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Unique Vegan Treats for Your Children’s Easter Egg Hunt This Year

by | April 19, 2019

In search of some unique vegan treats, that will cheer up your kids, on Easter this year?

Just because you’re a vegan parent, doesn’t mean that you need to ditch having an Easter egg hunt! With plastic eggs (which you can reuse year-to-year if your kids are gentle with them) you won’t have to worry about going against your morals to have a good hunt. The best thing about plastic Easter eggs? They’re made to be able to “crack” ope and put treats inside!

Although you can typically find delicious chocolate inside plastic Easter eggs, that isn’t your only option if you’re unable to get your hands on any vegan-friendly options or if you’d rather try to prevent any future sugar-crashes from having too many Easter treats. Here are some great unique picks that you can hide inside Easter eggs during your children’s Easter egg hunt this year.

Unique Vegan Treats for Your Children’s Easter Egg Hunt This Year
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Unique Vegan Treats for Your Children’s Easter Egg Hunt This Year

Small Coins

Even kid like finding pennies on the sidewalk, so why not hide some during your Easter egg hunt? Whether you go with pennies or even quarter, hiding coins in a few of the eggs is a sweet surprise that your kids will get excited about.

Encouraging “Fortunes”

If your kids are old enough to read, mimic some fortune cookie fortunes to hide in some of your eggs. Make them super encouraging and easy to read so that they get excited when they open them.

IOUs

I loved getting IOU “coupons” when I was younger, whether it be an IOU for a trip to the park on a weekend if their choice or an IOU for you to make them some delicious vegan cookies at a later date, this idea is also great for older kids participating in the Easter egg hunt.

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Unique Vegan Treats for Your Children’s Easter Egg Hunt This Year

Small Toys

With a quick trip to the dollar store, you can find a lot of small toys that are small, cheap and great to fill Easter eggs. Whether it be bouncy balls, stickers, or tiny animal plushies, make sure that you watch small children to ensure that they’re careful with small toys.

Vegan Fruit Snacks

If you still want to give your kids something sweet to open up on Easter during an egg hunt, think about sneaking your favorite vegan fruit snack into a some eggs (left in their packaging, of course!)

Cruelty-Free Chapstick

With an abundance of cheap, vegan-friendly chapsticks on the market (my favorite being SunBum) you can hide one easily in a few choice plastic eggs, making the prizes that won’t go unused.

Will you be putting any of these items in eggs for your kid’s Easter egg hunt this year? What other things will you be hiding in their plastic eggs? Did you like these unique vegan treats? Let me know in the comments below.


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