With Easter around the corner, there’s no better time than now to start looking for Star Wars Easter basket ideas for the kiddos.
In the past, you’ve stuffed your baskets with candy, peeps, and a bunch of nonsense. But if there’s a Jedi wannabe in the family, you can’t make the same wookie mistake this year.
If you feel like your baskets have been lacking some force, we have just what you’re looking for. We did the homework for you and found the best Star Wars Easter basket ideas that will make this the best holiday ever.
Got a fan of digital pets? We found an R2-D2 Tamagotchi.
A fan of drones and airplanes? There’s a Baby Yoda Helicopter that actually hovers mid-air.
Someone with an insatiable sweet tooth? There’s a Mandalorian chocolate bomb and a set of Star Ship chocolate-covered Oreos.
Best of all? There’s something for every budget. Check them out then be sure to browse through all of our unique kids gifts for more ideas!
Easter Star Wars Ideas
Easter Bunny Mandalorian Basket
It’s an Easter bunny basket! It’s a bounty hunter! That’s right – this adorable 3D-printed basket combines three things that will make your little fan squeal with joy.
This handmade basket can be used year after year and you can even turn it into a pencil holder or planter once Easter is over.
Set of Starship Chocolate Double Stuf Oreos
You don’t need to travel to a galaxy far, far away to find the most epic Star Wars gifts, and this set of Millennium Falcon starship Oreo treats proves it. It’s one of those beautiful culinary creations that’ll make you want to snap a picture from every angle before digging in.
The box contains 12 cookies, and they each come wrapped in cellophane and tied with a cute ribbon.
Grogu, also known as Baby Yoda, has taken the world by storm. And now you can help this little creature take over the sky. Using infrared motion sensitive technology, the Baby Yoda Helicopter can detect any objects that are nearby and avoid them.
All you’ve got to do is turn it on, kick it into action, and place your hand underneath to keep it hovering up in the air. Despite the ridiculously affordable price tag, it's one of the most advanced electronic toys we’ve ever seen.
Why settle for boring old Easter candy when you can have Star Wars-themed PEZ instead? Bring some geeky deliciousness to this year’s Easter party with this The Mandalorian & The Child PEZ Dispenser set. It comes with 6 refills, two dispensers, and a convenient gift box. Once the candy is gone, the packages make a great collector's item.
Easter just got a whole lot yummier with this Star Wars milk chocolate bomb. Aside from being an incredible way to start the day, the chocolate ball can be combined with different candy melts, salted caramel, cinnamon, lucky charms, and more.
Just place the bomb on a mug, pour some hot milk on top, and enjoy a hot cup of creamy chocolate goodness.
Custom Name Itty Bitty Baby Yoda Plushie
If there’s something the whole world— or ahem, the whole galaxy — can agree on is that Baby Yoda is the cutest character in the franchise. Bring this adorable Jedi plushie into your home by stashing it in your kids’ Easter Basket.
The tiny Yoda (6.5" wide by 4" high) makes a great stocking stuffer, party favor, piñata filler, and more. Oh, and you can even personalize it with your child’s name!
Star Wars Easter Basket Crayon Set
The only problem with this Star Wars Easter crayon set? We’re not sure your little Stormtrooper will actually want to use them. They’re just TOO cute!
The set comes with 3 crayons that are shaped like their favorite Star Wars characters, like Darth Vader, Yoda, the Mandalorian, Han Solo, and the Mandalorian insignia. With these crayons, you won’t definitely have to worry about the kids getting bored during Easter.
You can never have too many stickers, right? Whether they’re fans of Chewbacca, Darth Vader, Baby Yoda, or The Mandalorian, this basket stuffer is an easy way to tell your kids, “I love you to the Death Star and back”.
Having your own R2-D2 Tamagotchi is a dream come true for any Star Wars fans. Keep your little droid happy by playing the two mini-games that come with it. You can unlock 7 mini-games, plus there are 19 skills for R2-D2 to learn.