25 Trendy Easter Basket Items Under $10
You don’t have to break the bank to ensure that you have an amazing Easter! You can find all sorts of great items and products for your Easter baskets and Easter events that are all under $10 so you can keep your Easter as budget-friendly as possible.
This list is full of our best, most trendy finds, all under $10, so you can make this Easter one to remember. But don’t let the price tag fool you! These items aren’t cheap. You can enjoy gifting everyone the best Easter gifts that they’re going to love and you can enjoy keeping your bank account as flush as it was before the holiday started. Keep reading this list to find some incredible products you don’t want to miss out on this Easter!
A Spring-Perfect Lip Set
Burt’s Bees always knows just what to do to package their product for seasonal events and holidays, and their spring packaging is no exception! This kit means you don’t have to do any packing because these bad boys are Easter basket ready. And if you’re the sort of person that likes to give gifts to the office, these would be great as an easy hand out gift!
A Little Candy Is Always a Good Idea
Did your parents ever get these for you when you were a kid? Mine did! And my favorite part about them wasn’t the M&M’s (though I did love those!); my favorite part was using the tubes afterward. I would hide all sorts of things in there or use them as piggy banks or an interesting way to pass notes to my friends in school. Gift your kiddos some quick candy and a lifetime of memories with these M&M holiday tubes.
Candy Alternatives They'll Actually Enjoy
If your home isn’t a candy home, it can be hard to find good replacements for candy-based holidays. Fortunately, Annie’s has you covered with some delicious, organic gummies that taste just as sweet as candy but are far better than the junk you can get at the gas station. And Annie’s is a trusted and well-loved brand you know you can’t go wrong with!
Just a Little Something
Mini Brands has been on everyone’s stories lately, and they’re so cute. They’ve got me jealous! If one of your Easter basket recipients has a thing for miniatures, you’ve got to get them this Gold Rush collection that they’ll treasure, and that’s stuffed with all of the best brands you’d usually have to hunt the world over to find.
Gift Them Some Spa Time
Gift them time at the spa without actually gifting them time at the spa, if you know what I mean. These shower steamers are a great way to put a little relaxation and stress relief into their Easter basket without breaking the bank with a well-intentioned but far too expensive spa gift card.
Candy for the Sugar-Concious
Sugar isn’t for everyone, and an abundance of sugar is certainly not for everyone. No matter the reason you need a little less sugar in your kid’s baskets this year, Smart Sweets is the answer! They’re a great compromise between the sugar they want and the sugar you’re willing to give them.
They'll Love This Easter-Themed Slime
If you don’t have kids that are into the whole slime game, consider yourself lucky. For those of us cursed with the slime, we know just how much our little ones love it. And they truly love a themed slime. This Easter-themed slime is going to put a real smile on their face, especially because it looks a lot like a real egg, so they can fake everyone out!
"I Would Like to See the Baby"
Know anyone that just can’t get enough of the hit show The Mandalorian? You’ve got to give them this absolutely adorable Easter egg that’s not really an Easter egg, but is actually a hot cocoa bomb. How cool?! It even pops out a teeny tiny Grogu marshmallow that can float around in your cup of hot chocolate.
Makeup Sponges Make a Great Basket Stuffer
Makeup sponges make such great, simple basket stuffers, not only because they’re super stuffable, being squishy and all, but because they look like odd little eggs! And these particular makeup sponges are spring/egg colors that will fit right in with all the other Easter stuffers you got for your makeup-obsessed teen.
An Adorable Egg Alternative
Tired of the same old boring, plastic eggs every year? Why not try something new and interesting with these adorable egg alternatives? They’re little plastic carrots! And you could even nestle them down into their baskets, so they have to dig for them like real carrots. And they’re so fun and unexpected, it’s sure to put a smile on even the surliest of teen’s faces.
Tasty, Sour Gummies
Trolli Sour Bites are so tasty and so tart and they make a terrific basket stuffer. Plus, they’re so affordable you can get three for under $10! And if that’s not enough, they’re already packaged in little plastic eggs so they’ll fit into any Easter basket you’ve set up perfectly without any effort on your part.
