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Easter with Type 1 Diabetes: 11 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

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Easter baskets are a fun tradition, but if you have a child with type 1 diabetes, it can be hard to find ideas for non-candy Easter baskets.

Most Easter baskets are filled with sugary candy and chocolate, which can be dangerous for kids with type 1 diabetes. If your child is looking for something other in their Easter basket this year, we’ve got you covered.

We’ve got you covered!

We’ve put together a list of our favorite non-candy Easter basket ideas for kids with type 1 diabetes. From books and games to art supplies and science kits, we’ve got something for everyone on your list.

easter bunny inside a bag and chocolate Easter eggs beside it

1. Christ Centered Easter Egg Hunt – Focus on Jesus

This year, celebrate the hope of Easter with a fun and creative Christ-centered hunt. Put your focus on Jesus’ resurrection at this time by looking for eggs that have His face painted or drawn in them!

Christ-Centered Easter Egg Hunt – Focus on Jesus

2. Easter Scavenger Hunt for Kids

This post shares a few ideas for playing the Easter Scavenger Hunt. Be creative and have fun!

Easter Scavenger Hunt for Kids

3. Christ-Centered Easter Basket Ideas

This post has a whole list of Christian Easter basket gifts for your little ones!

Christ-Centered Easter Basket Ideas

4. Easter Basket Ideas that are Candy-Free

Whether they want an all-candy basket or just some new ideas for what to put in your child’s own baskets of goodies this year; this post has some adorable picks that will make any bunny smile!

Easter Basket Ideas that are Candy-Free

5. Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers

This post has the perfect solution for your child’s basket this Easter season! These are all great ideas that will delight both kids and parents.

Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers

6. Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

Non-sugar treats are the best way to keep your kids’ Easter baskets healthy. With so many great options out there, you’ll find something perfect for every child on this list!

Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas

7. Ways To Spice Up Your Big Kid’s Easter Basket

This post has great ideas for spicing up your teenager’s or tween’s Easter basket.

Ways To Spice Up Your Big Kid’s Easter Basket

8. How to Make Your Family’s Easter Egg Hunt Unique and Special

Want to make it a little more special this year for Easter? Have some fun with kindness notes and put one inside each egg! Read this post to get some great ideas!

How to Make Your Family’s Easter Egg Hunt Unique and Special

9. Easter Activity Book: Puzzles and Games Your Kids Will Love

This post has a FREE printable Easter activity book that will be perfect for your baskets. The activities include puzzles, games and coloring sheets to keep the kids busy on those long car rides home from church!

Easter Activity Book: Puzzles and Games Your Kids Will Love

10. Creative Easter Basket Idea

Cute idea to make an Easter basket that’s both fun and functional.

Creative Easter Basket Idea

11. Slime Easter Basket for Kids

Kids won’t even miss the candy with this creative and cool Slime Easter Basket! Packed with gooey-goodies and supplies to make slime at home!

Slime Easter Basket for Kids

Which is your favorite basket?

We hope you’ve found this list helpful! Easter is a fun time of year, and we don’t want diabetes to spoil the festivities for kids. That’s why we put together this list of our favorite non-candy Easter basket ideas for kids with type 1 diabetes.

2 Comments

    1. Your welcome Lora! I really see myself doing your Easter Scavenger Hunt activity with my two kiddos!! Sharing the knowledge with my readers who will really appreciate it!

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