10 Easter Basket Stuffers That Go Beyond Chocolate And Jelly Beans

To say that Easter is a treat-filled holiday is a total understatement. Everywhere you look, there are chocolate eggs, jelly beans, and Peeps for days. So if you’re looking for something less, you know, sugary to put in your child’s basket, these 10 Easter basket stuffers go way beyond chocolate and jelly beans. From fun toys and games, to learning about the significance of Easter, there’s truly something for every little bunny in your house.

So hop to it, parents, and pick out some of these Easter basket stuffers. Your bunnies will do backflips for these adorable gifts.

WeCool Mix and Mash Deluxe Slime Kit

There’s something about slime that appeals to just about every kid on the planet. This bucket from WeCool ($25) includes just about everything your child would need to make ooey, gooey squishy slime. The kit contains 7 various types of slime, plus foam and confetti mix-ins to create over 30 new varieties of slime. Playtime has never been so squishy—or satisfying.

Little Me 15” Plush Rattle Snuggle Blanket

Your little lamb is going to love her new baby blanket ($16). It features a cuddly little lamb and is the ideal size for tiny hands to hold onto. It has a rattle inside to keep your little one entertained, and (woot), it’s machine washable, too.

Playfoam Pals Unicorn Magic

Unboxing toys is a big deal for kids. That’s why they’ll love the Playfoam Pals Unicorn Magic ($12). Simply open the rainbow to see which surprise toy is inside: a unicorn charm, a colored locket, a surprise clip, or even a decorative gem. And if your kid is a collector, she’s going to love that there are about 45 different (and adorable) characters to collect! Plus, the Playfoam doesn’t dry out, so she can hours of fun playing with it.

Yowie Chocolate Eggs

Your child will get a sweet treat (and a lesson on animals) with the Yowie Chocolate Egg (12 eggs/$36). Each egg contains a chocolate candy, but also a limited-edition collectible animal, too. There’s even information and a picture of an endangered animal inside so that kids can learn not just about how to protect wildlife, but the steps needed towards ecological conservation, too.

HABA Shaking Eggs

Easter is all about the eggs, and your little one will love these wooden ones from HABA ($20). Each egg makes a different (and fun) sound when shaken. Not only can they teach your early learner about colors and counting, but the eggs can also help your child begin an early appreciation of music, too.

L.O.L. Surprise! Spring Bling Doll (Limited Edition)

It should come as no surprise to you that the star of your child’s Easter basket is going to be the L.O.L. Surprise! Spring Bling Doll ($10). This limited edition doll comes with everything that your kiddo already adores about L.O.L. (i.e. the colorful and adorable dolls, the insanely awesome packaging, and the amazing accessories!). Unbox seven (!) surprises, including the limited edition sparkly doll (yes, she sparkles), a basket accessory, shoes, outfit, headband, a secret message, and sooo much more.

L.O.L. Surprise! Spring Bling Pet Limited Edition

Every cutie needs a companion, and your L.O.L. Surprise! Spring Bling Doll is no exception. So get ready to bring on more bling with the L.O.L. Surprise! Spring Bling Pet Limited Edition ($10). The pretty (and sparkly!) pet also comes with 7 surprises to unbox, and makes an adorable addition to your child’s L.O.L. collection.

Poopsie Slime Surprise

Sometimes, slime looks absolutely delicious. At least, that’s the case with the Poopsie Slime Surprise ($30-$40). You can make actual slime donuts and decorate them with toppings and fun frostings. But before you pop it into your mouth (which you shouldn’t, since they’re not edible), you can smash the donut to discover the sticky surprise inside. Each kit comes with four donuts and cases, two frostings and four glittery toppings.

Wreck Royale Exploding Crashing Tooned Out Race Car

Your kid is going to explode when he spies the Wreck Royale car ($10) in his Easter basket. Why, well the cars crash, flip, and even explode upon impact. In fact, the car parts can be customized to your child’s car to create an entirely new look. Cool designs, crashing, exploding cars, and no batteries? Yes, please.

The Easter Story Egg

Move over, Elf on the Shelf. The Easter Story Egg is about to take over Easter. The book and toy kit ($35) is sure to become a family tradition for years to come. You can read the book with your children, and open one nesting egg each day during Holy Week leading up to Easter Sunday. Your kids will have fun opening and stacking the eggs — and you’ll love the bonding that comes with celebrating Easter together.

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