a round-up of ideas for eco-friendly Easter baskets (we don't usually have plastic grass or eggs, but this year my goal is to also avoid individual packaging and limit junky sweets)
These are a good plastic egg substitute that help us avoid individual packaging, because the Easter Bunny likes to divide candies like jelly beans or robin's egg chocolates among them; the Easter Bunny hopefully won't deliver little foil-wrapped individual candies to our house this year!
I'm pretty sure that the Easter Bunny will, of course, also be delivering a chocolate Easter Bunny to each child, as well as one other sweet treat, but otherwise I think she's (the Easter Bunny is a girl, right?) planning to bring a book, a card game, a set of eyeshadow, and perhaps a couple of little wooden toys to mix in with all the girls' toy animal play, and maybe some bubbles or store-bought Play Doh (the Easter Bunny LOVES to hoard things purchased on deep clearance!).
And yes, the Easter Bunny is of COURSE also going to deliver a chocolate Easter bunny to me!
Peanut butter-filled, preferably.