EDITOR’S NOTE: This is our running post on Aldi’s non-food Easter products, including Easter basket fillers like toys, as well as kitchen items such as egg cookers and egg dyeing kits. We will update this post with new products throughout the season, so be sure to check back in. Read our post about Aldi’s Easter food products here.
Ambiano Egg Cooker
Thoughts: This comes in several colors and has a 6-egg capacity. It includes a poaching tray, omelets tray and measuring cup with egg piercer. It’s advertised as being perfect for omelets, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, poached, deviled eggs and more.
Full review: here
Crofton Spring Silicone Bakeware
Cost: $3.99 each
Thoughts: These are available in assorted colors.
Dudley Easter Egg Decorating Kit
Cost: $1.89 each
Thoughts: Choose decorating kits or coloring cups. I haven’t purchased this specific kit, but I usually do pick up our egg decorating kits from Aldi each year, and they’re usually as good as any other kits on the market.
Huntington Home Tin Easter Basket
Huntington Home Easter Egg & Grass Assortment
Thoughts: These come in assorted colors.
Bee Happy Easter Animal Plush
Thoughts: Choose from dogs, bunnies, and chicks. My family hasn’t bought these specific plush toys, but my children own several other plush stuffed animals from Aldi, and they are good quality. They tend to hold up well and rarely develop holes that need to be stitched back together.
Aldi has plenty of other toys to fill Easter baskets, including Play-Doh, Hot Wheels cars, L.O.L. Surprise dolls, bubble wands, sidewalk chalk, art supplies, and more. Be sure to check out the shelves at your local store.
Bee Happy 5-Inch Easter Mini Plush
Thoughts: These are about as inexpensive as they get. Choices include a rabbit or a narwhal.
Bee Happy 26″ Spring Pillowchum
Thoughts: These come in assorted varieties, including a rabbit.