Money--This one's my favorite. A few rolls of quarters, dimes, and nickels and the kids will love hunting for some change.
Trail Mix--You can pick up some ready made mix or make your own. I love making a mix of cranberries, white chocolate, and pumpkin seeds.
Stickers--The Dollar Tree carries a huge variety of stickers from seasonal to character. And they make a great filler for Easter eggs.
Cheddar Bunnies--My little ones love goldfish and cheddar bunnies are a fun seasonal treat. Plus they're not loaded with sugar.
Legos--My eight year old is obsessed with Legos and they make a great addition to an egg hunt.
Balloons-- Punch balloons, water balloons, party balloons... they're all great ideas for filling Easter eggs.
Bracelets--My daughter loves getting little bracelets, rings and jewels so they make a fun addition to Easter egg hunting.
Playdoh--Homemade playdoh or small containers... what a fun idea!
Bubbles--Dollar Tree carries small containers of wedding bubbles that fill perfectly in an Easter egg.
Cars--Again, dollar store has a great selection for little boys.
Really I'm probably going to pick up a variety of all of these for Easter this year. We have a variety of ages and genders and it should be fun to see the surprised looks on their faces.
What are your favorite Non-Candy Items for Filling Easter Eggs?