Your one stop shop may be the Lindt Store where you will find treats for your little bunnies, grown ups and visitors from out of town. I love the Boston themed bags and packaging for out of town guests. If you want more than chocolate here are some other great ideas for the basket.
Colourful and tasty butter cookies from Quebrada are gorgeous on a platter for dessert or in an Easer basket.
Hi Rise has gingerbread cookies decorated for every season. I love the purple chicks and colourful eggs.
Okay so this collection of bunnies are all chocolates. The bonbons are from Serenade Chocolatier in Brookline. They are dark chocolate filled with marzipan. The blue bunny comes by mail from the delectable and creative chocolate shop Maggie Louise Confections out of Austin, Texas it is a dark chocolate with marshmallow filling and spiced graham cracker.
Spring cannot come soon enough. Buds are on the trees and the first crocuses are blooming but there is no green out there yet. These cute tattoos from Tattly are the perfect teen or tween basket filler. The leaf chocolate is from Maggie Louise and is filled with a peanut butter center. The bonbon is from Serenade Chocolatier in Brookline.
This basket had a super cute Sgt. Peppers’ Lonely Hearts Club Band purse from Target. A scented spa dough (like play dough but you will want to sneak it from your teen’s basket to play with when they are not looking) pinch me can be found at Quinstance in Lynnfield. An Armitron watch to help get your teen to the soccer field on time (Target). Old school Crayola box of crayons with the sharpener in then back of the box (Target). Tickets for the movies that you can purchase from AAA. A box of chocolates each with a special fortune in it from The Happy Chocolatier in Sudbury.
This basket is full of treats all non-edible. Sidewalk chalk ( tweemade.com), custom crayons (Etsy: art2theextreme), bubbles, nail polish (Target)