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    Default 10 Great Easter Treats that Aren't Candy

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    10 affordable treats that work for both Easter baskets and egg hunts
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    That link didn't work.

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    It's a slideshow. There's an arrow on the right side of the image, above the purple egg.
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    For me, the link did work: but I haven't found a solution to MY Easter-egg puzzle which is - if I don't give MyLovelyMan (in his mid-50s) a chocolate egg/rabbit/similar, just as an Easter token - what CAN I give him? He's trying, he's trying - really, really - to eat sensibly and lose some weight and sweets/chocolate are not going to help.

    Obviously, I'm not thinking expensive, costly, major gift: just a "something" that will say Easter without saying FAT WAISTLINE.

    Any suggestions, here, please?

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    Don't you have sugar-free chocolates in the UK? The US brand is Russel Stover and they have several novelty candies, plus regular boxes of confectionary made with sugar substitutes.

    The same company has Weight Watcher's branded candies by Whitman. Weight Watchers Chocolates and Candies by Whitman's

    You must have something like this over there.
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