Easter it just around the corner and that means chocolate!
Ganong has got you covered with their line up of gluten-free Easter chocolate and treats.
In Ontario, Ganong products are available at Wal-mart, some Loblaw stores, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Sobeys.
The prize pack will contain one of each of the following Ganong Easter candy:
- 380g Ganong Easter Jelly Animals in compostable bag
- 300g Ganong Panned Eggs in compostable bag
- 250g Ganong MM Eggs in compostable bag
- 300g Ganong Chocolate Cherry Jube eggs in compostable bag
- 225g Ganong Chocolate Cherry cheesecake eggs
- Ganong Delecto boxed chocolates: Milk, Dark, Truffles, and Nut and Caramel, one box of each.
All of these products are clearly marked Gluten Free, and the Easter candy in stand up bags is made of compostable packaging film.
What is your favourite Easter tradition with your kids?
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My most favorite easter tradition visit rabbits to show kidsReplyDelete
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My favourite Easter tradition, that's easy. Egg cracking contest. Two people sit on the floor opposite each other, with your feet touching, and legs in a V so the area between you looks like a diamond. Then you roll your eggs at the same time trying to destroy the other persons eggs. The one who cracks the other persons egg first wins. The winner moves onto the next person, using the same egg, and so on and so on. The person left with the egg with least amounts of cracking wins. Prize - you get to eat your hard boiled egg!ReplyDelete
We used to buy these eggs at Shoppers..inside was chocolate, outside was a real eggshell. Hubby would wrap his head in a towel & pretend to be a magician, wave hands over the eggs & presto..a chocolate egg! We'd let the kids try it with real eggs, which of course, would break. Everyone was in hysterics. It became a tradition until they discontinued the eggs. Fabulous memory & lots of fun!I'm having trouble posting this...Lynne Cresswell Lopes FBReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition with my kids is what my parents did with us when we were kids: hard boil a dozen eggs and then help the kids dye them with an Easter egg colouring kit. We leave them for the Easter Bunny and in the morning the kids look for the hidden eggs, and there are chocolate ones to find too. The kids get a small gift (chocolate, bubbles, sidewalk chalk or a new summer hat for example) and end the day with a family dinner!ReplyDelete
-Erin Waghorn (Facebook)
Our easter tradition may be really silly, but it's something we look forward to every year.ReplyDelete
We make a little bunny in the wild scene on a huge plate that is all edible.
It starts out with green Jell-o, which we set and then mush up an place on the bottom of the plate, which is meant to look like grass.
We make pink blemange bunnies using a bunny mold. After it is set, we put them in the grass.
Next, we get some bananas and slice them for little mushroom stumps, then we put peach halves on top of these stumps, completing the mushroom.
Now for the hilarious part. We sprinkle raisins over the grass. If you ever has a bunny, you would know that they poop like crazy.....thats what the raisins are for.
It's out silly familly tradition that I love very much.
You enter the link to the photo below to see the final product. I hope you like it.
