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For the Easter Basket

by Chocolate Decadence

Yesterday, in celebration of my friend Denise and also Passover, we were talking matzo ball soup. But I know some of you already are thinking about Easter, which is just a couple of weeks away. So today and tomorrow, it’s all about the upcoming visit from the Easter Bunny. Here’s the cruelty-free scoop, in time for all your holiday basket shopping.

Chocolate Goodies

  • Chocolate Decadence
    Dairy-free (and gluten-free!) Easter chocolates, including the larger-sized bunny for the basket’s centerpiece.
  • Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates
    Sjaak’s makes all kinds of delicious dairy-free chocolates, including a vast selection of Easter goodies!¬† The Dark Chocolate Sitting Bunny is perfect if you’re going to be making up an Easter basket for someone. For a more “grown up” Easter indulgence, I’m thinking the lavender truffles are the way to go.
  • Whizzers Speckled Eggs
    Miniature chocolate “eggs” in a speckled candy shell to make the contents of the basket as colorful as they are¬†tasty!

Candies:

  • Jellybeans
  • Jolly Ranchers
  • Now & Laters (my fave!)
  • Pez
  • Sweet Tarts
  • Swedish Fish
  • Dots
  • Sour Patch Kids (always my brother’s fave!)

 

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Author: Sharon Discorfano

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