It’s March, and we’re looking for the best Easter basket stuffers of 2024. Easter is early this year, so now is the perfect time to get your Easter baskets filled with candy, toys, and more. Check these out! 


Easter Candy

If you’re filling eggs with candy, we recommend buying one or two-pound bags. You’re getting a good deal if the price is under $15, keeping in mind that chocolate candy costs more than fruit-flavored ones. We like this Hershey’s Snack Size Variety Pack that’s priced under $13. 

For Easter-themed candy that fills an Easter basket, check out this pre-packed Bazooka 18-Piece Easter Candy Set. It’s $15 at Amazon, which means Prime members can also ship it to anyone out of town in time for Easter!

Older kids are usually looking for a full-sized candy fix, so try to score this 25-Count Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups for only $6. You get 25 individually-wrapped Reese’s peanut butter cups. Divide them up, or treat your kid to the entire box. 


Looking to curb your kids’ sweet tooth? Small toys make for great Easter basket stuffers too. Our top picks include this $5 Franklin Junior Football, a five-piece CAT Construction Toy Set, this hardcover Easter Bunny book and these super-popular Pokemon cards.

Amazon is offering an entire section of Easter basket stuffers priced under $10, and Macy’s is taking 50-80% off its toy section right now. Walmart is also organizing its Easter basket stuffers by age, so you can take a look at the best toys for babies, toddlers, young kids, and teens. You can also never go wrong with a Lego set.


More Easter Basket Stuffers

For your tween’s Easter basket, check out this sale at Claire’s, where you’ll get 30% off Easter basket stuffers like Peeps-scented markers, Squishmallows, and bunny earrings. We also shop this Sephora Sale at Kohl’s to find low-priced beauty and skincare products to fill our older kids’ baskets. 

Another great option is this viral Stanley Cup Snack Bowl. For around $5, this bowl attaches to the top of a 30-ounce Stanley cup to use for snacks and treats on the go! We also like to fill tween and teen baskets with their favorite Prime Energy Drinks.