeadz Easter Bunny Building Kit

Comprising 126 pieces, the LEGO Brickheadz Easter Bunny Building Kit has movable and detachable parts as well as flowers and eggs. Comes with base plate and calendars. Put it together with the family and leave it on display through the whole season! Buy it here.

Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! 

Perfect for kiddos aged preschool through Kindergarten, the adventure-filled board book Duck & Goose, Here Comes the Easter Bunny! takes readers along with Duck and Goose while they try to find a way to see the Easter Bunny. A New York Times bestselling Easter classic, this one is sure to be a favorite on the family bookshelf for years to come. Buy it here.

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Will you be stuffing your basket with any of Easter basket ideas this holiday? Did we miss anything we should know about? Let us know in the comments below, and have a very hoppy Easter!

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