In “Ultimate Gift Guide,” we’re bringing you all the best advice on gifting, whether you need something to share for the holidays, bring to an event, or gift just because.

One of the most exciting parts of Easter morning is breaking into the Easter gifts and sweet treats that the Easter Bunny brings. (Santa’s not the only one who delivers gifts in the middle of the night!)

There’s something on this list of Easter gift ideas for every bunny in the family, from kids to adults. No egg hunt required!

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Classic Easter Gift Basket

Adults and kids alike will love waking up to an Easter basket filled with Royal Verano Pears, two flavors of Moose Munch Premium Popcorn, and a collection of chocolate treats, including malt ball mini eggs and chocolate truffles. A solid milk chocolate bunny and hand-tied bow finish off this classic gift basket.

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Easter Truffles

Sweeten up anyone’s Easter Sunday with chocolate truffles. This mouthwatering seasonal assortment includes eight each of dark chocolate blueberry and strawberry milkshake, and another eight of classic milk chocolate truffles decorated as chicks. It’s the perfect Easter gift idea for anyone who loves eating a pound of chocolate.

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Easter Gift Basket with Plush Bunny

Well after Easter’s over, the Easter Gift Basket with Plush Bunny continues to give kids something to hold onto. This Easter gift for kids, or kids at heart, has delicious Easter treats, such as like malt ball eggs and an egg-shaped lollipop, that are paired with a cute egg-shaped marshmallow and plush sock bunny. The whole thing comes in a reusable felt basket that will help keep the eggs safe during the hunt later. You can even personalize the basket with the recipient’s name for only an extra $10! And you don’t even have to call within the next 10 minutes. Though you should because these sell out quickly.

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Easter Confection Box

Calling all chocolate lovers! The Easter Confection Box is filled to the brim with chocolate gifts. You’ll certainly want to offer your help with “testing” the milk chocolate-covered Moose Munch, chocolate-covered grahams, and chocolate sandwich cookies. And what would an Easter gift be without chocolate bunnies?! The box also has two solid milk chocolate bunnies and a one-pound, egg-shaped milk chocolate truffle decorated with white and dark chocolate.

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Deluxe Easter Banquet with Wine

What better way to celebrate Easter than with treats from the orchard, artisan cheese and meats, chocolate goodies, and a bottle of wine? The Deluxe Easter Banquet with Wine includes pears, dark chocolate-covered Moose Munch, and a solid milk chocolate bunny. For those who prefer savory snacks, tuck into Busseto Dry Salami con Vino, Thuringer sausage, two types of cheesecrackers, and sweet and spicy snack mix. Who needs Easter brunch when you’ve got all this?

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Easter Story Bakery Book

Share a tale of two cookies with the Easter Story Bakery Book. This delightful gift is overflowing with delicacies, such as blueberry loaf cake, baklava, and vanilla shortbread cookies. There’s plenty to share, and it’s the perfect way to start a cozy Easter morning.

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Easter Sweets Gift Box

There are those with a sweet tooth, and then there are those with sweet teeth. This charming Easter gift box is for the latter. Festive mini eggs and a chocolate bunny accompany classic treats like Moose Munch Premium Popcorn and vanilla shortbread cookies with sanding sugar that will sweeten up anyone’s Easter. The goodies are nestled in an adorable box that wishes the recipient a “Happy Easter!”

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Easter Egg Carton

If you’re someone who prefers to snack rather than hunt for eggs, then do we have the gift for you. The Easter Egg Carton comes with nine buttercream frosted cut-out cookies and three buttercream-frosted unicorn sprinkle cookies all arranged in an egg carton. Hide yourself away with this gift while the egg hunt is going on so nobody asks if they can have any.

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Easter Dessert Charcuterie

For that friend who’s a little too obsessed with the board trends, the Easter Dessert Charcuterie Board will surely please. Make dessert easy this Easter with six different kinds of frosted cookies, confection-covered pretzels, and jelly beans. The gift comes with a high-quality wooden board on which to display the array of tasty treats.

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Easter Tulip Bouquet

Flowers and Easter go together like Han and Chewie. Wow that special someone with a vibrant Easter Tulip Bouquet. The bouquet is accompanied by an adorable whitewashed 3-D bunny sign to add a little Easter flair. Add Easter Oreos dipped in smooth Belgian chocolate and wrapped in multicolor foil for some extra sweetness.

With Easter gift ideas like these, the whole family will be ready to have a sweet Easter. And if you prefer to create your own Easter baskets, check out our favorite Easter basket stuffers.


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Autumn Micketti is a graduate of Southern Oregon University where she studied Communication with a focus on social media and public engagement with a minor in English. When she's not writing about Oregold® Peaches, you can find her exploring mountains, listening to the latest album release of her current musical obsession, or spending time with her extended family.

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