6. Bunny Crackers
Swap your child’s favorite goldfish crackers for the same, just shaped like bunnies! You can get all-natural varieties with no evils—like refined sugars and hydrogenated oils—in flavors like cheddar, graham, vanilla, and chocolate.
7. Trail Mix
I knew those plastic, pastel and bunny-shaped Easter eggs were good for something, ever since I started packing a few with all-natural, pre-portion trail mix—made from a combination of cocoa nibs, dehydrated fruits, yogurt covered cranberries, and raw nuts.
8. Peanut Butter Cups
I’m not referring to the store bought eggs and cups filled with trans-fatty “peanut” butters and milk chocolate. I’m talking about making your own—with dark chocolate and the all-natural, fiber-rich, healthy fat taste of almond or macadamia nut butters.
9. Raw Truffles
Rather than gifting a box of store-bought truffles, forage out the real deal! Raw truffles are a delicious concoction of raw nuts and seeds blended smooth with dates, sea salt, and cocoa powder for that sweet, velvety chocolate taste!
10. Bunny-Themed Books
Hop to it little bunnies! Offer up some light, holiday-themed reading when you gift the Adventures of Peter Rabbit, Alice in Wonderland, or The Fox and the Hound.