More Healthy Easter Treats and Ingredient Substitution Tips

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Cadbury Easter Candy Eggs

Well, the Easter Round Up of Healthy Treats including (Healthy Candy and Candy Alternatives) was just so much fun to put together.

I really was overwhelmed by all of the creativity out there.

So overwhelmed, in fact, that I just couldn't help myself and ended up adding even more treats to the mix.

Wait 'til you see the new healthy yummy treats that I've added for you today.

I know that I, for sure, am going to be storing these great ideas for use in the future.

They'd be great not only for Easter, but all year round.  (Like for my husband's birthday, which is this week).

I'm sharing a little preview to “whet your appetite further” for some yummy, healthy Easter ideas, but also some ingredient substitutions since I know that a lot of my readers are on special diets (like we are).

Here are some preview photos of what you'll find when you hop on over (yes, pun intended) to my post on Healthy Easter Treats Galore (chocolate included!).

How about:

Healthy Candy Bars

Candy Bars!

Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy Recipe

Chocolate Peanut Butter Delights

Healthy Easter Candy

Chocolate Cake Easter Pops

Dairy Free Coconut Fudge

Coconut Citrus White Fudge

To help you all out while you're perusing these great recipes, here are some ingredient substitution ideas to make adapting these fabulous recipes easier for you and your family.

I'll have to work on a future post with more substitutions, but I hope this gives you a good start!

I truly hope that this list and the creative genius of these great bloggers gives you inspiration to make your Easter Celebration just a little more joyous and a whole lot more healthy.

Do you have special plans for Easter this year?

Shared at Skip to My Lou.

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  1. Can you tell me type coconut oil you use. Extra virgin Expellor? Thank Still learning.

    • I use 2 kinds. Expeller pressed from Tropical Traditions when I don’t want coconut taste. Organic when I want the taste (non expeller pressed). You can get both from Tropical Traditions. They have a nice deal w/ a free cookbook when you place your first order with them. See the link in my sidebar.

  2. hey stranger-

    we need to catch up!

    given that we are copper high over here…i’m going to start more with the pumpkin seeds..

    that coconut citrus fudge will be made soon. sounds heavenly…

    thanks for stopping by creative juice, adrienne…

  3. Wonderful! I am scouting out special treats for my granddaughters. They are going to try the GAPS diet to see if it will help stop the seizures my granddaughter is plagued with. It seems so overwhelming!

  4. Hi Adrienne,
    What great Easter Treats, I want to try them all! Hope you have a fabulous Celebration Week End and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  5. These all look SO good – but I think that Coconut Citrus White Fudge is my favourite 🙂 Thank you for sharing the wonderful ingredient substitution tips too. I love it when healthy is delicious too!

  6. Would it be too forward of me to jump through this blog and cover you in kisses?! I have all of these links Pinned but what a resource this post is! Thanks for all you do!