15 Healthy Easter Treats To Fill Up Your Basket

When Easter rolls around, every grocery store’s display explodes with chocolate eggs, jellybeans, and marshmallow bunnies. Although these sugary treats seem to be staple of the spring holiday, there are plenty of healthy alternatives that can be just as festive.

Whether you’re making Easter treats for a family dinner, or you’re looking for a fun meal for your kids, Women Fitness has found 15 snacks and treats that won’t harm your healthy being.
1. Real Good Frozen Pizza

real good pizza

Ranging from fitness aficionados to busy moms looking for easy, healthy meals for their kids, to diabetics and Keto diet followers, Real Good Pizza will prove to be a delicious Easter favorite.

2. Ready Pac Foods Fresh Prep’d Wrap Kits

fresh wraps

Fresh Prep’d Wrap Kits feature bold flavors and come with everything you need to make a fresh wrap, including high-quality lean meats and cheeses, amazing sauces, fresh vegetables and, of course, a soft tortilla. Each wrap delivers a satisfying meal in 470 calories or less with 13-23 grams of protein and ½ to ¾ cup of vegetables.

3. So Delicious Organic Almondmilk with Cashews

almond milk

What better way to make your dessert and drinks super healthy with So Delicious Organic Almondmilk, which comes in three flavors, Original, Unsweetened and Vanilla. It features lightly roasted organic almonds and creamy cashews.

4. Sugar Smart Box

sugar smart box

Surprise your loved ones with a Sugar Smart monthly subscription box which has low carb, low sugar, diabetic friendly snacks that all your health and fitness enthusiasts, will love.

5. Cascadian Farm Organic Lemon Blueberry Granola

Cascadian Farm Organic Lemon Blueberry Granola Package

Nobody can say no to the organic blueberry granola! And it will definitely become a breakfast favorite and your guests will thank you later for it.


The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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