Monday, March 11, 2013

Healthier, Cute and Fun Easter Basket Ideas thanks to Annie's Homegrown

Did you realize Easter is just around the corner!!!
Are you ready? 

Have you made your purchases for the Easter Bunny's arrival?

I don't know about you, but Easter seems to be one of the most unhealthy holidays around.  Can you say...Candy...Candy....Chocolate...and more Sugar!!

But...I want to turn over a healthier leaf this Easter!  I want our Easter Bunny to think and make better treat choices.

And we can do that!  Thanks to the help of Annie's Homegrown.  They have shared the most amazing and fun ideas to make this Easter not a sugar-laden event.

It is going to be a special and fun Easter Morning at our house (and yes, I still may have the Easter Bunny leave a little chocolate behind).

Look at these amazing, tasty and healthier Carrots I am going to create and use to fill my boys Easter Baskets (These would also be great for a classroom treat).
photo provided by Annie's Homegrown
All you need is Annie's Homegrown Organic Cheddar Bunnies, some cone shaped plastic baggies and green ribbon.  Simple...Easy...Healthy!  These Organic Cheddar Bunnies are low in saturated fat, no cholesterol, no sugar added and 0g trans fat.

I must admit Annie's Homegrown products are perfect anytime of the year, but ideal for Easter and Spring.  How perfect...Annie's mascot Bernie is a Bunny!!

I am also planning on stuffing their baskets and eggs with Annie's Homegrown Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks.  I don't know about you by my kids are fruit snack crazy.  And they can go crazy this Easter as Annie's Homegrown fruit snacks are made with real fruit juice and are vegan and gelatin free.  Plus, they get 100% of their Vitamin C. 

I must admit I am planning on making sure the Easter Bunny doesn't forgot me.  Annie's Homegrown fruit snack flavors are out of this world.  If you have never tried them, you MUST....Tropical Treat, Berry Patch, Sunny Citrus, Summer Strawberry, Grapes Galore, and Pink Lemonade!!

Oh...don't forget about Annie's Homegrown Honey Bunny Grahams which are an excellent source of calcium with no saturated fat or cholesterol.  They will have to make an appearance too.
"Hoppy" Easter Everyone!!

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review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive
review or in return for the free product.

1 comment:

  1. This is such a great idea! I already have tons of Annie's bunnies, so I just need to get the baggies and some ribbon. I'm definitely doing this! Thanks :)


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