How to Build a Better Easter Basket

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Yes, there’s such a thing as a better Easter basket — and by “better,” we mean “better than the average Easter basket” — a.k.a. different from your standard fare, complete with snacks that both kids and parents love.

One option to get you started? Annie's Homegrown snacks. Plus, we've got a great reason to stock up:  Annie’s Homegrown products will be on sale from April 3 – April 30, 2019. Because when you see the snacks in Easter baskets disappear, the best solution is to have more snacks on hand.

Here are a few favorites that everybody … ahem, every bunny (sorry) … will love this Easter.

Organic Berry Patch Bunny Fruit Snacks

These organic, vegan, gluten-free strawberry, cherry and raspberry fruit snacks are made with real fruit juice and delivers 100% daily value of vitamin C per serving.

Sour Bunnies Fruit Snacks

Pucker up. Sweet meets sour with these cherry, lemon and orange bunnies that are vegan and gluten free and made with organic fruit juice.

Organic Cocoa Bunnies Cereal

Start Easter morning with a bowl of crunchy little oat, corn and rice bunnies. Made with Fair Trade cocoa, they’re the perfect breakfast before an Easter egg hunt.

Bunny Fruit Snacks Variety Pack

One for you, and one for you … this box of soft and chewy gummy bunny-shaped treats in various flavors makes it easy when everyone in the family has a different favorite flavor. Plus, they’re vegan and made with real fruit juice.

Organic Cheddar Bunnies

Baked with real aged cheddar, organic cheddar bunnies have a crispy crunch and real cheesy flavor making it a go-to for parents looking for a fast snack for themselves. Yeah, we know.

Organic Friends Bunny Grahams
Sure, kids might call these crispy-crunchy “cookies,” but you’ll know these organic chocolate chip, chocolate and honey baked graham snacks are as feel-good as they are delicious.

*Valid 4/3 – 4/30/19. While supplies last. Quantities limited. No rain checks. Selections vary.

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