As Foxtrot says, “What’s it take to turn a regular Easter basket into an adult Easter basket? Wine.” Indeed, Foxtrot’s Adult Easter Basket includes a Sauvignon Blanc; it’s also stuffed with pastel-hued sweet treats, including dark chocolate eggs and sour gummies. Direct delivery is available in the DFW area.
Royal Blue is now building custom Easter baskets, available for curbside pickup. To get started, call the Highland Park Village store at 214-526-9516, then let a team member know your recipient’s age and your price range. This basket showcases a few artisanal favorites: a raspberry-violet jam, heirloom chocolate, and fresh flowers.
Kate Weiser’s artfully crafted chocolates are now available in Easter-inspired shapes and colors. Chocolate eggs in springtime colors are filled with nut butter or cookie butter “yolks.” Dark chocolate “carrots” contain decadent surprises like chocolate-covered apricots and Jordan almonds. Easter Bunnies can be cracked open to reveal chocolate-covered animal crackers, malt balls, and more. Each creation is too delicate to ship, but local DFW delivery is available.
Magic Hour’s six Easter basket options are as worldly and well-curated as the shop itself. Contents range from edible treats (like preserved Meyer lemons and Earl Grey shortbread cookies) to home goods (like handmade ceramics and African blankets). The baskets are keepsakes, too–made in the Bolgatanga region of Ghana, each is woven with durable elephant grass and topped with a leather handle. Most baskets can be shipped or delivered locally; contact the store for details.
Favor the Kind’s online shop currently features an abundance of kid-friendly Easter gifts, from plush bunnies to rainbow sidewalk chalk. You’ll also find seasonal options for an adult basket and even a few giftable pet products. If you need help finding the perfect Easter gift, DM the shop on Instagram; they’ll send you a few hand-picked suggestions. Online orders can be picked up curbside. All you have to do is find a basket and add a bow.