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Foodie Finds: Easter Fun

Fun foodie finds for all things Easter!

Mr. and Mrs. Ears Milk Chocolate Easter Bunnies, $59.99

The best things come in pairs. Crafted in their Oregon candy kitchen, these intricately decorated chocolate Easter bunnies are made with the same decadent and silky-smooth chocolate Harry and David use in their rich truffles. Available at Harry & David.

Peter Rabbit Small Papier-mâché Egg, $29.99

This handcrafted papier-mâché egg features a charming illustration of Peter Rabbit outside and a bounty of treats inside. Created by premium confectioners, the sweets include a solid milk chocolate bunny plus fluffy marshmallow twists, sour jelly beans, sugar-sanded gummy eggs and assorted chocolates. Williams Sonoma.

Ukrainian Easter Egg (Pysanka) Pin – “Pine Tree,” $14.95

A pysanka is a Ukrainian Easter egg decorated with traditional folk designs – the Pine Tree pin is based on a Ukrainian folk song about the creation of the world. 100% of profits will be donated to Ukrainian-led organizations assisting displaced refugees. Available at

Brew Bunny Tea Infuser, $14.99

Made to look like a relaxing bunny with ears that drape over the edge of your teacup, this sweet little character will help you make the perfect cup of tea. All you have to do is fill with the loose-leaf tea of your choice. Hand wash. Harry & David.

Caspari Party Crackers – Bunnies & Carrots, $30

Get the party hoppin’ with party crackers that every-bunny will enjoy. Just pull the ends for a “bang” that reveals the prizes inside: confetti, a bunny ear headband, a bunny figurine and a trivia question/ice breaker. 8 per box. Available at


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