I’m no stranger to making gift baskets – I love it. It’s a fantastic way to add a personal touch to a gift. Finding a bunch of thoughtful things to give people is something I enjoy and gift baskets allow me to do it in a wallet-friendly and crafty way – two very important things! Easter baskets are easy to fill with candy; however, being a mom, I now appreciate the virtues of not giving my kid a basket full of sugar. My mom always made a big deal out of Easter baskets. They were always full of neat little toys and crafty things (albeit there was also a large dose of candy but equally balanced with the toys). You are guaranteed to find some fantastic ideas from these websites for no-candy ideas to fill an Easter basket for both kids and kids-at-heart. There are ideas here perfect for the littlest of littles as well as for your teenager or even your hubby.
No Candy Easter Basket Ideas
No-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for your toddlers and young kids.
Easter Baskets for Outdoor Kids are great if you’ve got a kid who loves spending time outside. Here’s some fantastic no-candy Easter basket ideas for your budding recreationist.
No Candy Easter Carrot Treat Bags: These 5-minute carrot bags are the perfect containers for healthier treats this Easter.
7 Homemade Awesome Easter Candy Alternatives includes a recipe for homemade sidewalk chalk!
Fun Easter Basket Ideas includes a variety of different themes you can use in your basket from toys to arts & crafts ideas to different tickets you can include!
20 Candy-Free Easter Egg Fillers for Toddler includes a variety of small toys and gifts that will fit inside a little plastic egg as well as non-candy food options your toddler will love.
50 Things to Put Inside Easter Eggs Besides Candy is a big list of items for all ages that will fit inside of a little plastic Easter egg. Most of the items here are ideal for ages 5+ up to teens.
7 Cheap Easter Basket Ideas is a list of themed basket ideas for a variety of ages. From a movie basket to a pretty princess theme, there’s a little of something for everyone here.
Looking for more great crafts, activities, and foods to celebrate Easter? Check these out.
Next up, check out our No-Mess Easter Crafts for Kids.
Andrea can always be found with a new craft in front of her, a form of technology on her right and a coffee on her left. This is how she survives suburbia with her two crazy toddlers in tow.