I guess our favourite tradition was the egg hunt. Foil wrapped small chocolate eggs hidden around the main floor.As my children grew, it became a challenge to find places less obvious! They also enjoyed decorating eggs- I eventually switched to hard-boiled...got difficult to 'blow'out the yolk through hole in the bottom of the egg- 3 kids- couldn't get them done fast enough without getting dizzy-LOL. Great memories!ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition is making Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter Eggs) with my son, for the month leading up to Easter. Easter week, we then deliver eggs to friends, family, and people in shelters and retirement homes as well as a few special eggs to my other son's grave site. (Jennifer Gordon-Baker on FB)ReplyDelete
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Our favourite Easter tradition is a scavenger hunt for our daughter on the Saturday and then church and visiting family on the Sunday. She is 11 this year and still wants the hunt but at least we can make it challenging now that she is older!ReplyDelete
Mandy Klein FB
I still love a good old fashion Easter egg outside - weather permitting! We often have rabbits in our backyard and the rabbit poop provides evidence for my 4 year old - He loves finding, then re-hiding the eggs to find them all over again!ReplyDelete
Krystyne Carruthers FB
My favourite Easter tradition with my son and from my childhood is hunting around the house for treats that have been hidden.ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition was probably that we always got to buy an Easter dress for church and get all dressed up. Also loved the chocolate and jellies in my Easter basket and hot cross buns! I haven't had those for years! Used to eat a hot cross bun for breakfast on Easter morning before church.ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition is painting easter eggs. We always used white crayon to write secret messages and then dye the eggs and watch the messages appear. There is nothing prettier than waking up Easter morning to a bouquet of decorated eggs and silly messages from one sibling to the next. Happy Gluten Free Easter everyone!ReplyDelete
My favorite Easter tradition is every year, we'll boil some eggs, and everyone gets to design their own. Then, I hide all the eggs, and then everyone gets a prize for each egg they find. Whoever finds the most eggs wins the grand prize!ReplyDelete
When I was a kid, the easter bunny always came early (on good Friday) to my grandparents house and left us a special easter treat hunt! Each child's gifts were wrapped in a different colour paper and at each hidden gift location there was a riddle/clue as to the location of the next gift. We now continue this tradition at my dads house for my cousin's children (and hopefully in the future, mine too!)ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition is making JELL-O eggs for my nieces and nephews. My husband started this years ago and I am continuing it in his memory. This year our three year old daughter is going to help make Daddy's eggs!ReplyDelete
Debbie Hunt Clarke
My favorite Easter tradition is loading up those little plastic eggs with gluten free treats and hiding them in the backyard, then watching them collect the eggs and share the treats.ReplyDelete
My favorite Easter tradition started when I was a little girl and now I do it with my little girl. We make Easter bonnets. Lots of paper flowers that we paint and ribbons and beads. It is great fun!ReplyDelete
Ooops, I'm not anonymnous, I'm Kathryn Aldrich. Happy Easter!!Delete
My Favorite tradition is the magical jelly beans! Each child gets 5 jelly beans the night before Easter, we go in the yard and make a little hole for them magical jelly beans. In the AM the kids come out to find there jelly beans have turned into massive lollipops (the big color wheel ones). To see there faces light up is awesome!ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition to do with the kids is dye Easter eggs! They love it! They love to get creative with crayons, stickers, different colours of dye, etc. We usually do that a couple days before Easter, then on Easter morning, the kids wake up and hunt for all the treats and eggs that the Easter Bunny left behind the night before.ReplyDelete
Letting our pet bunny run around during the easter egg hunt - He's the official easter bunny of our house!!!ReplyDelete
When the kids were small we use to make cadbury style eggs. They loved choosing the flavor of the cream in the middle. Every year we use to make homemade bunny cards as well. Now that they are grown and having kids of their own i hope they continue on doing this. They live far away and its hard for Nana to be there to help.ReplyDelete
I love hiding chocolate eggs for the kids and visiting my family. Thanks for the opportunity! @robin_westphalReplyDelete
My favorite Easter tradition is the old fashioned egg hunt. Well, with plastic eggs, as my daughter is allergic to the real ones! ;)ReplyDelete
SO fun to watch them run around outside to find all of the hidden treasures!
