This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Easter is almost here and we are busy decorating and having fun doing so together. Traditionally, chocolate has been a main staple that the Easter Bunny has brought to fill our baskets.
As my girls get older, I choose to add things like small gift cards, books and hair accessories. This year, the Easter Bunny will be offering the Pure Goodness of Wonderful Halos.
To get into the Easter spirit, we spent some time creating decorations together.
Aren’t they cute? Not only do they hold decorated eggs, they also hold Wonderful Halos and make a very sweet treat.
My girls loved the Halos stickers and we thought of words that represented the Easter season. Love, peace and fun came to mind. For another way to turn your Halos into Easter treats, take a look at the Easter Egg Mandarins activity here.
We are ready for guests during the holiday season. My favorite part about having a basket of California mandarins in the house is that someone is always eating one.
They are convenient, delicious and nutritious. I also find them to be a welcomed choice during a time that often has lots of chocolate. Kids love them. Teens and tweens love them and adults love them too! While we are off next week from school, I know I will be taking them in my bag for on the go healthy treats.
About Wonderful Halos:
As Mother Nature’s naturally sweet snack, Wonderful Halos are California grown mandarins that are convenient, tasty and healthy, and always a good snack choice. Bursting with Pure Goodness, Wonderful Halos are sweet, seedless and easy to peel, and free of common allergens, making them that rare sweet snack that you can feel good about eating.
Don’t forget to add a 5-lb. box of Wonderful Halos to your shopping list. You will be ready for guests, family and all of your children’s friends when those unexpected playdates occur.
One 5-lb. box of Wonderful Halos can provide enough snacks for all your children’s friends, that special family occasion or Easter celebration. Wonderful Halos are in season November through May, and available at your local grocery and in select markets via Amazon Fresh.
For more craft and recipe inspirations, please visit www.halosfun.com for more Easter crafting and party treat ideas.