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Hopping Towards a Sugar-Free Easter: 8 Creative Ideas for Your Egg Hunt

Easter egg hunts are a beloved tradition, but if you're looking to cut down on the sugar this year, it can be tough to come up with fun and creative alternatives. Luckily, we've got you covered!

Here are 8 ideas for planning a sugar-free Easter egg hunt that the whole family will enjoy. 

  1. Non-candy alternatives: Instead of filling your plastic Easter eggs with candy, fill them with small toys, stickers, or other trinkets. You can find these items at your local dollar store, or order them online.
  2. Fruit-filled eggs: Instead of candy, fill some 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 color 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 and take them home as a prize.
  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. Movie or game night: End the Easter celebration with a movie or game night, where kids can watch a favorite movie or play a fun board game. You can provide non-candy snacks, such as popcorn or fruit skewers, as a reward.

 Bamboo plate with carrots and bowl with eggs

With these ideas, you're sure to have a memorable and enjoyable sugar-free Easter egg hunt. Don't forget to get creative with the prizes, as our bamboo and plant-based dinnerware make a great prize. It's a win-win for all – you get to have fun, and the environment benefits too!