45 Non-Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas For Toddlers/Children

Is your toddler similar to mine and get’s spoilt with chocolate by other family members? At Christmas I’m sure he got more chocolate than me! I’ve decided this Easter I’m going to gift Oliver something that isn’t full of sugar and will last longer than a few minutes. I’m sure he’ll get plenty of chocolate from his Grandparents, so he won’t be totally deprived!


Non-Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas

Today I’m going to share with you 45 non-chocolate gift ideas you can give your toddler/children this Easter. There’s plenty of choice so I’m sure there is something for every kid out there! Let’s get straight into it…


1. Bunny ears/headband

2. Slice and sort wooden Eggs

3. Dinosaur Hatching Eggs

4. Hop along rabbit

5. Easter activity book

6. Egg jigsaw puzzles

7. Egg bath bombs

8. Playmobil eggs

9. Gardening kit

10. Bunny PJs

11. Lego painting eggs set

12. Egg cup and spoon

13. Bunny rabbit finger puppet

14. Egg baking moulds

15. Soft bunny teddy

16. Hatchimals set

17. Easter craft materials

18. Bunny masks

19. Sylvanian families (rabbit family)

20. Easter colouring book

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21. DIY bath bunny

22. Hide and squeak eggs (Oliver has these and loves them!)

23. Stickers

24. Colourful sheep apron

25. Bunny soap

26. Peter rabbit money box

27. Bunny bow hair clips

28. Racing bunnies

29. Play-doh egg set

30. Bunny woolen hat

31. Easter basket

32. That’s not my chick book

33. Duck bath towel

34. Bunny dinner set

35. Easter sticker book

36. Bunny socks

37. Grow and glow terrarium (I LOVE the look of this!)

38. Rabbit paper cups

39. Plastic eggs (to fill for an Easter egg hunt)

40. Make your own rabbit

41. Cookie cutters

42. Handmade bunny shoes

43. Egg pattern skirt

44. 32 ways to dress a bunny activity book

45. Rubber stamps


Phew, there we go! 45 non-chocolate gift ideas to give toddlers and children for Easter. Is there anything I’ve missed or you’ve given this time of year as a gift that isn’t sugar or candy? Let me know in the comments your ideas, I’d love to hear them! Hopefully your children will love some of these ideas. They should last a little while longer than chocolate!


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  1. 13/03/2018 / 9:49 am

    Two of my kids could eat chocolate all day long if I let them! But one of my toddler twins, doesn’t really seem to like chocolate all that much. I’ve asked a few family members for sticker books and activity books this Easter, as like you said, they get way too much chocolate anyway!
    Great article, lots of fab ideas!

  2. 13/03/2018 / 10:01 am

    This is brilliant and so handy. I have a 2 year old who we didn’t give eggs to last year but not sure we’ll stop others giving them to him this year – so at least I can try some of these ideas rather than adding to the chocolate haul. He’s dinosaur mad so will have to be the Dino hatching eggs. And then try to keep them away from my baby twins!

  3. Caroline
    13/03/2018 / 10:08 am

    Great ideas, Ill be passing this on to my mother in law who loves feeding the boy chocolate!

  4. 13/03/2018 / 2:52 pm

    These are great ideas! We also tend to include non-easter related toys like hot wheels, non-holiday stickers, bubbles, etc.

  5. 13/03/2018 / 4:30 pm

    Great ideas! It’s always nice to have an alternative to chocolate and candy! Much better for the body and teeth

  6. 14/03/2018 / 5:08 pm

    Honestly, I’d quite like to receive a lot of these gifts myself! ? I may have already sneakily purchased an Easter basket for myself to use as a blog photo prop – for £1 in Poundland I just couldn’t say no! I used to live Playdough as a kid so I’d have been delighted to receive a set of that instead of chocolate! Loads of great inspiration here!

    Abbey ❤️

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