5 Tiny Candies That Actually Fit in Easter Eggs

Everything you need for the ultimate Easter egg hunt.

1

Milk Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs

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There’s more to these festive pastel eggs than meets the eye. At the center is a fluffy vanilla-scented marshmallow, which is dipped in milk chocolate and covered in a crunchy candy shell. Each shipment is complete with an assortment of pink, green, yellow, and white eggs.

To buy: $7.50; sugarfina.com.

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2

Knipschildt Chocolate Robin Eggs

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These tiny robins' eggs come packaged in a mini carton, making them officially the cutest Easter treat ever. Once they arrive (and you snap a few pics), unload the chocolate eggs—which have a milk chocolate caramel ganache—into plastic eggs for the kids’ baskets.

To buy: $27; deandeluca.com.

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3

Sour Gummy Bunnies

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Fans of Sour Patch Kids will go crazy for these bunnies, which get dusted with a sugar coating and pack a tart punch. Flavors range from key lime to pink grapefruit, ensuring there’s a favorite for every sour candy lover.

To buy: $12; williams-sonoma.com.

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4

Baby Butterflies

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These miniature gummies scream “Spring!” Each colored butterfly features a different flavor: strawberry, lemon, apple, and raspberry. They’re a great option for anyone who doesn’t like chocolate.

To buy: $7.50; sugarfina.com.

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5

Dark Chocolate Eggs

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Sure, it’s fun to switch it up with some less-traditional candies. But at the end of the day, no Easter basket is complete without a solid dark chocolate egg. These ones are beautifully wrapped in jewel-toned foil.

To buy: $7.50; sees.com.

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