Concerned about the amount of candy in your kids’ Easter baskets? Here are some non-sugary options that are just as satisfying.

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Jelly beans and cream eggs and chocolate bunnies, oh my!

If you’re a bit concerned about the amount of candy going into your kids’ Easter baskets next weekend, consider these five non-sugary options that are just as sweetly satisfying.

Lego Easter Chick ($10). Your Lego maniac can burn off some sugar energy putting together this adorable seasonal set that has more than 100 pieces.

Strideline S Collection Strapped Fit 2.0 Youth Socks ($16). These new socks from Seattle Company Strideline are cushy and don’t sag. But mostly they look super cool in the moody Galaxy print or perfect-for-spring UV Ray style.

Jamberry Just Hatched Nail Wraps ($15). She can sport festive fingernails with these easy-to-apply nail stickers that can be mixed and matched, and even shared with mom.

Jellycat Hoppity Bunny ($15.50 at Nordstrom). Candy is temporary, but this little cutey will be a friend forever. Available in beige, cream and gray.

“Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure,” $6.26; “The Itsy Bitsy Bunny,” $4.83
“Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure,” $6.26; “The Itsy Bitsy Bunny,” $4.83

Easter books ($4.83–$6.26). After the egg hunt is over and they need to cuddle, curl up with a new book celebrating the day. For the youngest, there’s the new “The Itsy Bitsy Bunny” board book, and older kids will love “Pete the Cat: Big Easter Adventure,” with stickers, cards and a poster of the coolest cat around.