Fill their Easter baskets with candy - sort of. With the Candylicious Bubbles line of edible bubbles, kids can blow and eat bubbles that taste like candy. And the bubbles come in candy-themed containers, too.
Just in time for Easter, there's a Candylicious Bubbles Chocolate Bunny that comes with two ounces of chocolate-flavored bubble solution. Just pour the solution into the chocolate bunny container, blow the bubbles, chase after them, and eat them.
And under the Candylicious Bubbles Candy Shoppe Bubbles line, there is a red gummy bear container with 0.67 ounces of cherry-flavored bubbles, a green popsicle container with 0.67 ounces of tutti-frutti-flavored bubbles, and a chocolate ice cream cone container with 0.67 ounces of chocolate-flavored bubbles.
The taste of these is actually pretty decent. Sure, nothing can compare to a real piece of chocolate, but it's pretty fun chasing after chocolate bubbles and trying to eat them. The other flavors are nice and sweet. Kids will like the cute candy looks of the bubble bottles, and these will make fun alternatives to the real things in a kid's Easter basket.
The Candylicious Bubbles are for ages 5 and up, and offer a fun new twist for candy-loving kids who also like to blow bubbles.
All of the bubble ingredients are gluten-free, but the bubbles are packaged in a facility that handles dairy, wheat, and soy.
Wash the bubble wand with warm soapy water prior to first use.
The Candylicious Bubbles Chocolate Bunny is $5.99, while the three smaller Candylicious Bubbles sets are $3.99. Each is sold separately.
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