Easter Basket Gift Guide: Ideas for Gifts, Egg-Fillers and More!

Monday, March 27, 2023
Easter is almost here! Every year I work hard to find new and exciting ideas for gifts and baskets. I even found some simple ideas for filling Easter eggs (non-candy, too).  All of my suggestions are displayed in easy-to-follow photos with labels and handy links. 

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This post is designed for easy reading. All photos are clearly labeled so you can easily scroll to find what you are looking for. Be sure to check out my Easter and toy gift guides from previous years here!

Easter Basket Gift Guide

This is the statement I shared before last year's Easter Gift Guide, and it still holds true for 2023: 
"I put a great deal of pride into all of my gift guides, and Easter is no egg-ception! Each photo is labeled with numbers and corresponding links. Some items were sent to me as samples and some I purchased on my own. I would never recommend something to you if I didn't totally love it myself, trust me." 

When I create gift guides, I think about what items I would want to see as a parent, and which items I think kids will really love. So read on for this year's EASTER BASKET GIFT GUIDE! Each photo features a basket with numbered items. Below each photo is a link to each numbered item. Easy peasy!
2. Jelly Belly Scented Mosaic Puzzle (found at Christmas Tree Shops)

1. Disney Doorables Squishalots (available at Walmart)
3. Rebel Girls Rock (paperback, available now) and Rebel Girls Animal Allies (available 4/4)

5. Squishmallows Backpack Clips (styles vary) - found at Five Below and various stores (but beware of price gouging if purchasing somewhere online!)

3. Anirollz Plush (Reese's pictured, purchased at Hershey's Chocolate World, also available at Claire's)

3. Rebel Girls Rock (paperback) and Rebel Girls Animal Allies (this one is currently available for pre-order and is available 4/4).

1. Madame Alexander It's All Me dolls (various styles available)
3. Cutie-Loos Mix n' Match Friends (available at Five Below)

Egg Filler Ideas

It's never easy to think of new ideas for plastic eggs, especially if you're tired of candy. So here are a few ideas and tips to help stuff those pesky eggs.

*Quick tip: buy bigger eggs. You might laugh, but these days they sell eggs in all sizes and shapes and you can reuse them year after year. It's much easier to fill the eggs when they are a bigger size.
*There are so many blind bags and small 'mini' toys on the market (all of the 5 Surprise Mini brands from Zuru are very popular). You can actually open these up and use the mini toys as egg-fillers including Disney Doorables, Real Littles, Shopkins, Funko Paka Paka, LEGO minifigures, Super Impulse Worlds Smallest, and Captivz just to name a few.
*One of the hot new trends this year is to purchase Easter egg exchange tokens. They're usually made of wood and have different experiences or freebies printed on them. You can buy them on Amazon here or even create your own

I hope you found this guide helpful! I wish you all a peaceful and Happy Easter filled with magic, love and surprises! 

Be sure to check out my previous Easter Gift Guides here

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