Candy is great and all, and don’t get me wrong, I love stealing Easter candy:) However, I don’t always want to fill their basket with only sweets. These are some of the non-candy Easter basket fillers that I am using this year for our kids.

While Easter candy is delicious, there are also a ton of other ways to fill your baskets this Easter. Check out these fun non-candy easter basket fillers.

They are all priced really well, and they are awesome (especially if you have multiple kids to make baskets for).

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Non-Candy Easter Basket Filler Ideas

Slime Eggs: I don’t know about you, but all of my children are OBSESSED with slime. I found these cool looking eggs on Amazon that have slime inside, and I think they make a great addition to their baskets. 

Shoes: This year, I added in a pair of slip-on sneakers into each of my kiddo’s baskets. Target is always running major sales, and I scored them all for around $20 for four pairs! 

Creative Cafe Frappe Maker: Over the holidays, we tried out the Barista Bar from this line, and my kids loved it! This is a great and fun toy/activity for kids that are a little bit older. My girls love to make their own drinks and things, and this lets them get creative with their treats and teaches them how to follow instructions. 

Orbeez Wow World Wowzer Surprise: Orbeez are such a fun and great sensory toy. This is their newest series with 20 new surprise toys. They are small and around $6, which makes them great to add in for a non-candy Easter basket filler. 

Books: I always add books into Christmas stockings or holiday baskets of any kind. There are a ton of Easter books for kids at a variety of ages on Amazon. 

Antsy Pants Kites:  These are another item that is a little bit bigger, but still in a good price range, and perfect for the season. My kids had a blast playing with these the other day. (Check it out on my IG stories in the Family tab) 

Legos: This is also big for my kids right now, and this Dino set is great for little ones around 6+. I also love the other set for younger kids (3-5). 

What are some of your non-candy Easter basket fillers this year?

*Heres to the joy of surprising our kids on the holidays*