Chocolate bunnies are a quintessential Easter treat, so why not give your child – and every member of your family, for that matter – a chocolate bunny that will make a difference? Lindt's iconic Lindt Gold Bunny is one small bunny that will greatly benefit the growing number of families affected by autism. Lindt has, for a second year now, partnered with Autism Speaks to raise $100,000 for the nonprofit through a donation for each Lindt Gold Bunny purchased. Choose from dark, milk or white chocolate. Visit www.LindtGoldBunny.com for more information.
For the little girl who wants to eat her chocolate and wear it, too, this fade- and tear-resistant 100 percent cotton apron is sure to please. Whether she is helping mom with holiday meals or crafting her own sweet or savory recipes, this apron will bolster her kitchen confidence while keeping her clothing neat and clean. Along with a fun array of girl-friendly apron designs, Flirty Aprons has a 30-day money back guarantee and same day shipping on their durable – adorable – double-layered children's aprons. Visit www.FlirtyAprons.com to peruse their selection and find the perfect apron for your little Easter princess.
Speaking of little princess, Barbara Beery delights with her latest Pink Princess cookbook, Pink Princess Cupcakes. Giving your daughter a tasty batch of Easter-themed cupcakes is great, but giving her a cupcake cookbook that gives her recipes, decorating ideas and full-color photos for cupcakes that she can make any time of year is even better. As she peruses the princess-captivating pages, she'll be excited to find cupcakes topped with magic wands made from white chocolate, crown-shaped cookies, rock candy jewels, and much more to make the perfect cupcake dessert. Add a cupcake pan, a variety of decorations and even a few homemade cupcakes and you've got the ultimate cupcake-themed Easter basket.The Little Princess Cupcakes cookbook is available at major book retailers. Visit Beery's site www.KidsCookingShop.com for more information on the Pink Princess cookbook series and instructions for Springtime Cupcake Pops.
Boys may not be into cute little stuffed chicks and bunnies, but they don't want to be left out of the Easter gifting fun. Before they go off to competitively find all the hidden Easter gems, hand them an Easter basket that includes Sports Ball Easter Eggs (or surprise them by hiding their sports-themed eggs in the yard). Each 12-count package contains plastic soccer, football, baseball and basketball eggs that can be taken apart and filled with chocolates, money or other small boy-friendly items. Visit www.OrientalTrading.com for purchasing information.
For your sports-loving boy, how about the ultimate game-themed Easter basket? Though you can amass your own collection of hand-held games and treats, The Basket Spot has got you covered. The Game On Easter Basket has everything a boy could possibly want in a multi-faceted holiday gift, from 3-D puzzles and sports ball playing cards to fun-size Easter candies and carrot-shaped chewing gum. This is an easy score that your little boy will enjoy far more than a basket full of pastel-colored stuffies and Peeps. Visit www.TheBasketSpot.com for more information.
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