Food-Free Treats for Easter

in Food Allergy

If you prefer holiday treats without food, here are some perfect sweet alternatives. Allergy-friendly and cute as can be, these make great gifts or party favors, and they are sure to keep little hands busy long enough to let you enjoy the celebrations.

Available in the United States and Canada


Whether dyed, painted, made into cute critters or embellished with stickers, blown-out eggs are at the center of many Easter crafting projects. This year, include everyone in the fun with allergy-friendly EggNots. Made of high-quality ceramic, EggNots look and feel like real eggs but are 100% safe for anyone with an egg allergy.



Mrs. Grossman’s Stickers

Rabbits and chicks and eggs, oh my! Find every spring sticker you can imagine at this mecca of online stickers. The Easter Super Sticker Pack includes six designs, ideal for decorating Easter baskets, tucking into loot bags or using for other crafts.




Easter egg dye kits have sure come a long way! From kits that help you color-block or tie-dye to ones that include glitter, stickers, feet and fuzzy hair, PAAS’ huge range of kits will help your budding artists bring their masterpieces to life.



Oriental Trading

You’ll want some time to peruse Oriental Trading’s huge assortment of Easter stickers, erasers, stamps and more. Items are sold in packages of one dozen to several hundred, making this the place to load up before any big event.





These “treats without the sweet” deliver hours of fun wrapped up in pastel-colored eggs. Ten to a box, Sweet Spring Easter eggs will inspire kids’ creativity while the sugar-rush subsides. (Contains wheat)


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Help little ones learn the story of Passover (it begins at sundown April 22) with facemasks designed to represent the 10 plagues. Made out of cardstock with an elastic strap, each mask represents one plague, from the swarms of frogs to the darkness that enveloped Egypt.