This time of year, I’m on the lookout for healthy Easter basket ideas. My children will get some of their candy favorites in their baskets, but I don’t want to bring a month’s worth of candy into the house. There are so many healthy alternatives to fill up Easter baskets. Here are ten ideas that will appeal to a variety of ages.
Healthy Easter Basket Ideas
Fruit infusion water bottle: This device helps make water taste more like a treat.
Easter Eggstravaganza Mad Libs: This activity book is a fun way to pass the time if you’ll be on the road for Easter.
EOS lip balm: My daughter loves this lip balm, which is shaped sort of like an egg. She’d love this limited edition spring version.
Baseball cards: My son can’t get enough baseball cards, so they’re perfect for the Easter basket.
Magic markers or other art supplies: Our magic markers always seem to be dried out when we need them, so this is a great time to freshen up the supply.
Donut pan or other fun baking supplies: Your kids won’t be disappointed by the lack of candy if they can make their own donuts any time.
Chameleon watering can: This cute watering can will inspire your children to get outside and help with the gardening.
Kids’ garden gloves: Every child should have his/her own gardening gloves. That way, there’s no excuse not to help!
Green Toys indoor gardening kit: If the weather isn’t quite ready for outdoor gardening yet, this indoor gardening kit is a fun way to get things started.
What non-candy fillers will your children find in their Easter baskets this year? Please share your ideas in the comments.