Disclosure - We were gifted products for the purpose of this post. All thoughts, opinions and photographs are our own. 

If you are looking for some Easter gift ideas this year then I have popped a few of our favourites into our Easter Gift Guide.

When it comes to buying Easter Eggs we always choose Cadbury. They have a huge range of eggs including the Giant Egg which comes with 5 packs of 5 Giant buttons

Miniature Heroes always remind me of Christmas time however with the new addition of packets of Mini Eggs now included they will soon be a firm favourite at Easter time too. 

The Cadburys mini bags of eggs come in mini Creme Egg, Mini Eggs and our personal favourite Oreo Eggs

Easter wouldn't be Easter without Creme Eggs. The box of 12 is the perfect gift to share with all the family. 

 Cadbury Dairy Milk Bunny is our choice for little ones in the family. The hollow bunny makes a lovely gift and he is very cute too.

If chocolate isn't your thing then here are a few alternatives.

The Popcorn Shed offer a wide variety of flavours and come in different sizes. You can choose from a  box of Berry-licious or bags of Salted Caramel, Pecan Pie or Say Cheese. 

 Horsham Gingerbread offer a range Gingerbread and Biscuits on both an original recipe and also Gluten Free.  All products are handmade in Sussex in a family bakery and where possible Horsham Gingerbread use local ingredients.

If you don't fancy eggs for breakfast then start Easter Sunday off with Lizi's Adventurers Granola Crispies.  The Granola Crispies come in a choice of two flavours, Strawberry and Banana and are the perfect treat with only 3.5g sugar per serving.

 The small Great Ormond Street Peter Rabbit soft toy has been specially designed by GUND, with Penguin, in recognition of the incredible and pioneering work that takes place at Great Ormond Street Hospital. You can accompany Peter Rabbit with the Peter Rabbit Egg Cup Dinner set including an egg cup, plate and spoon.

Help the Fuzzikins get ready for Easter with the fabulous Bedtime Bunnies craft sets from Interplay. With 3 bunnies in each set and everything you need to create and personalise their sleeping bags, there is lots of excitement to be had.

 Hape Flexistix Eiffel Tower makes the perfect gift for little ones to use their imagination and skill to create new structures including the Eiffel Tower. The possibilities are endless and will provide lots of fun and creativity.

 Unlock six surprises to reveal a sweet new ride, Micro Motorz is the hottest new collectable vehicle series perfect for little ones. Each pack includes a sticker, tool, accessory, launcher, display case and car.

Baking Easter treats is so much fun especially if you are using the Messy Me Baking Gift Set. Each set includes an apron, a rolling pin and a set of five very colourful cookie cutters. The perfect accessories for lots of baking fun.

Easter isn't just about chocolate eggs! This Baylis & Harding Pink Fizz & Elderflower Egg Gift Set is filled with all your bathing and beauty treats! This set includes 100ml body wash, 100ml body lotion and bath fizzer.


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  1. The Horsham Gingerbread company sounds great as I love gingerbread!

  2. The Flexistix are a good idea for my grandson as he must be the only child who doesn’t eat sweets or chocolate!!!! I know 👀

  3. Yum! Cadburys mini eggs are my fave!! XX

  4. Lovely jubbily I'll have them all especially mini eggs

  5. Yummy, love to scoff choc @ easter...nom nom nom

  6. I love Easter �� time chocolates & craft days with the family making Easter bonnets

  7. What a great gift guide, something for everyone

  8. I love the Peter Rabbit set!

  9. some great gift ideas here for inspiration x


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