Non-Candy options are always great for Easter Baskets!
Our kids get so much Easter candy from grandparents and school. So, it’s nice to have simple non-candy options to fill their Easter baskets with.
Check out some of our favorites below for families on any budget!
Small Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers $3-$10
- Take your Grumblies everywhere you go with the new Grumblies Miniacs – miniature versions of the popular Grumblies characters.
- Just as grumpy as the bigger version with highly detailed, lively facial expressions and colorful, shapeable hair.
- Miniacs can be thrown on the end of your pencils, in your backpack or displayed on your shelf with packaging that gives you the ability to stack and display.
- Collect all 12 different styles that come in individual blind packs.
- Makes collecting your favorite Tonka vehicles easy and exciting!
- Each miniature vehicle features the same great iconic styling as classic Tonka vehicles and come enclosed in a stackable garage.
- Connect the garages to create your obstacles and roads and grow your Tonka Tinys world!
- Hot new wearable collectibles!
- Kids can make their own unique fashion statement & collect with friends!
- Each jewelry box comes with two super stretchy adorable characters – one that can be seen and one that’s a surprise!
- Can be worn as rings, hair ties, or they can decorate pencil boxes, backpacks or anything
- 24 to collect, kids may unbox a Rare or Ultra Rare new friend!
More Easter Basket Ideas $10-$30
- The funny Sunny Bunnies, Big Boo, Shiny, Iris, Turbo, and Hopper, are now available as talkative plush characters!
- Press their belly to hear them make unique and silly sounds.
- Collect them all to have the biggest Bunny Blabber party!
- Life-like flying friends that kids can care for, just like a real pet!
- Pet the hummingbird’s head or back to unlock over 40 realistic hummingbird sounds – each tap activates a variety of movements and sounds, including musical tweets!
- Help them learn to fly by tapping their back twice – the Flutter Friend will open her soft, shimmery wings as she is guided through the air!
What’s better than reading and drawing? Doing them together, in the same book! The Watch Me Read and Draw book series is special because it blends two things together that kids love: reading and drawing!
With Watch Me Read and Draw: On the Farm, kids can read a story and learn to draw 11 animals and objects from the farm, and then complete the tale with stickers!
LEGO Holiday Easter Egg Hunt Building KitIt’s Not Easy Being a Bunny (Beginner Books(R))Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Easter Basket with 6 Hatchimals CollEGGtiblesWATINC Random 24 Pcs Easter Eggs Filled with Kawaii Squishy Colorful Simulation Lovely Toy Mini Soft Food Squishy Cream Scented Stress Relief Party Fover Key Chains Phone StrapsPete the Cat: Big Easter AdventureHopHappy Easter, Mouse! (If You Give…)Crayola 5 Count Washable Triple Tip MarkersMelissa & Doug Burrow Bunny Rabbit Stuffed Animal, Washable Surface, Soft Fabric , 9” H x 10” L x 6” WAurora World Miyoni Bunny 8
Don’t all kids love stickers? This set comes with 400 and they are all cute and Eastery!
Llama Llama Easter Egg
We love reading about Llama Llama and this one comes in a board book for babies.
Easter Mad Libs
Mad Libs can be fun and hilarious for the whole family. This would fit easily into any Easter Basket and is great for road trips if you are traveling over Spring Break.
Buildable LEGO BrickHeadz Easter Bunny construction character features decorated eyes, movable ears and a detachable carrot and bucket.
There is a cute Charlie Brown movie for every holiday including Easter. I love having these on DVD for my kids to watch!
For some reason I always remember getting sidewalk chalk in my childhood Easter baskets. sidewalk chalk is so much fun and is a great way to spend some creative time outdoors with the kids.
Hide n Squeak Eggs
These are the cutest little squeaky eggs for babies! Juliana loves squeaky things, so these would be perfect for her.
Silly Putty Eggs
Your kids will love stretching and molding the Silly Putty in these eggs.
What are your non-candy Easter Basket ideas for kids? I would love to hear from you in the comments below!