While Easter obviously has a bigger meaning behind it, nowadays children will be getting more and more excited about how many Easter eggs they get and whether or not their parents have planned out an Easter egg hunt. However, I love something sweet and delicious as much as the next person so here are some ideas for edible Easter treats this year.
How beautiful is this Vorrei Milk Chocolate Easter egg? (£10.90). Vorrei is a new brand to me but they sell ‘Delicious Italian Food’ and they have a great range for Easter. This Easter egg comes beautifully wrapped in a choice of colours and they even have a little surprise inside. I think anyone would love to receive an egg as lovely as this!
Not everyone can have regular Easter eggs and there are plenty of children and adults out there with different dietary needs. Holland and Barrett have loads of options and these Cocoa Libre Rice Milk Easter Chicks which only cost £4.69 are a good alternative as they are vegan, free from dairy, gluten, wheat, nuts and peanuts.
Most people think of choclate at Easter but it’s just not for some people. I also don’t want Erin to grow up getting too much chocolate each Easter so it’s good to know there are other edible options. Haribo is a family favourite and they have plenty of fun ideas. If you want to do a hunt with the children then then Easter Hunt Mini Bags are perfect for this.
If you’re looking for something a little bit bigger then the Bunny ‘n’ Friends and Chick ‘n’ Mix packs are also a great choice. The cute characters will be familiar even to smaller children and the packs are filled with smaller bags of Haribo, meaning they don’t all have to be eaten in one go… if you can resist them!
This is Erin’s third Easter but the first one she will understand and remember. I’m looking forward to doing a little egg hunt for her in the living room and doing some Easter themed crafts!
What are your plans this Easter? Let me know in the comments!
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