Easter Egg Candy Fillers: Which Kinds Fit Best?

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Kids love cracking open Easter eggs and finding delicious candy surprises inside. If you will need some Easter egg candy fillers this year, then it is good to know beforehand the best types for egg stuffing.

N.E.T. Egg can name some of the best egg-sized candy options, both wrapped and unwrapped, to make your Easter morning one your kids will remember.

The Best Fitting Wrapped Candies
Depending on what the eggs are being used for, you may need to go with individually wrapped candies. If this is for a school function or an Easter egg hunt with a large number of kids, wrapped candies can help prevent the spread of germs.

  • Tootsie Rolls (These can come in several flavors.)
  • Mini Twix Bars
  • Mini Hershey’s Bars
  • Mini Snickers Bars
  • Individual M & M Packs
  • Starburst
  • Individual Skittles Packs
  • Jolly Ranchers
  • Life Savers
  • Hershey’s Kisses

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Unwrapped Candies
If you are just looking for ideas for your kids or family members, there are some fun ways to fill eggs that might put a smile on their faces.

  • Jelly Beans (These make the eggs fun to shake as well.)
  • Peeps
  • Candy-Coated Chocolate Eggs
  • Easter-Shaped Sweet Tarts
  • Hershey’s Mini Chocolate Eggs
  • Whoppers Robin Eggs

Allergy-Friendly Candies
If you are hosting an Easter egg hunt or sending Easter eggs to a child’s school, something else to consider is that you may want to have allergy-friendly candy available. Luckily, there are plenty of candy options that fit well in an egg and don’t contain common allergens like nuts.

  • Smarties (These can come in smaller packs of three that will fit.)
  • Individual Skittles Packs
  • Mini Airheads
  • Ring Pops
  • Individual Sour Patch Kids Packs
  • Fun Dip
  • Saf T Pops
  • Fruit Gummies

Even if a candy doesn’t appear to contain nuts, it is important to remember that many chocolates are made in factories that process nuts. Cross-contamination could be a problem for very sensitive allergies. Make sure you read the product label because they are required to list possible allergens that the food may contain.

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