Easter baskets are typically filled with candy and chocolate, but there are healthier options you can try that kids will love.
“Switch over to dried fruits,” says Cleveland Clinic registered dietitian Carrie Gonzales. “Yogurt-covered raisins would be an example. It’s still sweet but a little on the healthier side. Replace those cream-filled eggs with just plain dark chocolate. It’s known for its health benefits.”
She recommends dipping strawberries or bananas in the chocolate for a snack. And don’t forget about Easter eggs — hard-boiled eggs are a great source of nutrition for young kids.