Fabulous Easter-Themed Gift Alternatives to Eggs

Easter is such a lovely time of year for children, but the thought of my kids filling up on a ton of chocolate isn’t that appealing. Year on year it seems that mums are busy looking for alternatives to the classic chocolate go-to egg, so we’ve lent a helping hand and pulled together some fantastic ideas for alternative Easter gifts that don’t involve chocolate or sugar – perfect for those dairy free children too.

Chick Baby Rattle, Best Years

Djeco Farm Puzzle, AlexandAlexa

Micro Bell Daisy, Micro Scooters

Ballerina Bunny, Mamas & Papas

Monkey Teether, Matchstick Monkey

Hatchimals Basket, Argos

PetSqueaks, VTech

Down the Rabbit Hole, SmartGames

Bunny Boo Game, Kidly

Looping Puzzle, Kidly

Nailmatic Pearly Yellow, 1 Two Kids

Playmobil Egg, Amazon

Toddler Backpack, LittleLife

Snoozy, myHummy

Rabbit Bag, Zatchels

Water & Grow Garden, Leapfrog

Molly Brown Necklace, Childrensalon

Blue Bunny, Twinkledust

Bunny Nightlight, Nuby

Flummi Rabbit, Steiff

Happy Farm Counting Game, Steiff

Egg-Shaped Crayons, Amazon

Build a Bot, Smyths

Spring Bunny, Build a Bear Workshop

Spring Time Pals, Enesco

Hop Along Rabbit, Mothercare

Farm Playset, Mothercare

Activity Toy, Mamas and Papas

Lollipets, Smyths

Rabbit Headdress, Royal Opera House

Bunny Backpack, My 1st Years

Mickey Mouse Easter, Disney Store

Tractor and Trailer, Smyths

Happy Sammies, Samsonite

Heads and Tails, Orchard Toys

Egg-cellent Pairs, My Busy Bots

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Christina Walter
Product Features Editor & Blogger

Christina Walter is our product features editor and researcher here at My Baba. She's Ellie's sister, and mum to 6 year old George, and 4 year old Maisie. Besides finding and testing out the latest products and reporting back to our readers in the shape of My Baba's awesome product feature columns, Christina shares her amusing day-to-day experiences of family life.

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