My best Easter memory was an Easter Egg hunt we had at my best friend Sheri's house - it was just those cheap small eggs, hidden all over for Sheri, her two brothers and I to find, but I totally loved it. Partly because this was finally a game that we were all equals at, partly because the reward was chocolate, and partly because it lasted so long! (all through the year we would come across a couple more eggs!)ReplyDelete
My favorite tradittion has alwasy been an egg hunt. Loading the plasctic eggs with candy and hiding them all over the place. But the best tradition is of course family dinner. lolReplyDelete
Every year I watch my two sons (17 and 19) carefully search and find both new fresh yummy treats and ucky stale things from last year. Uggh. They are so bad at searching. I switch it up every year just to make sure I know what they find that is old, lol. Oldest son is 6'6" and I am 5'4". He is a very smart accounting major and you would think he would figure out that I hide things in places that are shorter than him :)ReplyDelete
We never did an egg hunt when I was little, but somehow it has become a tradition with my children. It's fun to hide the eggs, and then follow the kids around the house trying to help them locate the eggs. (and keeping count so everything is even, and no egg goes forgotten!)ReplyDelete
There was a hotel near my grandparents' house that had an Easter brunch and a pen of chicks and rabbits. We never had the brunch, but we'd stop by after church and pat the animals. One year my dad had my sister and I trick my grandparents into thinking we had brought them home a rabbit as a present. They fell for it completely and we all had a good laugh. My grandparents have both passed away, but I still can't pass a Ramada Hotel without thinking of rabbits and chicks!!ReplyDelete
Michelle Feeley (Facebook)
My Favourite Easter tradition is playing the "hot and cold game". My mother used to play it with me when I was little during my easter egg hunt. I would go all over the house collecting eggs but for the bigger loot she would tell me how close I was getting by telling me I was either "hot" or "cold". She liked to hide the really good stuff in tricky spots :o) I play this game with my three little ones at Easter and they love it!!ReplyDelete
Jennifer Shaw Binaday (Facebook)
My Easter Tradition includes Peeps Marshmallow Chickens and an Easter Egg (marshmallow Peeps) hunt throughout the house - hidden in shoes, planters, sugar jar - followed by a big Turkey Dinner with family and friends!! Of course the best part is finding those stale candies that were never found in the hunt weeks later!! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition was definitely the easter egg hunt when I was a kid! My mom was so good at hiding the eggs in the craziest spots.ReplyDelete
Now that I'm older, it's spending time with my entire family- which is a huge feat for us!
Bianca Colatruglio (Facebook)
We are holding an Easter egg hunt every year - if the weather permits outside otherwise indoors. Decorating the house with all sorts of things like my wooden easter bunny collection from Germany - a huge bunch of twigs from the garden (bring those in way before easter so they starting to have leaves/flowers at easter) and decorate it with hand painted and wooden eggs.ReplyDelete
But my favourite easter tradition is to sow a fast growing herb - usually cress - on a plate and put hardboiled & painted eggs on them so we can eat the eggs with the cress.
Wishing everyone a Happy & Healthy gluten free Easter.
gabi hintelmann (facebook)Delete
Favourite Easter tradition in my family hands down is the egg hunt. We always tried to come up with creative ways to hide the goodies. Part of our tradition is that we (the kids) always got something for a spring activity, so not only were we hunting down candy, we could end up with anything from skipping ropes, sidewalk chalk, bubbles and more. It was always fun finding some stuff marked for someone else..and watching them try to find it themselves..when it got down to the hard part we'd play "warm and cold". Lots of laughter occurred that way because sometimes the goodies/gift was right in front of the person's face and they would miss it completely despite family going 'HOT HOT HOT!"ReplyDelete
Kayla Bendle (facebook)
Our favorite Easter tradition that we do it get all of our family together and we hide Easter eggs filled with treats and prizes all over the yard for the kids to find. They have so much fun and we love watching them:)ReplyDelete
The egg hunt! My little guy may still be a tad young for the tradition, but it was my favorite thing come Easter!ReplyDelete
Tradition has to be the easter egg hunt! This is our first year being Gluten Free (our 5 year old is the reason we are all Gluten Free as he has to be). But we are still doing our best to find all the regular Bunny Treats that he can have so the Bunny can hide the treats and eggs all over the living room for our two boys to find! Gotta love watching them run all over looking high and low and being amazed when they find a egg (our two year old will likely stop to eat more than one!). Excited just thinking about it!ReplyDelete
