50 Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers

50 Non-Candy Easter Egg Fillers

Forget about those chocolate coins melting in the sun or the jelly beans getting sticky inside the plastic Easter Eggs. Here are 50 things to stuff an Easter Egg with besides candy!

I love that Easter is a day that we get to surround ourselves with friends and family.  It’s  another day we create memories and of course, it’s the day we host the epic family egg hunt! Every year I work hard to get creative and put things other than candy in the plastic eggs.  The kids don’t need candy and I figure if I can put some healthier options inside, I’m preempting at least one temper tantrum (i.e. sugar melt down) later on in the day!

Non-Candy Easter Egg Fillers

Hit up the dollar spot at Target, check out Amazon or Oriental Trading and it’s not hard to find 50 Non-Candy Easter Egg Stuffers.

  1. Erasers
  2. Stickers
  3. Cute hair ties
  4. Mini nail polish
  5. Annie’s Bunny Fruit Snacks (organic)
  6. Bouncy ball
  7. Chunk crayons
  8. Balloons
  9. Lip gloss rings
  10. Kids band-aids (every kid loves band-aids!)
  11. DIY bracelets (string & beads)
  12. Mini race cars
  13. Stretchy headband
  14. Pencil-top stampers
  15. Sidewalk chalk
  16. Mini raisin box
  17. Beaded bracelet
  18. Tiny bubbles
  19. Army men
  20. Finger puppets
  21. Coupons for family fun time (ex: dinner out with Daddy, 1 hour of screen time)
  22. Temporary tattoos
  23. Mini puzzle
  24. Keychain
  25. Jacks set
  26. Silly putty
  27. Play-doh (mini)
  28. Bling tape
  29. Paint
  30. Animal figurines
  31. Hair chalk
  32. Coins
  33. Lip balm
  34. Annie’s Bunny Crackers
  35. Squishy Chicks
  36. Pencil topper
  37. Legos
  38. Marbles
  39. Hair bow
  40. Squinkies
  41. Tokens for your favorite game place (Peter Piper Pizza, D&B, etc)
  42. Sponge Capsule (dissolve in water to create an animal sponge)
  43. Nail stickers
  44. Earrings
  45. Gem stones (think Science class!)
  46. Pipe cleaners and pom-pons for crafts
  47. Rainbow Loom bands
  48. Confetti
  49. Yo-Yo
  50. Ear Buds (headset)

    If you have kids of varying ages, I recommend assigning each child his/her own egg color. That way kids will get age-appropriate items and if the little ones are a bit slower, they won’t get left with just a few eggs!

Do you have any to add to the list? I’d love to hear your non-candy Easter Egg ideas.  Please comment & share below!

xo – Jenn


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