15 Easter Gifts to Add to Your Baskets This Year
From chocolates to themed cookie cutters.
When Easter rolls around, candy is a reliably good gift. Creme eggs, jelly beans, Peeps, and chocolate bunnies are basket staples, after all. However, if you’re looking to go beyond treats, we’ve also rounded up a few other gifts in our guide that stay on theme without being sweet. Think egg platters for holding dyed eggs, cake pans shaped like bunnies, and even crackers (not the edible kind) to add excitement to your table setting. Read on for more ideas and where you can find them.
These truffle eggs are made with milk chocolate, butter, and a Marc de Champagne center—make sure you save a box for yourself, too.
Charbonnel Et Walker Pink Marc de Champagne Truffle Eggs, $40 at neimanmarcus.com
Fill this bowl with all sorts of Easter treats, from chocolate eggs to jelly beans. If you want, make it a set with other pieces from Williams-Sonoma’s "Sculptural Bunny" collection.
Sculptural Bunny Bowl, $15 at williams-sonoma.com
After you’ve dyed your eggs in pretty pastels and bright jewel tones, use this platter to display them.
Porcelain Egg Platter, $25 at surlatable.com
These speckled candles are inspired by “farm-fresh eggs,” and would make a lovely centerpiece.
Speckled Eggs Candles, Set of 4, $20 at crateandbarrel.com
To add extra an extra festive touch to table settings, grab these Easter-themed crackers. Inside each, you’ll find a “unique Easter egg ornament.”
Robin Reed Easter Crackers, Set of 8, $24.50 at surlatable.com
Use this pan to bake a bunny-shaped cake, or bring it as a host gift.
Nordic Ware 3-D Bunny Cake Pan, $26 at food52.com
Easter Bunny and Chocolates
Kids will love this set, since it not only comes with chocolate eggs and bunnies, but a plush Easter bunny stuffed animal as well.
Bunny Buddies Chocolate Gift Set, $40 at godiva.com
Chocolate Robin's Eggs
We love the blue speckled design on these chocolate eggs, and the fact that they come in their own carton—it’s a fun twist on the classic Easter candy.
Chocolate Robin's Eggs, $28 at shopterrain.com
Candy Tackle Box
This box set includes an entire Easter egg hunt’s worth of candy in one place, from jelly beans to Jordan almonds.
2-Pack Easter Tackle Box, $52 at nordstrom.com
Sugarfina Candy Bento Box
This candy box includes four different treats—“Bunny Tails Pastel Mints,” “Milk Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs,” “Robin’s Egg Caramels,” and "Fluffy Bunnies”—so there’s something for everyone.
Don’t Worry, Be Hoppy Candy Bento Box, $36 at sugarfina.com
Beyond being perfect for egg hunts, this adorable felt basket would also make a great keepsake—even a table centerpiece.
Felted Wool Easter Basket, $48 at anthropologie.com
From eggs and flowers to chicks and bunnies, these cookie cutters let you create all kinds of themed treats for the holiday.
Easter Cookie Cutters in Tube, Set of 8, $10 at williams-sonoma.com
Peter Rabbit Collection
If you know someone who’s a fan of Peter Rabbit, this set coincides nicely with Easter. It includes dinnerware (salad plates, appetizer plates, etc.), plus multiple linens, too.
Peter Rabbit Entertaining Collection, $12-$55 per item, depending on item (was $12-$69) at potterybarn.com
Pastel Floral Bowl
Available in either soft blue or pink, this bowl is a more subtle nod to Easter with its petal-like rim.
Sur La Table Floral Glass Bowl, $7.50 at surlatable.com
These Valrhona chocolate cupcakes are topped with a swirl of vanilla buttercream frosting and festive little decorations.
Georgetown Cupcake The Easter Egg Dozen, $60 at saksfifthaveneue.com