Favorite Easter tradition: It has to be our Easter Egg Hunt. As my children have grown up besides the usual foiled chocolate eggs we have incorporated other items related to their ages and interests. I type up a list of different items headed with Easter Egg Hunt and the current year. (yes I have them all filed away to make them each a memories book in my later life.) that each have to find. If they come across an item not on their list they are not permitted to inform the other person who is supposed to find it. Each person has to find particular coloured eggs. We always have a timer going and write the time it took each person at the top of their list when they have finished. Although I know what is on my list. I make sure my husband and parents also have list to take part. It certainly does make for a lot of unique ideas to come up with for 'hidden gifts' as my father has arthritis of the spine and can't bend down on the floor to retrieve items and my husband is legally blind (less than 10% vision) and very light sensitive. He can't see more than a a couple of feet in front of him. The children give him 'hot' and 'cold' directives to make it more fun. Now that my children are all in their 20's; I'm sure they participate in our annual Easter Hunt for my sake. It's nice to know they still think of their Mumma though. After all that's what memories are made of...Love and Traditions. (Angela Barnes on FB and MummaB on Twitter @PrivacyIsNumber1@hotmail.com)ReplyDelete
Each year I spend time filling plastic coloured eggs with small Chocolates and Loonies and Twonies for the kids. I set my alarm for 4:30am Easter Sunday and head out in the back yard to hide the eggs. They go all around our achre of land, in the tree fort, in the trees, flower gardens, window ledges, on the grass, or where they seem to land. My children are now 14 and 11 and they still look forward to the event. Really, so do I. I do confess I now put more money in the eggs than chocolate. Traditions are the best!!! CherieAnne YoungReplyDelete
Our Easter tradition is going to visit family in North Carolina. On Easter Saturday the families all go to the graveyard armed with buckets, brushes and soap and the kids clean off the gravestones of all deceased family members and during this time stories are told about their lives! A band plays on a balcony all dressed in period costumes. We then go to a cousin's home for a wonderful family meal and time together. An Easter egg hunt usually occurs during this time. This is a tradition that goes back many years!ReplyDelete
My fondest memory at Easter was collecting all the eggs from around the house and then gathering with my sisters to evenly divide up what we got. We then would trade to get our favourite candies!! I remember one year i ate all my candy in one day and had a sore tummy the next day. At our breakfast spots we also got a massive solid bunny, that i would eat from the head to the tail and some "springy" gift, like a skipping rope or bike accessory. *sigh* i miss the simpler days!!!! Now I don't get anything at Easter :(ReplyDelete
Our favourite Easter tradition is definitely hunting for the hidden Easter eggs!!! I wish someone would hide some for me... is that selfish?? hahaha.. I do it for my daughter but I still want the Easter bunny to visit me!ReplyDelete
First of all I need to say thank you for you safe line of FUN candy for kids and adults alike. You have made Christmas and Easter a delight in our Gluten free home. I asked my kids what there favorite part of Easter is and they all said Easter Egg Hunts. You have made this possible for us, filling plastic eggs with your goodies. Thank you! Thank you@ The only challenge is getting my hands on your goodies. In NB i find it everywhere but now live in Ontario and drive around looking for it. IO will get my hands on it and when I do I will buy lots. Thank you again. Happy Easter to you and your family.ReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition with my kids is to hit small eggs inside lasrge plastic eggs and hide them all through the house...we find them for months.(Laurie Driver Purtell on Facebook- email@example.com)ReplyDelete
Our Easter Egg Hunt was always so much fun for the kids. We would sprinkle green sliced like grass plastic on the floor, the kind they use in easter baskets. We did this so it looked like the bunny hopped about with grass falling off of it as it went. This would help them find the eggs. They always had so much fun doing it every year and my kids do it for their kids now. They also made boiled eggs and coloured them to display for easter. When I was a kid in the 50's my parents bought us an easter bonnet to wear to church. I don't remember much money available for easter eggs though not like today. Linda Brown on face book (blonde hair with my grandkids in the profile pick and a pink pair of glasses for a mirror in the background)as I know there will be more than one Linda Brown on FacebookReplyDelete
. Hoppy Easter
I have three children, aged 6, 4 and 19 months - so every year we are making new traditions. Our middle child was diagnosed with celiac disease a little over a year ago so Easter was our first gluten-free holiday. So we decided to start some special traditions - we met the Easter Bunny who was hiding eggs in the park (and he had a special GF bag all for my girl). And of course the easter egg hunt on Easter morning is great. The kids get up nice and early to search the whole house - my husband and I love to run around with them listening to the shreaks of delight when they find one. We are looking forward to this year when our baby will be old enough to join in. (Alicia DeJong on FB)ReplyDelete
I love Easter egg hunts, exchanging Easter baskets full of yummy gluten free chocolates, and dying eggs. I'm going to add one more thing to my Easter tradition: Cadbury McFlurry! I'll go when they aren't busy and make sure the machine is gluten free :)ReplyDelete
- The Easter Egg Hunt , and trading candies for other candies.
