No-Sugar Easter Basket Ideas
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No-Sugar Easter Basket Ideas

Posted on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 at 11:13 am
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Easter basketEaster is such a wonderful holiday full of family, friends, traditions and great food. Typically though, there are also quite a few of sweets around the house. Some treats here and there are fine on this special holiday, but it’s easy for kids to assume that Easter means baskets full of sugary treats that no little body needs. Teach the kids that natural living doesn’t mean you can’t still have special goodies in Easter Baskets. Simply fill the baskets with gifts that aren’t full of sugar or overly processed. We’ve put together a list of no-sugar Easter Basket ideas for you to try this year:


Babies & Toddlers

  • Bubbles
  • Balls
  • Bunny Ears
  • Plastic eggs with snack inside
  • Sand toys
  • Kites
  • Hair accessories
  • Books
  • Stuffed animals
  • Bath Toys
  • DVDs/Blu-rays
  • Playdoh
  • Summer hat
  • Teething toys
  • Sippy cups
  • Organic snacks
  • Pacifiers/teethers


Elementary Age

  • Spring Clothes
  • Shoes
  •  Hats
  • Movies
  • Plastic eggs with coins, tattoos, figurines, erasers, jewelry, stamps, etc inside
  • Books
  • Coloring books
  • Crafts/Activities Books
  • Crayons/markers/pencils
  • Organic snacks
  • Fruit
  • Chapstick or lip gloss
  • Small games/card games
  • Toothbrush/toothpaste
  • Trading Cards
  • Hair accessories
  • Flip flops/shoes
  • Legos
  • Video Games


Over 12 Years

  • Tickets to a game, concert, event, etc.
  • Pampering items: bubble bath, sponges, loofas, poufs, shower gel, body wash, etc.
  • DVDs/Blu-ray
  • Video Games
  • Candles
  • Makeup
  • Lotions
  • Gift Cards
  • Stationary/Notecards
  • T-shirts
  • Magazines
  • Books
  • Headphones
  • Games
  • Gag gifts
  • Manicure/Pedicure Set
  • Journal/Diary


What no-sugar goodies did you put in Easter baskets this year?

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