An alternative to chocolate – Easter with Haribo

As I have said previously, at Easter I look for alternatives to chocolate Easter Eggs.   Maybe I am not the only one who finds the packaging out weighs what is inside.   So when I was approached to review some products from Haribo, I was delighted.

I love the items I was sent to review.  How different are these as gifts. 🙂

HARIBO Chick ‘n’ Mix (200g)

Back for 2018, HARIBO’s cheeky character  Chick ‘n’ Mix is a cute gift box filled with tangy chicks, Starmix’s favourite Egg and pink and white squishy mini marshmallows – tweet, tweet!   I found this to be perfect as it contains many of my favourites, especially the marshmallows.  I personally do not eat many sweets so having these tiny marshmallows means I can indulge without feeling too guilty.

HARIBO Bunny ‘n’ Friends (120g)

Another character, The Haribo Bunny ‘n’ Friends gift box makes a perfect Easter gift, containing cute bunny, sheep and chick shaped sweets all wrapped up in a bunny shaped gift box.  Just enough to keep a little one happy and ideal to eat a few at a time.

Easter Hunt

One thing that I always do on Easter Sunday is an Easter Hunt.  I buy lots of small things that I hide around the house.  I create a map with a list of instructions and my grandsons go off, on their merry way, to find the goodies that are hidden.    This usually keep them happy for about 40 minutes and they are always excited.   This product by Haribo makes the ideal thing to buy to create a Hunt.   Containing 11 small bags of various Haribo jellies, they are easy to hide and contain just enough to allow a child to eat a bag at a time.   Love this product.

I loved reviewing these products and will definitely be buying some more as Easter gifts.

You can find these products in your local supermarket or on Amazon.

I was sent all three products to review.  All opinions are 100% my own.



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