What a great gf give away from Canada's Chocolate Family!ReplyDelete
When my girls were small we would all gather round the kitchen table on Easters eve to dye and decorate Easter eggs, trying to outdo one another using elastic bands, crayons and polishing them up. That night Easter Bunny would visit and leave colourful baskets of chocolate bunnies, eggs and jelly beans and would scatter eggs around the living room for a morning hunt. There would be spring toys such as glass marbles, skipping ropes, balls, sidewalk chalk and maybe hula hoops. Easter dinner was a delicious feast cooked by Dad and enjoyed by extended family as well. Now that everyone is grown up we still enjoy lots of chocolate and Dad's great meal!
(Una Byers on FB)
Joanne McCarthy YanoReplyDelete
Our favourite easter tradition is the ester egg hunt. When we get up Easter Morning - we hunt for eggs, bunnies and other Easter creatures stuffed with candy. The easter egtgs have our names on them and we search all over the living/dining room for them. Some are in obvious places, others are harder to find. Even though we are older now - this is our favourite activity.
Our fav tradition is the Easter egg hunt (and ofcourse dinner with the whole family)ReplyDelete
My favorite Easter tradition to do without kids is egg hunting. They love cracking open the colorful plastic eggs to reveal the treasures within. Twitter:. @bluenoser448ReplyDelete
I don't have children, but Easter was un as a kid. Egg hunts. My Mom would write notes with clues as to where things were. She was awesome. :)ReplyDelete
I have no kids of my own. However, I like to take spend some time with my 2 nephews and niece and colour real eggs and then hide them around the house for them to find on Easter morning. I also make a cake in the shape of a rabbit. They love it.ReplyDelete
I dont have any kids. But my wife would love this basket. Gluten free chocolate is the best combo ever.ReplyDelete
As I kid I used to love finding choc easter eggs around the house
The first thing we do on Easter is go to Church. Then when the kids were small I would hide the eggs in different places and they would spend a long time on a scavenger hunt. Then we would enjoy the rest of the day...but first we would have a little taste of everything. Easter and candy and synonymous.ReplyDelete
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My favourite Easter tradition was always getting up early and dressing the children in new outfits I made personally for them, bundling them in the car and going to Easter Service at our church. The rest of the day we spent talking about what we heard and knew about Jesus and His resurrection.ReplyDelete
Annie Rudy Gingrich on FB
In our house, the favourite easter tradition has always been colouring the hard boiled eggs. Even now ..my kids are 18 and 19 and they look forward to colouring eggs..ReplyDelete
When we have had years when we haven't be able to do it they are always very disappointed. The eggs are always bright and colourful.
Carole Snowden Suckling
Our favourite tradition is an Easter egg hunt, there are always hundreds of chocolate eggs hiding all through the house when the kids get up in the morning. It was the same when I was a kid, I might mention that now my kids are 21 and 19 and they still get as excited as ever.ReplyDelete
We all love Easter in our household...making memories and being with family always makes us happy. My kids and I love dying eggs and decorating them. It's so fun to see them searching for the Easter eggs the Easter Bunny leaves for them...we just love spending time together : ) This is my first Easter GF...I've gotta be careful with what I ingest now as far as chocolate goes...I've been known to be a choc-o-holic...didn't know Ganong had GF chocolate!! YAY!ReplyDelete
Linda Vella on FB - (I've "liked" your FB page)
My kids loved the easter egg hunt...Now that they are all grown up we haven't done it for a couple of years...but this year we will have someone arriving from Ireland and I think I will do it again to add some fun to his first easter here as he arrives just a few days before.ReplyDelete
I like leaving word clues around the house. The first clue leads to the second clue, the second clue leads to the third clue and so on and so on, until eventually it leads to the treasure of goodies.ReplyDelete
i changed it cvihm sharpe, love to win this for my daughter that needs gluten free stuff. tastes great Happy Easter ev1ReplyDelete
Easter is good again now that there are gluten free options :)ReplyDelete
Mine & my brothers Birthday's are around Easter so it's nice to know that I can celebrate properly with chocolate
