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If you celebrate Easter, you probably know that the holiday is rapidly approaching. On Sunday, April 9, those who partake will be spending the spring day hunting for dyed eggs, biting into bunny-shaped candies, and unwrapping baskets of treats as they spend time with their loved ones.
If you’re in charge of putting together an Easter basket or bundle for someone in your life, we’re here to help. We’ve pulled together 13 of our favorite goodies from our Shop that’ll be fantastic additions to the assortment you’re planning. From gourmet chocolates and candies to cozy home goods like candles, throw blankets, and knit robes, there’s something for everyone.
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It’s no secret that holiday-themed baskets and bundles (whether it be Valentine’s Day, Halloween, or Easter) tend to be filled to the brim with edible goodies like candies, cookies, jams, and other snack-worthy spreads. Here are a few of our favorites for the Easter-basket season.
1. Wally and Whiz Easter Bunny Gummies, $12
Available in Mango Lemon and Yuzu Passionfruit, these Danish candies are not only delicious, they also come in festive packaging that’s perfectly on-theme for the day.
2. Kolsvart Swedish Gummy Fish Trio, $28+
If the person you’re making a basket for loves Swedish Fish candies, these vegan and gluten-free gummy fish (available in a variety pack or a trio of the individual flavors) are a dupe that they’ll be excited to enjoy.
3. Venchi Chocolate Easter Hatched Chick Trio, $45
One thing you can always count on with the Easter season is the plethora of rabbit, egg, and baby-chick-themed candies. The only downside? This hatching chick is so cute you almost don’t want to bite into it. Want different options? Venchi also makes a bunny and a hazelnut egg.
4. L.A. Burdick Easter Chocolate Bunnies & Eggs, $38+
If you want variety, add this chocolate box from L.A. Burdick to their basket (and grab an extra for yourself). The signature box is filled with white, milk, and dark chocolate bunnies, along with marzipan eggs and dark chocolate truffles. If you opt for the smaller sleeve, you’ll get the milk and white chocolate bunnies along with dark, milk, and white chocolate eggs.
5. Maison Boissier Parisian Easter Candies Trio, $65
Staying on the egg-candy theme, these Parisian sweets are filled with fruit (ripe apricot, delicate pear, and punchy raspberry) and have been a French candy staple for over 150 years.
6. Frog Hollow Farm Organic Meyer Lemons, $48+
If the person you’re buying for doesn’t have much of a sweet tooth, consider filling their basket with a few of these organic Meyer lemons. Shipped directly from Frog Hollow Farms in Brentwood, California, these delicious lemons are known for being a cross between a traditional lemon and a mandarin orange. They’re sweeter than a traditional lemon, but less bold than an orange—it’s the perfect not-too-sweet treat.
7. Bella Cucina Preserved Lemons, $40
If they prefer their citrus preserved instead of fresh, add these preserved lemons from Georgia to their basket. They’re versatile, delicious, and something you’ll never regret having in your pantry.
If you’re building a basket for someone who is less of a snacker and more of a comfort-seeker, these are a few of our favorite cozy goods they’ll be excited to find in their Easter bundle.
8. Hawkins New York Simple Waffle Knit Bathrobe, $134
Few things are cozier than a robe and nothing says spring quite like bright colors. This waffle-knit bathrobe from Hawkins New York hits both of those nails right on the head. Available in 11 different colors and made from 100 percent waffle weave, these absorbent and soft robes are the ultimate addition to any gift basket.
9. Plant the Box Scented Candles, $30+
Bring the scent of a spring garden indoors with these herbal- and floral-scented candles. The fun surprise? The name is literal: You can plant the box the candle comes in. They come in biodegradable, seed-infused packaging that lets you grow the plant the candle is based on. Buy the scents individually (there are eight to choose from) or as a bundle—the “Flower Bouquet Bundle” comes with Siam poppy, sweet sunflower, and heath lavender, while the “Herb Garden Bundle” comes with crushed mint, Somerset thyme, and heath lavender.
10. Mosser Glass Bunny Candy Dish Duo, $53
Do they have a lot of trinkets or like to keep a candy dish out in their kitchen or on their coffee table? Add these cute bunny candy dishes to their basket.
11. Handmade Felt Flowers & Stems, $24+
Give them flowers that’ll last longer than the weekend. Buy a pre-made bouquet or choose individual blooms to make your own. Just don’t forget a vase.
12. Cotton Pinstripe Throw,
We like to think you can’t have too many throw blankets (a bed, couch, and armchair should be as cozy as possible) and this lightweight, cotton one is ideal for the in-between weather springtime often brings. It’s on sale, too!
13. Piecework Modern Jigsaw Puzzles (1,000 Pieces), $38
Add some fun to their gift bundle that can be played solo or with a group, like a puzzle. With eight different food-themed puzzles to choose from, you’ll surely find one the person you’re gifting will love.
What’re you adding to your Easter basket? Let us know below!
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