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Healthy Easter Fun: Top 8 Sugar-Free Egg Hunt Ideas

Hippity hop, Easter's on its way! Are you ready to plan a fun-filled Easter egg hunt that won't leave the kids bouncing off the walls on a sugar high? Look no further, because we've got 8 egg-cellent Easter hunt ideas that will keep the whole family entertained

 And, because we're all about sustainability, we'll even throw in some fun ways to incorporate eco-friendly bamboo dinnerware items into your Easter egg hunt. So get your bunny ears on and let's hop right into planning a memorable and healthy Easter celebration!

Bamboo bowl and plate with egg and carrots
  1. Non-candy alternatives: Instead of filling your plastic Easter eggs with candy, fill them with small toys, stickers, or other trinkets. 
  2. Fruit-filled eggs: Instead of candy, fill some (or all) of the plastic eggs with small pieces of fruit, such as grapes or berries. This will provide a healthy and refreshing alternative.
  3. Golden eggs: Fill one or two eggs with a special prize, such as a small toy or a gift card, and paint them gold or another special colour to make them stand out.
  4. Puzzle pieces: Instead of filling the eggs with candy or toys, put a piece of a puzzle in each egg. Kids can then work together to put the puzzle together.
  5. Scavenger hunt: Create a scavenger hunt for the kids, where they have to search for clues that will lead them to the hidden eggs. The final prize can be a non-candy reward, such as a board game or a movie.
  6. Egg-decorating station: Set up a table with hard-boiled eggs and decorating supplies, such as stickers, paint, and markers. Kids can then decorate their own eggs for the Easter bunny to hide overnight with the kids getting non Chocolate prizes at the end.
  7. Outdoor games: Instead of hiding eggs, plan some outdoor games, such as a sack race, a bean bag toss, or an egg-and-spoon race. The kids can then win prizes for participating.
  8.  End the Easter celebration with a movie or game night, where kids can watch a favourite movie or play a fun board game. You can provide non-candy snacks, such as popcorn or fruit skewers, as a reward.

P.s. don’t forget our plant-based dishes make an awesome prize too - a win-win for you & your little ones!

  1. P.s. don’t forget our plant-based dishes make an awesome prize too - a win-win for you & your little ones!