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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Easter Candy for Anybunny's Budget

Posted By on Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 4:48 PM

You can gnaw on the box when you're done with what's inside. - CHARLES CHOCOLATES
  • Charles Chocolates
  • You can gnaw on the box when you're done with what's inside.
We totally live for candy-coated holidays, and Easter is no exception. Forget the Peeps and instead peep these confectionery suggestions for all budgets:

Under $75

For the special people who have Easter birthdays or just really deserve something exquisite right about now, Charles Chocolates' Bunny Collection ($60) offers nine whimsically decorated chocolate covered fleur de sel caramels and nine chocolate covered caramels in a completely edible box made of white and bittersweet chocolate.

  • Recchiuti
Under $25

Recchiuti's Force Noir Eggs ($23) are strikingly beautiful, and -- unlike so many Easter orbs -- don't skimp on the rich filling inside. They're split in half, which helps cut down on the craving to devour the whole box in one sitting. (It doesn't necessarily encourage sharing, though, and may even inspire a little greed.)

click to enlarge T. PALMER
  • T. Palmer
Under $10

Like most of its confections, See's Candies' Bunny Box ($6) is a pretty great quality value. This assortment features milk chocolate bunnies, dark and milk chocolate eggs, and the company's awesomely creamy lollipops.

  • T. Palmer
Under $5

Easter candy has totally stepped up its game since you were a kid. We raided our local Walgreens yesterday and found so many super-cute items under $2 that we're sure we drew stares from other customers as we stood there and narrowed the field down. Our favorites: About two Halloween mini-packs' worth of M&Ms housed in a choice of pastel-colored tins ($1.67) and this orange egg, which used to contain two peanut butter filled Reese's bunnies (99 cents).

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