10 Egg-cellent Alternatives to Easter Eggs

Easter is just around the corner and it can be a tricky time of year for families with children that can’t eat chocolate eggs.  No-one likes to feel left out, so we have searched the web and rounded up 10 of our favourite chocolate-free Easter gifts:

1.Lego Easter Chick ~ £12.95 from Amazon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How cute is this Lego Easter chick?  Add fun and creativity to your Easter celebrations and keep the kids occupied with this 111 piece buildable chicken, featuring a rotating head and body, plus movable wings and toes for a variety of funny poses!

 

2.Bunny Soft Toy ~ £10.00 from Mothercare

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A super sweet and snuggly fluffy bunny! With floppy ears and with a little bow around his neck he would make the perfect cuddle pal for Easter!

 

3. Paint your own Egg Cups ~ £7.50 from Amazon 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not all eggs are chocolate…there’s not much better than dippy eggs and soldiers!  This pair of ceramic egg cups can be personalises using the paints provided and would make a great Easter craft project. Once the design is completed, the egg cups can be baked in an oven to set.

 

4.Where’s the Easter Bunny? ~ £4.99 from Amazon 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Follow the Easter Bunny through this book of wondrous lands, full of lollipops, fairytale creatures, aliens and more!  Will he get back in time to deliver the Easter eggs, or will hungry Foxy spoil everything? With over 500 things to spot, Where’s the Easter Bunny? is guaranteed to keep children busy for hours on end.

 

5.Personalised Colour-In Placemats ~ £9.00 from Not on the High Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We love these packs of personalised colour-in Easter placemats!  Each one features a big plate, with cutlery on an Easter themed patterned background. Each one can be personalised with an individual name.  Colour In your placemat and doodle your dinner, fun for all the family in between courses!

 

6.Tomy Hide n Squeak Eggs ~ £6.99 from Amazon 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheep cheep!  Crack open the shells to reveal six egg-stra special chicks, and learn shapes by sorting each shell into its own place in the carton.  Press down on their heads to hear them chirp!

 

7.Peter Rabbit: The Tales of the Start of Spring (DVD) ~ £3.99 from WH Smith

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It simply isn’t Easter without Peter Rabbit!  This seasonal DVD features seven adventures of the popular children’s character and his furry friends. In this collection Peter must help Jemima Puddle-Duck recover her stolen egg, compete with the squirrels for his own treetop hideout and work with Lily to rescue Benjamin from a flyaway kite!

 

8.Make your Own Finger Puppets ~ £11.00 from Clara and Macy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A sewing kit for slightly older children who enjoy crafty projects.  The kit contains everything you need to make three bird finger puppets, making an ideal Easter gift and a great activity to keep children busy during the Easter holidays.

 

9.Playmobil Pirate on a Treasure Hunt Gift Egg ~ £7.64 from Amazon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ahoy there, matey’s!  Ww’ve found the perfect gift for all keen treasure hunters. The egg opens to reveal a hide-away pirate carrying his trusty treasure map, hunting for the precious gold. The egg even features a slot at the bottom allowing it to be used as a money box.

 

10.Bunny Pyjamas ~ £8.00 from M&Co 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Little girls will wake up with a hop, skip and a jump with these sweet bunny short pyjamas, perfect for Spring and Summer.

 

 

And for the grown ups…

Hot Cross Bun Gin ~ £32 from Not on the High Street

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Because why should kids have all the fun?!  (please drink responsibly!)

 

All prices correct on date of publishing (29.03.17) p&p may be an additional cost on some items.