candy coated choclate eggs...all the way up the stairs...leading right to their bedroom doors...when they awake...OH!! Easter Bunny has been here! Love Ganong Choclate...Deanna HollingerReplyDelete
My Grandpa used to hide Easter eggs around the house for his grandchildren when they would visit Easter weekend. They were jelly beans and they were hidden everywhere!! After we thought the hunt was done, and it was time to go home, we would often put on our shoes to even find some hidden inside!! It's a tradition that my family will carry on to our own children. Candice Dunstan on FBReplyDelete
My favourite Easter tradition is an egg fight .The host of the dinner boils eggs and colours them for the competition.After dinner everyone selects their egg and in pairs we hit each others egg.If your egg cracks then you are out.We continue until only one egg is left.That person is the the winner and usually there is some kind of chocolate prize awardedReplyDelete
Usually our Easter surprises start on Good Friday. We make "surprise visits" to family who are not expecting to see us. We meet up with my brothers and their families and my sisters and their families and go out for Fish and Chips...I usually have chips and coleslaw.ReplyDelete
Then on Saturday we go on an egg hunt with the other kids in the community. My little girl usually ends up with about 5 egss because she shares them with the ones who are younger then her...as long as she has on for each hand and one in her pocket she is happy.
Then on Easter Sunday, we usually have a little egg hunt around the house leading up to her goody basket from the Easter Bunny! Dinner is usually turkey and all the fixings and a few friends who are "lonely" come over and enjoy it with us. Easter Monday is usually a relaxing day spent playing games and eating too much chocolate!
Jennifer Barned-Svensson FB
Thanks for the contest! My favourite Easter Tradition is the Easter egg hunt. My kids hunt for coloured eggs and then trade the eggs in for a matching (coloured) surprise bag with face paints, crafts, and healthy treats in them! Sarah Bird on FB :)ReplyDelete
My fav. Easter tradition growing up was the morning Easter-egg hunt. My parents would, the night before, hide small chocolate eggs (the kind wrapped in foil) around the main floor of the house, and on Easter morning my sisters and I would get up and race around trying to find the eggs.ReplyDelete
My parents were pretty specific afterward to get us to divvy up the spoils, especially when my seven-years-younger sister got in on the fun ;)
Only then could breakfast be eaten and preparations be made (in a rush) for church. I'm 25 now and I still go home for Easter every year that I can - and my parents still hide eggs. Sometimes we find them months afterwards, hidden in some little nook or cranny. They're still delicious.
@arielletje on Twitter.
My favourite tradition with my children is buying lots of the foil covered chocolate eggs and hiding them all over the house. They are older now and it is still something we continue to do. The hiding places become more and more unique every year! There have been some years where the kids have found chocolate eggs long after the Easter Bunny left our house ;)ReplyDelete
Kim Dempsey-Calman on Facebook :)
My favourite tradition, since I don't have kids is taking my dog (who I consider to be my kid at the moment) to the National Service Dog, Easter Egg Hunt. It raises money, to help train dogs that work with children with Autism. It is a great time seeing all the different dogs, some even dressed up in Easter outfits and is for a great cause.ReplyDelete
My favorite easter is yet to come when my next Ganong candy order arrives. Happy Ganong Easter! From a Ganong in Arizona.ReplyDelete
My children are grown now but continue the same family Easter tradition that I started with them. When they were little, Easter Bunny would come to our house and leave little paper footprints everywhere....leading them to their treats. This was started when they were very young and didn't really understand the concept of hidden treats. However, from there, it became such a tradition, that it continued well into their teenage years!!! When they asked why are the Easter Bunny's footprints paper I would answer as follows: Well, Easter Bunny knows that if he leaves muddy footprints all over the house that moms and dads might be upset. Therefore, when he leaves the house, he touches his nose and the footprints turn from mud to paper. Our daughter now continues this tradition with our 3 year old granddaughter and our son impressed his girlfriend with the same tradition. It's amazing how a little creativity can lead to such a wonderful tradition. Marilyn NigroReplyDelete