Easter baskets are one of our favorite traditions. But if you don't want your kids on an extended sugar high, and you have your fill of stuffed bunnies, we have ideas for you. Mix it up this Easter with these fun, non-edible treats!

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BrickHeadz Easter Bunny

This little LEGO set is perfect for the older kid who might be too big for a traditional basket, but still wants a little something.

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Marvel 500 Micro Figures Series 4

Will they get Hulk or Iron Man? They'll be surprised with these tiny blind bags.

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Hatchimals CollEGGtibles

Your little Hatchimal fan is going to want these. These special edition ombre eggs come filled with exclusive characters in their own sweet basket.

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Construction Eggs

Up your Easter egg hunt from jelly bean-filled eggs to mini-construction vehicles. You can even pair these with some moon sand to get them digging in. Did we just say that?

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Little Tikes Pogo-It

You might have had one of these "pogo balls" when you were little, but this classic’s been revamped and is now ready for your little bunnies to get hopping.

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Emoji Easter Coloring Book

Will she ever get tired of emojis? Especially when the poop emoji is sporting some bunny ears? That’s a definite no. So this cute book, along with some brandy new crayons, is sure to make her smile.

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Bunny Jump Rope

Get him doing some "hopping" of his own with this jump rope with super cute wooden bunny handles.

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Moleskine Star Wars Notebook

Whether writing his first book or planning his fantasy baseball league, this notebook will give him the perfect place to keep his thoughts collected.

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Neon Glitter Chalk

This may not scream Easter, but it's neon and glitter AND chalk, which says get outside and make the sparkliest, day-glo sidewalk drawings ever.