Easter candy, Easter baskets, candy filled Easter eggs and gifts. Hop on in and browse through our huge assortment of Easter candy including Cadbury Eggs, Hershey Milk Chocolate Bunnies, Sweet Tart Chicks, Ducks, & Bunnies, Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs, Brach’s Chicks and Rabbits, and oh, so many more sweet-tasting Easter candies! With just a few selections of soft marshmallow chicks, solid milk chocolate Easter bunnies, gummy bunnies, foil-wrapped chocolate Easter eggs, candy bracelets, and caramel-filled eggs, you can create fantastic Easter baskets filled with delicious nostalgic Easter candy that the entire family can enjoy.
Jelly bean, jelly bean, oh lots of jelly beans – designed to satisfy your sweet tooth with a bit of delicious flavor and chewy goodness. What would Easter be without them? So, get ready to celebrate Spring’s arrival and create a few new memories with a handpicked assortment of the best Easter candy in the entire world. We even have Easter baskets pre-filled with all of your nostalgic candy favorites just to make it easier for you. Hop on down that bunny trail and get your Easter treats today!
How about a few adorable Easter bunnies and yummy nostalgic and retro candies to fill your Easter baskets this year? With delivery right to your door, there’s no better way to shop than online!
You don’t have to be Peter Cottontail to hop your way through our Easter Candy page.|
We have a great selection of all your favorites. One of our most popular Easter goodies are the candy filled Easter eggs; they are great for your Easter egg hunt whether it is for a corporate event, to hide in your house or your back yard. All kids love hunting for eggs and finding their treasures.
We also carry a great selection of gift ideas; our kids Easter basket with plush animal is a big hit for kids of all ages whether they are 5 or 60. We have many gift baskets to choose from including our classic Easter baskets and candy cups.
You will also find a large selection of toys to add to your own Easter baskets along with holiday crafts to brighten your home or add to your baskets. Our retro and nostalgic candies will make great basket fillers. The Easter bunny tootsie pop covers have always been a great hit whether you use them as a basket filler or just to hand out; they make a perfect little Easter surprise.
Easter Celebrations Around The World
Easter is a time of springtime festivals. In Christian countries it's celebrated as a religious holiday, however celebrations of Easter have many customs and legends around the world. Many countries also celebrate Easter with sweets and baked goods.
Traditions associated with the festival survive in the Easter rabbit, a symbol of fertility, and in colored easter eggs, originally painted with bright colors to represent the sunlight of spring, and used in Easter-egg rolling contests or given as gifts. In many countries also celebrate Easter with sweets and baked goods.
Here are a few other ways in which Easter is celebrated:
Bulgaria - In Bulgaria, people don't hide their eggs -- they have egg fights! Whoever comes out of the game with an unbroken egg is the winner and assumed to be the most successful member of the family in the coming year. In another tradition, the oldest woman in the family rubs the faces of the children with the first red egg she has colored, symbolizing her wish that they have rosy cheeks, health and strength (much like the Easter egg).
Mexico - Easter and related holidays are colorful and lively in Mexico, where children actually smash eggs over each other's heads in the week before Lent begins! Fortunately, these eggs are filled with small pieces of paper rather than raw egg.
Germany - In Germany, eggs are dyed green on Maundy Thursday.
Greece - On Easter Sunday in Greece, there is a public procession. Red eggs (red for the blood of Christ) are tapped together while one person declares "Christ is risen" and the other replies "Truly He is risen."
United States - Parades are traditional in some U.S. cities. Atlantic City's 140-year-old parade is the oldest, and the promenade on New York's Fifth Avenue, immortalized in Irving Berlin's song, "Easter Parade," is perhaps the best known. The annual White House Easter Egg Roll takes place in the nation's capitol city on Easter Monday. (You'll learn more about this tradition on the next page.)
England - In England, in Hallaton (in the County of Leicestershire), every Easter Monday, there is the Hare Pie Scramble and Bottle Kicking. The story goes that a woman was saved by a hare running across the path of a bull on Easter Monday hundreds of years ago. As a token of her appreciation, she bequeathed a piece of land to the rector. The sole condition to this bequest was that the rector have a hare pie made to be distributed to parishioners together with a large quantity of ale every year. (More on hare pies later.)