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Whether Easter has meaning to you as a religious day, or as one of the first celebrations of spring, it's a great way to gather family, even as a day where fun activities for children are at the center of the festivities. There’s one tradition we can all still indulge in though and that’s Easter baskets!
This collection of top Easter baskets includes a variety of options, all available online. On Easter, it could be that your day is all about candy and sweets, as much as anyone could want! These sweet (and savory) baskets will make it your own special occasion, filled with delights and we can all pretend that the Easter Bunny delivered all these delicious treats right to our doors!
Best Classic: Colts Chocolate Easter Bella Bark Basket
If you're looking for a classic wicker basket, Easter bunny, and lots of chocolate treats, the Bella Bark Basket from Colts Chocolate is just the ticket. Colts Chocolate is a Nashville staple, founded in 1984, and these handcrafted specialties are sure to make anyone's Easter celebration noteworthy. This basket includes a Caramel Pecan Bella Bark Bar (milk chocolate folded with crispy rice cereal and topped with salted caramel mixed in with whole roasted pecans), a box of chocolate animal crackers, a Colt Bolt (whipped peanut butter, topped with a whole roasted almond then covered in milk chocolate), a Bolt Bite (mini Colt Bolt), a Bumble Bee (salted caramel and pecans covered in chocolate), a Broadway Graham (graham cracker smothered in chocolate), and a chocolate-covered marshmallow.
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Best Snacks: Wine Country Gift Baskets The Bon Appetit Gourmet Food Gift Basket
An Easter basket, but make it both sweet and savory! This wicker basket of upscale snacks, which is assembled in California, has everything one could want for Easter and beyond. Whether it’s for yourself, your family, or sent as a gift, there’s a little of everything: Godiva and Lindt milk chocolate truffles, Ghirardelli milk chocolate with caramel, cracked peppercorn crackers, smoked Gouda cheese spread, olives, dark chocolate cherry strudels, vanilla fudge with sea salt, chocolate wafer cookies soft nougat fruit, nut bites, and more.
Best Candy: Mouth Candy Land
The Candy Land gift basket from Mouth is an explosion of sweet and savory goodness. Maple bacon lollipops, Sweetish fish, chocolate bark, fruit chews, organic gummy bears, and bacon peanut butter cups are just a few of the decadent treats in this assortment. These are classics with an upgrade and a great surprise for anyone with a sweet tooth this Easter.
Best Budget: Nut Cravings Store Easter Gift Basket Nuts Mix Tray
There's a little something for everyone in this assorted Easter gift. The assortment of treats includes salted roasted cashews, salted roasted almonds, salted roasted pistachios, candied pecans, and taffies in an Easter egg that will appeal to kids. Whether you want to take your hosts a small token of appreciation or send a loved one something to let them know you're thinking of them, these snacks are an easy way to show you care.
Best Chocolate: Li-Lac Chocolates Classic Chocolate Easter Basket
This classic Easter basket is filled with artisan chocolate treats from well-loved Li-Lac Chocolates. All the treats are handmade in Brooklyn, New York, and wrapped up in a basket with adorable ribbons and bows. Inside the basket are a 6-ounce chocolate Easter bunny, a bag of finely crafted jelly beans, a signature chocolate egg, a bunny pop, foiled chocolate eggs, malted Easter Eggs, and a plush stuffed toy!
If you want to send the classic Easter bunny, basket, and chocolates, look no further than the Colts Chocolate Bella Bark Basket (view at Goldbelly). On a budget? The Nut Cravings Store Easter Gift Basket Nuts Mix Tray (view at Amazon) features assorted nuts for snacking and some chocolate in an Easter egg for the kids.
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Karen Resta is a writer specializing in food culture and history, cooking, pastries, and restaurants. She's also a former pastry chef and has traveled to Budapest, Kyiv, and Paris during their Fashion Weeks as a photographer and writer, always finding the best authentic pastries along the way. She now spends a lot of her free time baking at home and recommends quality within your given budget. Having the right tools available and knowing how to use them well (it can take practice, like anything else) makes all the difference, and she curated this list with that in mind.