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Easter is almost here and everyone is running around trying to find the perfect basket stuffers. From peeps to chocolate bunnies, there’s lots of candy treats to scoop up. I love giving my littles sweet treats but also love throwing in some non-candy goodies as well. This year I’ve chosen these 4 unbelievable non-candy easter gifts for kids and tweens to use.
If you’ve never had an Edible Arrangements you don’t know what you’re missing. Crafted with a variety of fresh fruit and chocolate, this is the perfect treat for any Easter or Spring celebration. They make the easiest Easter gifts for everyone by adding a pop of color and edible deliciousness to their day. Of course, I had to try one…or two out for myself!
Surprise your kiddos, family, teachers, and more with an Easter Bunny Celebration™ with Easter Berries or a box of Bright Swizzle Berries®. Both sound delicious right? Let me break them down to make you drool even more.
The Easter Bunny Celebration™ essentially is an Easter basket of hand-dipped fruit complete with festive pineapple chocolate dipped bunnies. These arrangements are a delicious alternative to process sugar filled treats. The fruit was beautifully crafted and so fresh! I’m a sucker for pineapple so pineapple dipped in chocolate was like heaven in my mouth. There was so much fruit it made it incredibly easy to share with family that was visiting town.
Love a good chocolate dipped strawberry? A box of Bright Swizzle Berries® is just the treat for you. This delicious box features fresh strawberries, all hand-dipped in gourmet semisweet and white chocolate. Topped with festively colored Swizzle®, your kids and tweens will eat these up like candy.
Though these arrangements are amazingly tasty, there are plenty of other options out there including a Spring Swizzle truffle set, Gourmet Shareable® Caramel Apple and more. Don’t wait to place your order, shop now and save 20% off orders $50+ using the code “BLOG4726“. If you are a procrastinator like me though, don’t worry, they offer same day delivery.
Any of you who are frequent readers of Wildish Jess know I love me some OshKosh clothing. Get ready for Spring Break with bright and bold graphic tops to mix and match. OshKosh is a simple and easy non-candy Easter gift you can add to your little one’s Easter basket. You can pick from tees, tanks, shorts, and skirts up to size 5T from the Baby B’gosh Collection for awww-inspiring looks.
My boys are always sporting the latest B’gosh styles. They are so versatile you can dress up and down easily with layers. Polos for him and ruffle-sleeve tees for her, plus woven shirts that pair back to multiple shorts silhouettes for a spring-into-summer look. Max can be seen sporting his jean shorts, baseball tee, and blue sunnies like the little GQ he is. Grab the same look or check out the girl’s selections here.
Ready to add some sparkle to your kid’s bath routine? Yum! Spa® is here to do that and more! Keep your little’s bath time beauty routine paraben free and ready for selfies. We tried out the Yum! Spa 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner, Sparkle Lotion, and Shimmer & Shine Body Mist. Even though we have boys, we are not gender specific in what we gift them. If they want to be all sparkly and tutti-frutti then so be it.
The Spa 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner contains nourishing aloe and jojoba to moisturize hair, leaving their locks soft and smooth. The Sparkle Lotion keeps your skin feeling hydrated and healthy with an added touch of glimmer. Perfect for summer! Lastly, the Shimmer & Shine Body Mist is a fruity scented splash to top off your whole look and Easter basket.
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I love finding new and creative toys for my boys to play with. I think building toys is great for learning and amplifying basic skills. Throwing in one of these non-candy Easter gifts for each of your kiddos is a no brainer. From simple to complex, small scale to larger-than-life, Brackitz award-winning construction toys puts real-life art, math, science, architectural, and engineering principles into play.