The Best Candy for Your Easter Basket
Easter is right around the corner. Stock up on these pastel confections and fill up the best Easter candy baskets ever!
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Reese’s Peanut Butter Bunny
The little bunny ($4) packs ten times the peanut butter into a decadent chocolate shell for an Easter treat that can’t be beat!
Did you get your hands on White Creme Reese’s cups this year?
Peeps Rainbow Pop
Love ’em or hate ’em, Peeps are an Easter staple, and you can enjoy all that sugar-encrusted goodness on-the-go thanks to this Peeps pop ($2).
Welch’s Fruit Snacks
If you’re looking for an Easter treat that packs a sweet punch, Welch’s Fruit Snacks are all you need this spring season! How can you say no to those adorable shapes? (28-count for $4.99.)
Cadbury Creme Eggs
Everyone’s favorite Easter treat is back in a 4-pack. Nobunny’s Easter basket is complete without some Cadbury Creme Eggs ($3)!
Starburst Jelly Beans
What’s Easter candy without a little tanginess? These Starburst jelly beans ($3) pack in some sour with all that sweetness. Warning: you won’t be able to put these down.
Ghirardelli Milk Chocolate Caramel Bunnies
A melt-in-your-mouth chocolate bunny with a gooey caramel center ($4)? Don’t mind if we do!
These yummy caramel pretzel bites will satisfy your sweet tooth, too.
Cadbury Shimmer Eggs
These mini shimmer eggs ($4) add some glittery and decadency to your Easter basket. Don’t count on eating just one!
Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs
These colorful malted milk chocolate balls ($1) add a nestful of fun to Easter candy baskets.
Sweeten up Easter with this chocolate malted cookies recipe.
Lindt Lindor Neapolitan White Chocolate Truffles
The decadency of Lindt Lindor truffles ($5) just can’t be matched. These are the classiest treats to add to your pastel Easter basket.
Recreate these easy truffle recipes at home.
Skittles Easter Egg
Skittles ($1) are candy staples we indulge in all year round, but they taste better in egg form, for some reason.
Dove Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny
Did you know Butterfingers ($4) come in egg shape? We didn’t either, but we know what we’re nibbling on this Easter!
Lindt Chocolate Carrots
What’s up, Doc? While these “carrots” ( aren’t quite vegetables, they’re still fun to munch on ($14).
Sweetarts Chicks, Ducks & Bunnies
A little sweet, a bit sour. We adore these adorable, chewy Easter mascot-shaped bites ($6)!
Ferrero Rocher Fine Hazelnut Chocolates
Ferrero Rocher’s hazelnut chocolates bring the luxury to your Easter basket, and they taste as beautiful as they look.
You can make these Easter candy recipes at home.