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Dairy Free Easter Egg Hunt
Dairy & soya free Easter egg hunt ideas.. Fill plastic Easter eggs with dairy & soya free treats!
Today I have put together a dairy and soya free Easter egg hunt for my son and nephews. As Easter seems to mostly revolve around milk chocolate eggs these days, I thought I’d share what I have done and also share some ideas of what you could use instead of milk chocolate too.
I decided to use Moo Free chocolate because it is so delicious, dairy free and it doesn’t have any soya in the ingredients. I bought 16 fillable plastic Easter eggs and three Easter buckets. I also bought some small animal figures and dairy free marshmallows.
I broke the delicious Moo Free chocolate up into squares of two and wrapped them in cling film – you could also use tin foil.
I placed the Moo Free chocolate, small animal figures and marshmallows in the plastic Easter eggs. I made them all different so some Easter eggs only had one small animal figure in them, some had only Moo Free chocolate, some had both and some had only marshmallows in them.
Here’s some other dairy free ideas.. (you will need to make sure they are age appropriate for your child)
10. Nail stickers
12. Mini nail polish
13. Magnetic letters
14. Lego minifigures
17. Dinosaur figures
18. Mini slinky’s
22. Mini crayons
24. Mini maracas
26. Strecthy frogs
27. Hair clips
28. Candy watch
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