Smencils Make a Great Goody Bag Gift
Did you grow up with Smencils? Who am I kidding? Of course, you did! Smencils were all the rage for years and years. And then they died off. But now they’re back again, and this pack is Easter-themed, which means they’ll pack in perfectly with your Easter goody bags for whatever fun Easter event you may be hosting this year.
A Pastel Basket Stuffer
It can be pretty hard to figure out what to put in your teen’s Easter baskets every year. But this year, it doesn’t have to be! Makeup sponges? Check! And now we’ve found these soft, pastel headbands that are ideal for using to keep their hair out of their face while they apply their makeup or work on their skincare routine.
These Gummies Are Allergy-Friendly
Gummies are a quintessential holiday food, but it can be hard to handle holidays and treats when you’ve got kids with allergies. Fortunately, these YumEarth gummies (designed just for Easter) are perfect for your kid that’s got a gluten intolerance or for your vegan kiddos, too!
A Hatching Rainbow Egg
What’s better than an ordinary Easter egg? A hatching, rainbow, unicorn Easter egg, that’s what! This egg is a fun and interactive treat for your kiddos, and since it’s an egg, it works perfectly in their basket and looks lovely next to all those chocolate bunnies and chicks and bunny gummy candies.
A Dino Bath Bomb Egg
What’s better than an ordinary Easter egg? A hatching, bath bomb, dinosaur Easter egg, that’s what! This egg is a fun and interactive treat for your kiddos, and since it’s an egg, it works perfectly in their basket and looks super cool next to all those chocolate bunnies and chicks and bunny gummy candies.
This Playfoam Is Almost Like Magic
Get rid of that kinetic sand and use this Playfoam as an Easter basket stuffer instead. It’s far less messy, doesn’t feel nearly as gritty and gross, and the pieces all stick to one another a lot better than kinetic sand. Plus, the packaging for this makes the Playfoam look like eggs, so it fits right in with everything else in their basket.
A Hello Kitty Surprise Egg That's Got It All
There’s nothing quite like a gift that means you don’t have to do any actual work. Which is why I love this Hello Kitty surprise egg! It’s got pretty much everything in here that you need for an Easter gift. Stickers, candies, and an adorable, giant plastic egg they can use until it breaks!
A Gorgeous Hand Cream Set
If you’re on the hunt for a simple but nice Easter gift under $10 for your best friend or your office spouse, this hand cream set is the perfect option for you! It isn’t over the top, but it’s a nice adult gift they’ll appreciate and will actually use, which is, of course, super important. Plus, it’s covered in florals which makes it beautifully spring-themed.
If Science and Eggs Had Babies
These eggs are such a cool and innovative Easter idea! For under $10, you can get your kids some super cool science experiments all tucked into adorable plastic eggs. You could use these for your egg hunt or for their Easter baskets and they come with their own storage containers so there’s no excuse for not cleaning up after!
A Gift That Keeps Growing
It’s always a fun idea to get your kids a gift that they can really interact with, and there’s not much more interactive than a garden. This cool egg-shaped garden allows them to really learn and practice taking care of something and it’s so cute, so you don’t have to worry about having yet another ugly bit of craft mess taking up your kitchen table.
A Gift for Baby's First Easter
It can be more than a little challenging to pick out an Easter gift for your teeny tinies, but I found this awesome Easter-themed teether, and I think it’s the perfect gift for your little one’s first Easter. It’s the sort of thing they’ll play with every day and the sort of thing that’s going to last for quite some time, maybe even through another baby’s first Easter!
A Tiny Purse That's So Cute
My kids don’t like cute things as much as I wish they did, so I’m not too sure, but I think these purses have been all the rage. (I’m kidding, I totally know — my niece is obsessed with them.) You can get your hands on these mini purses that can be the perfect, small centerpiece of the Easter basket you’ve constructed this year.
These Eggs Hold Adorable Surprises
I love eggs with surprises inside — they make the egg hunt much more fun. These eggs have one of the coolest surprises I’ve seen before! When you pop these open, out comes a cool horse friend that your kids can play with for hours and hours (and maybe even years and years, it depends on their attention span — my kids have a flash-in-the-pan span).
A Teething Carrot
This carrot teether is a great way to solve the question of what to get your infant for their Easter gift. You’ll never have enough teethers, that’s just a strange fact of parenting, and you might as well have the cutest teethers possible, like this adorable carrot!