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12 fun egg hunt treasures

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Many families across the United States will soon be celebrating Easter and partaking in the fun activities associated with the holiday. This often includes egg hunts, especially for those families with young children. My daughter has participated in many of these and it is not uncommon for her to bring home lots of junk food that she doesn’t even like.

While we appreciate the occasional sweet treat, it seems that every celebration is overloaded with junk food; Valentine’s Day, Memorial Day parades, Labor Day parades, Fourth of July parades, Halloween, Easter, birthdays…the list goes on. This year, why not try something new? Below are some food and non-food items to consider using for filling traditional plastic colored Easter eggs.

  1. Dark chocolate. If you are going to spend your money on candy, then go all out and get good quality candy like dark chocolate. Choose chocolate that is 70 percent or more cacao. Dark chocolate contains beneficial antioxidants and other healthy substances while providing something sweet and delicious to enjoy.
  2. Nature’s candy. Mini boxes of raisins or individually wrapped prunes are a wonderful treat for many kids who like chewy sweet treats. Before you laugh at the suggestion of prunes, try it. You will be amazed by how many kids like them, especially if you call them (dried) plums. You may also want to use a few dark chocolate or yogurt-covered raisins as an extra treat. Continue Reading »

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