Stock Up on These Irresistible Easter Treats Before They're Gone

Easter is in mere weeks, and we’re already dusting off our Easter decor (and purchasing a few new items), planning our Easter spread, and purchasing all the essentials to curate the perfect Easter egg basket for the kids — and that includes Easter treats and candies.

Whether you’re planning an Easter egg hunt or you’re anything like us and love to have mini Cadbury Eggs and Reese’s Eggs within arm’s reach at all times, then we have great news for you: Amazon and Target are already fully stocked on Easter treats, including economy-size packs of candies for those of you throwing an Easter get-together. We even spotted a few very popular Easter candies on Amazon you likely won’t find anywhere else, like a bag of cotton candy kids will absolutely love called Bag of Bunny Farts.

Reese’s Puffs Bunnies

Reese’s Puffs Bunnies has everything we could possibly want in one cereal: chocolate-flavored and peanut butter-flavored, bunny-shaped corn puffs. The limited edition cereal hits shelves in March and will cost $2.50 for a mid-size box and $3.99 for a family-size box.

Cadbury Mini Eggs

Toss ’em in Easter baskets, place ’em in a dining room centerpiece, or pop ’em directly into your mouth. Whatever you decide to do, just be sure to pick up this Easter treat staple. 

Reese’s One-Pound Bunny

You can’t go wrong with a one-pound, peanut butter-filled chocolate bunny — and the nearly 1,400 Amazon reviewers agree. 

Dove Springtime Mix

This Springtime Mix from Dove is loaded with an assortment of chocolates, including milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and caramel and milk chocolate.

Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg

More than $20 may seem steep for Easter candy, but a pack of 36 Reese’s peanut butter eggs is the exception — always.

M&M’s Filled Eggs

Hosting an Easter egg hunt this year? Then you’ll need this box of 12 M&M’s Filled Eggs, each of which contain one fun-size pouch of M&M’S milk chocolate candy.

Tootsie Roll Eggs

This bag is filled with more than 100 individually wrapped candy-coated, egg-shaped Tootsie Rolls.

Bag of Bunny Farts

Kids will get a kick out of this bag of Bunny Farts (cotton candy). It’s a popular product on Amazon, too, with more than 800 reviews and a 4.6 rating.

Twix Eggs

Ensure you don’t run out of Twix Eggs this Easter; grab a 24-pack on Amazon Prime.

Dove Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny

Easter isn’t complete without a solid milk chocolate bunny that’ll end up half-eaten and forgotten about until it’s tossed weeks later.

Unicorn Poop Candy

It’s just a half-pound bag of tropical-flavored pastel jelly beans, but — shh! — the kids don’t know that…

Reese’s Pieces Carrot

Reese’s Pieces in a fun carrot shape and only about $1 each? We’ll take 10.

Lindt Easter Tractor Bunny

Who says you can’t play with your food? This chocolate tractor features two Lindt treats: one 1.7-oz milk chocolate Gold Bunny hauling milk chocolate Lindor Eggs.

Reese’s Gold Eggs

You can never have too many Reese’s treats on Easter.

Peeps Raspberry Delights

These raspberry-flavored marshmallow Peeps are dipped in crème-flavored fudge.

Cadbury Mini Creme Easter Eggs

Last but not least, Cadbury Eggs: the quintessential Easter treat. 

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