If the kids overindulge on Easter eggs - or you just need a little break from the Easter Bunny’s basket - here are our favourite non-chocolate holiday treats to switch to. 

1. Jam tarts

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If they’re hankering after something to eat mid-play, give them these classics - shortcrust pastry cases filled with strawberry jam, apple and blackcurrant jam and lemon curd. If you need to go gluten free, try the alternative from our Free From range.

2. Ice lollies

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When the sun comes out, so do the lollies. Tangy and refreshing, these fruit ices are made with the purée of Scottish raspberries - so the adults can enjoy one too.

3. Bear Claws

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These natural snack bags are made with whole pure fruit and veg for a healthier snack - and high in fibre.

4. Fruit bags

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An 80g serving counts as 1 portion of children's 5 a day fruit and vegetables. Fresh, frozen, dried, canned and juiced all count, but these bags are one of the easiest ways to make sure they get what they need, on the go.

5. Apple crisps

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Kids love crisps, so this is a good way to get them eating more fruit. Ideal for leaving in the car for long journeys and days out, they make handy additions to school dinner pack-ups as well.

6. Fruit salad pots

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One of these fruit pots will provide your kids with 1 of the recommended 5 a day portions of fruit & vegetables. It’s rich in vitamin C too - bonus.

An easy no-chocolate snack recipe - make your own half-term nibbles

If you want to make your own snacks and need to keep the kids happy for an hour or two, this choc-free recipe is perfect for fun family baking.

Easter biscuits

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These biscuits are ideal for half-term baking sessions. They’re great for passing the time with the kids during the Easter holidays, and yummy too.