Your little cottontail is going to hop up and down with joy when she sees these eco-conscious Crayola alternatives. Forged from soy and beeswax, the bunny-shaped crayons are designed for little hands. $12.
Master chocolatier Robert Ludlow has outdone himself this season with a quixotic array of pastel treats. These praline-filled chocolate eggs are almost too pretty to eat. 6 for $19.95.
Perfect for mini bon vivants, these cute mini buttons sport cupcakes, lemon wheels, and charming food puns, such as “I’m kind of a big dill.” $6 for 4 buttons.
Whether you prefer white, milk, or dark chocolate, this trio of enrobed Oreos is for you. They go down best with an ice cold glass of milk—dunking encouraged. $6.
Forget Matchbox and Hot Wheels—this handmade wooden race car is more durable and handsome. Available at Steadfast Supply, 300 Tingey St., SE, #140. $46.
The Easter pack features four ready-to-eat doughs: chocolate chip, sugar cookie, Cadbury egg, and a flavor of your choice, which will last a month in your fridge or can be frozen for up to six months. $25.
If Russell Stover doesn’t cut it with your kid, try these sophisticated sweets instead. They’re packed with elevated flavor combinations, such as coffee caramel and passion fruit-mango. 10 bonbons for $22.50.
Not every treat has to be bad for you. These flavorful energy snacks are packed with chia, flax, and oats, and accented with cinnamon and cayenne for a kick. $3.99.