As much as you want to feed your kids the best, it’s hard to resist all the brightly colored fun of the Easter basket. If we’re honest, it’s a bit of nostalgia for us too—who doesn’t remember the excitement of finding a full basket on Easter morning? When else is a chocolate bunny for breakfast acceptable?
But just because we want to pass on this fun tradition doesn’t mean we need to fill the kiddos with food coloring and questionable ingredients. Here’s six ways to build a better Easter basket for your little ones. Continue reading