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The flowers are blooming, the birds are chirping and the weather is finally starting to warm up. These three things can only mean one thing. Spring is here!
Nestle has lot’s of delicious and fun goodies to help you with all of your Easter festivities. Just recently they revealed their newest assortment of springtime treats available nationwide to help parents create the perfect Easter baskets and treats. Here are just few of there delicious treats.
Wonka Egg Fillers:
We have our annual Easter egg hunt each year at my aunts house. All of the parents bring a bag full of plastic eggs filled with treats and prizes. This year filling the eggs will be a piece of cake. The Wonka Fillers include classic flavors such as Spree, SweeTARTS, Bottle Caps, Gobstoppers all together in one convenient bag.
Butterfinger NestEggs and Crunch NestEggs:
We got a bag of these last year and my kids loved them. They are just the right size for little fingers and they shape of a golden egg gives this candy an extra special festive feel.
SweeTARTS Gummies & Jelly Bean Pouches:
Your favorite tart and tangy SweeTARTS signature flavors in chewy gummies and jelly bean form. Great as a basket filler.
Wonka Laffy Taffy Jelly Beans:
No boring jelly bean flavors here! These bold yellow, green purple and red packaging features Laffy Taffy’s signature flavors: banana, cherry, grape, and apple in bright colors and jelly bean form. They are the perfect treat for egg hunts and Easter snacking around the house.
Hard2Find Egg Hunt Outdoor Kit:
We received a package of these last year and they were great. You can’t get more convenient than having a package of filled plastic Easter Eggs ready to go. Please these are great for the older kids because they are more of a challenge to find.
It’s always fun to create my kids Easter baskets each year, especially when I can add their favorite candy. You can find all of these Nestle products plus many more in your local retailer.
What’s your favorite kind of Easter Candy?