Easter is fast approaching and with it comes the overwhelming temptation to succumb to sugar-laden sweets and unethical palm oil filled chocolate treats. But there is good news! You can enjoy treats that treat you (and your family) well. If you’d like to know how to survive Easter without chocolate, then read on!
Let them eat cake – An Easter get together with family or friends definitely calls for cake. So why not serve up a superfood cake. At Frog Hollow all our cakes are sweetened naturally, they are gluten and dairy free and offer a healthy dose of vitamins, minerals and good fats leaving you and your guests feeling light and energetic. These nutrient-rich delights will serve as the perfect centrepiece for your Easter table. Order yours HERE.
Eat a rainbow – Isn’t it funny how those tiny jewel-like eggs catch the eye of your little darlings, faster than you can say “Don’t eat them all at once!”? We all know that eating the rainbow is important, but a foil-wrapped rainbow doesn’t count! Our energy bites aren’t just colourful, (because they’re chock-full of the goodness of fruit and veg) they’re also power packed snacks that will give your kiddies the vitality to get up and go-go-go! Treat the whole family with our largest Pick & Mix Jar; you get sixty bites in ten delicious flavours. Order yours HERE.
Eat chocolate… That’s good for you! – Sometimes in life there is only one solution… And that is chocolate! But don’t just settle for any old chocolate, be discerning in your selection! At Frog Hollow our Raw Cacao Truffles are naturally delicious. Not just because of the things they don’t contain… Like all Frog Hollow products, they are free from gluten, refined sugar and dairy; but also because they’re full of the good stuff. It all starts with our super-hero ingredient Raw Cacao, we add nuts, seeds, berries, natural butters, spices and lots of love to the mix; and something quite magical happens… Order yours HERE.
Chocolate-Free Treasure Hunt for your Easter Bunnies
It’s become a tradition in many households to have an Easter Egg Hunt, but if you’re trying to avoid too much chocolate here’s an alternative treasure hunt, that inspires creativity too, it’s a #winwin situation for your Easter Bunnies.
- Buy several packs of coloured pencils and Easter-themed colouring books.
- Hide the individual coloured pencils around the garden or house.
- Give each of the children attending your treasure hunt an empty pencil box, and send them on their way to fill it up with the correct colour combination.
- When they return with their full pencil box, reward them with a colouring book.
- While the little ones are busy getting creative, reward yourself with a cuppa and a slice of superfood cake!