It’s a given that my kids will get candy in their Easter baskets, but I’m going to make sure Peter Cottontail knows all about UnReal’s Easter Tins that provide them with the chocolatey treats they love, minus all the icky stuff I don’t.
Despite the name, there is nothing “unreal” about the ingredients you’ll find in either of these tins of candy-coated milk chocolate Gems, or dark-and-milk-chocolate Peanut Butter Cups. No corn syrups, GMO’s, hydrogenated oils, artificial colors, or preservatives. But, yes, to chocolates made from fair trade cacao, cane sugar, and cocoa butter.
Having had both of these chocolates, I can attest that the peanut butter cups are creamy and yummy, as they should be. And those colorful, crunchy, candy-coated chocolates taste so good that there’s no way even our pickiest kids would be able to figure out that they get their pretty colors from tumeric extract, beets, and cabbage.
In fact, I’m pretty sure the only thing my kids will notice when they get the 16oz brightly illustrated tin in their Easter basket is that it’s all for them. Well, they may have to share a little bit with me.
Order UnReal’s Easter tins of chocolate from their website for $9.99 each.