Easter is right around the corner and I know we all look forward to those sweet treats the Easter Bunny brings! But Easter doesn't have to be about sugar galore. Instead fill your kids baskets with healthy alternatives! Here are some ways to keep not only your candy choices healthy but some fun ways to add some activity in too!
Here are some items to add:
1. Homemade Easter Candy ( I promise these are EASY ones)
~dark chocolate covered strawberries, almond butter cups, chocolate coconut bars or greek yogurt covered raisins ( recipes coming soon!!)
2. Plastic Eggs:
~fill them with individually wrapped mini chocolates, small erasers, mini legos, hair bows, bracelets, small bouncy balls, toy cars or stickers
3. Fit Finds:
~Jump ropes, side walk chalk, bubbles, kites, sand toys, fit deck cards (easy to find on Amazon) or fill those plastic eggs with fun exercise activities you can do together after you enjoy your candy:)
4. Keep it Creative:
~Books, crafts, card games, paint sets or art supplies are great additions that will not only keep your child busy but help them be creative too.
5. Fun Finds:
~ pastel pjs, egg shaped chapstick (EOS has a great one), LEGO bunny and chick set, play-doh "Spring Eggs",bunny slippers or ears, dancing egg game (Amazon), bunny or chick bath towels (ETSY)
Here's to a happy and healthy Easter!