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Last year I decided to be the person who gave non chocolate Easter gifts.

Once the Easter Bunny has delivered the kids their chocolate eggs the last thing they need is more unhealthy fats and sugars. There are so many cute little non chocolate gifts on offer these days as most people agree with this line of thinking.

Here are a few cute little items I have found for young kids, and also a few for us older kids as well: 

  1. Bunny night light – My daughter has one of these bunny night lights and I also got them for my nieces last year. These cute little guys use LED and batteries are included. $19 and $17 from Lark Store
  2. Bunny slippers – Very cute little Bunny slippers only $3 from Target. Bargain!
  3. Recycled paper Easter basket – I love this recycled basket only $21.95 from Oxfam. Great for carrying hot cross buns in!
  4. Easter cupcake cases and toppers – These are available from Bed Bath n Table from only $8.95. Make your own hot crossed buns/muffins and gift them with the mini cake plate with climbing bunnies $19.95.
  5. Kids Easter tee-shirts - Australian made kids tee shirts with the cutest Easter image are from IttyBittyGreenie and are 100% certified organic cotton and guaranteed sweatshop free. Size 1 $39.95.
  6. Funny Bunnies – Also from IttyBittyGreenie these funny bunnies are a great craft project to keep the little ones busy over Easter. All you need to get started is a pair of scissors, a ruler and some glue. Made from 100% recycled card and printed with vegetable based inks. $12.95.

Why not give some different types of gifts this year, how could kids not love some of these ‘non-chocolate’ gifts.

Do you always give chocolate or do you try to give non-chocolate gifts? Share in the comments below.

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  • I gave an Easter Bunny fluffy toy with a small easter egg and ten gave film tickets so they could go in the holidays and that made them very happy with only a small amount of chocolate.

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  • I brought myself the cutest bunny yesterday. Okay so it is after easter but so cute I’m leaving him out the whole year round. Pj’s & slippers with a chocolate is a great idea for kids. It’s also what mum use to get us as kids.

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  • great ideas, but not great for the longevity of the gift – which is sill seaosnal

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  • Fantastic idea, I would love anything for baking-cupcake wrappers etc. I know my kids would love PJ’s, slippers etc. Thanks for sharing this great idea.

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  • I love this idea! Great!

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  • I give a mixture of both.

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  • I love how many different and cute options there are now for Easter gifts that are not chocolate. As my extended family got older, I was giving DVDs or movie tickets with an egg, but there are so many cool things now.

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  • Great ideas if you cant have chokky!

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  • I love seeing the children’s faces when they get their Easter Eggs. It’s not a tradition I ever intend to break.

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  • I love to give chocolate eggs to family,it’s a tradition!

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  • We are going with a minimal Easter celebration.

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  • We always bought our kids none choclate Easter presents. They got eggs for the hunt, but the most money was spent on long lasting gifts

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  • Bunny slippers! Now that’s a cute Easter gift.

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  • so great

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  • it is really great to read

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