Looking to scale back the sweets in this year’s Easter basket? Little Kids Inc. has some fun, non-candy alternatives coming next month that are still based on sugary favorites like Peeps and Jelly Beans, but without the toothache.

Peeps Design a Peep ($6.99) offers kids four markers and a blank Peep to decorate and fill with a unique “Peepsonality.” Then, kids can light it up with the glitter-filled Peeps Light Up Bounce Ball ($3.99), the first bouncy ball from Little Kids. Finally, little ones can run off a Peeps snack time with the Peeps Bubble Wands ($4.99), an easy-to-use three-pack of cute, pastel Peeps designs.

Welcome more sweets in the home without the sugar with Little Kids’ Jelly Belly line of scented toys, such as the Jelly Belly Scented Mosaic Puzzle ($4.99), a 24-piece puzzle with a yummy, cherry scent. For a little more love, give the gift of Jelly Belly Scented Fruit Plushes ($7.99) in peach, apple, and watermelon shapes and scents.

Stretchy Jelly Belly Scented Slime ($3.99) comes in a bean-shaped container resembling the iconic Jelly Belly logo, and Jelly Belly Scented Bubble Wands ($4.99) bring Very Cherry, Green Apple, Berry Blue, and two mystery scents to playtime.

Other new offerings from Little Kids include Easter-themed, squish-and-splat toys Sqortz ($4.99); water-absorbent, growing toys Super Grow Skwisheez ($7.99); the on-the-go Easter Game Assortment ($3.99) collection featuring portable Bunny Bingo, a memory game, and Chick Tac Toe; and the porch-ready Bunny Bubble Machine ($8.99) that blasts bubbles out of a cute bunny’s mouth.

Head over to littlekidsinc.com. for more information on getting these toys for your little ones in time for Easter.

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Ben Goren

Ben Goren

Ben Goren is an Editorial Assistant for the Toy Insider, the Pop Insider, and leading toy industry magazine the Toy Book. Ben loves cooking, graphic design, and is a sucker for an animated short. He is a dog person, a comedy nerd, and quite the intense game night host.