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Yummy and Healthy Options for Kid’s Easter Baskets

Hey there! You know those cute little Easter baskets that you either buy or put together for your kiddos? Yea, the ones that are full of sugary jelly beans and chocolate life-size bunnies? Let’s toss those out and do something different this Spring and find some healthy options for kid’s Easter baskets instead. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for jelly beans-they are my favorite but I rather have healthy kids than a yummy snack. So here are a couple of healthy options for kid’s Easter baskets this year, all of which I got from Target!

Healthy Options for Kid’s Easter Baskets

Healthy options for Kid's Easter Baskets

 The Goods:

Annie’s Natural and Organic White Cheddar Bunnies

Annie’s Natural and Organic Chocolate Bunny Grahams

Annie’s Natural and Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks

Dark Chocolate Almonds (super cute dipped in pink yogurt and used as ‘ Bunny Noses’)–check back later for a quick recipe

Go Go Squeez All – Natural Apple Sauce

Simply Balanced Juice Drinks

Simple Balanced Fruit Roll-Ups

All of these yummies can be found at Target and are some of my kid’s favorites. I’m really trying my best to incorporate healthier snacks and treats into our diets this year so I’m really happy that my kids are enjoying their new snacks choices. I’m hoping that they’re going to be happy with what the Easter Bunny brought them this year as well.

healthy options for kid's Easter baskets

kid's Easter basket options

So, what kind of goodies do you pack in your kid’s Easter baskets? Do you try to add healthy options to their baskets or do you go all out and do the traditional yummies? If you know of any other healthy options for kid’s snacks leave me a note below. I’m sure we will try them out because we try everything!

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Hey there, I'm Chene. Wife, mother, Editor of Prototype Mama and Founder of Southern Girl Blog Community. Prototype Mama is a place where I share my passion for crafts, joy of entertaining & journey through fitness & fashion as a mama. Grab some tea, kick up your chucks & stay for awhile.

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  1. Bobbie Jones says:

    Real good choices. Kids eat way too much sugar these days and Easter is a main culprit. Thanks for sharing.

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