There are a number of products that you can fill your child’s Easter Basket with, but do you know how to make it healthy, and simple? I’m about to tell you some great choices.
Start with Welch’s Fruit Snacks. I love these. They are my favorite, I get them at work all the time. The Welch’s Fruit Snacks will fit in your plastic eggs, and it’s an alternative to the unhealthy choices. My son, and daughter, love Welch’s too, so this is a win, win for me. This Holiday season, the Fruit snacks are shaped like bunnies and eggs. So cute!
Welch’s Fruit Snacks are inexpensive, and again, a great alternative to the unhealthy snacks.
Another Healthy Choice is the Munk Pack. The oatmeal is in squeeze containers, and is delicious. I was skeptical, at first, but once I tried it, I was hooked. I’ll be ordering lots of this oatmeal, in the future. It’s quick and easy. No GMO, vegan, etc. This oatmeal makes my mornings when I’m on the go. I couldn’t ask for more nutrition, and a faster breakfast. This Peach Chia Vanilla is my favorite.
The Little Kernel is a great popcorn brand, that offers Pink Himalayan Salt, on their popcorn. Talk about great tasting. And, fits in the basket perfectly. Jacob and Sarah will be so surprised this Easter. All the good, healthy snacks, and they won’t even realize the healthy part. You can also get Naked Popcorn, salt free, or sweet & salty, which would be my favorite. There are a good amount of varieties, check out their page.
Lastly, you need a drink, to go in the Easter Basket, to follow all the goodies going down. What better than Aqua Ball? Aqua Ball is Sugar Free & Preservative Free, and perfect for your early morning Easter, with your kids. Jacob loves the Grape, and Sarah goes with the Berry Frost. With Disney Characters on the bottles, you won’t go wrong.
To find these products, simply click on the link, in each paragraph.