Healthier Easter Candy Alternatives

Maxine Wolf

Jelly beans and chocolate bunnies are fun additions to any Easter basket—but they’re also often filled with artificial dyes and additives. These organic options offer sweet treats without unwanted extras:

Wholesome! Organic Delish Fish

Made without corn syrup, artificial colors or flavors, these USDA Organic and non-GMO fish will swim right into your hearts. Add these gluten-free, vegan, and kosher little fishies to your kiddo’s Easter basket. (Starts at $4,

Lake Champlain Chocolates Organic Dark Chocolate Hopp’n Bunny

This USDA-certified-organic bunny is also made with 100 percent fair trade ingredients. And it’s available in organic dark chocolate too. ($14,

Black Forest Organic Sweet & Sour Bunnies

These USDA organic Bunnies only get their colors and flavors from natural sources. Add these gummies to your kids Easter Eggs for a sweet and sour treat. (Starts at $9,

Surf Sweets Organic Jelly Beans

Made in a nut-free facility, these jelly beans boast 100 percent of the daily value of vitamin C per serving and are free of corn syrup, gluten, and soy. They’re also made with organic fruit juice, contain no artificial colors or flavors, and are USDA-organic and non-GMO-certified (Starts at $8,

Sjaak’s Organic Peanut Butter Crunch Egg

This crunchy, nutty “melk” chocolate egg is made with rice milk and almond milk, so it’s approved for dairy-sensitive tummies. Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates are also made with non-GMO ingredients (Starts at $7,

YumEarth Organic Pops

Gluten-free and made with real fruit extracts, these organic pops are also free of artificial colors, nuts, dairy, and soy (Starts at $5 for 50,

Seattle Chocolates Spring Chocolate Bars

In honor of spring, Seattle Chocolates crafted three chocolate bars with fun flavors like Fresh Mint, Fluffy Toffee, and Spring Surprise (with roasted almonds, coconut, and sea salt). The treats are made with all-natural and responsibly sourced ingredients and beautifully wrapped in recycled paper (Starts at $5 per bar,

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