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Top Twenty Dye Free Easter Sweet Treats, Swaps, and Basket Fillers!

Updated: Feb 27

Preparing for a dye free Easter can be tricky! Here's a list of our favorite Easter sweet treats, swaps, and basket fillers.



We made the shift to a dye free lifestyle after witnessing extreme behavior and emotional shifts in our then three-year-old. A growing body of research and evidence show sensitivities to additives in foods like artificial dyes can lead to an array of neurologic symptoms such as increased anxiety, aggression, hyperactivity, and can pose a negative impact on overall cognitive health.


For help with the transition into a dye free lifestyle, read: Thirty Days Dye Free Six Step Plan.


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Dye Free Easter Treats and Swaps

As a Christian family, Easter is our most cherished holiday! While we keep our risen Savior at the center of our celebration, we still indulge in sweet treats and tradition. With that being said, Dye free celebrations can be challenging, but it's doable! Here's our list of dye free treats and swaps:


#1:Earth Paints Natural Egg Dye Kit


#2: Ocho, Chocolate Peanut Butter Egg Organic


#3: YumEarth Gluten Free Fruit Flavored Gummy Bears



#4: Easter Whoppers Mini Eggs Carton



#5: SmartSweets Variety Pack Sampler


#6: No Whey Chocolate Bunny (allergy free)


#7: Surf Sweets Organic Jelly Beans


#8: YumEarth Organic Spring Lollipops


#9: Heaven & Earth Watermelon Wow Taffy Rope


#10: Torie & Howard Chewie Fruities Organic Candy


#11: YumEarth Spring Fruit Gummy


#12: Tree Hugger Bubble Gum Filled Pops


#13: HERSHEY'S SPECIAL DARK Organic Miniatures


#14: YumEarth Organic Jelly Beans


#15: Unreal Chocolate Candy


#16: SmartSweets Lollipops


#17: PUR Gum


#18: Annie's Organic Bunny Grahams



#19: YumEarth Organic Giggles Sour Chewy Candy



#20: ORGANIC Sour Chewy Candies



 

Having a dye free Easter is very doable! Keep reading labels, friends!


No material on this page or site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician. If you haven't heard, a growing body of research and evidence shows that sensitivities/allergies to additives in foods, like synthetic dyes, can lead to an array of neurological symptoms such as increased anxiety, aggression, and hyperactivity. These sensitivities can pose a negative impact on overall cognitive and physical health.


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