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6 Local Easter Treats and Sweets Worth Adding to Your Easter Basket

Here are six different Indianapolis Easter treats that are almost too cute to bite into, all from companies that are owned or co-owned by women.
A photo of an Easter basket with assorted foods and sweets

With Easter just around the corner, hop to these local businesses for some festive and delicious Easter treats to give to someone elseor enjoy for yourself. Here are six unique and different Indianapolis Easter treats that are almost too cute to bite into, with the added bonus of being from businesses that are owned or co-owned by women.

DIY MARSHMALLOW EGG KIT FROM BECKY THE BAKESTER

Looking for an Easter activity to do with family and friends? Becky Lane, owner of Becky the Bakester, has exactly what you need. This DIY marshmallow egg kit includes 6 milk chocolate eggshells, gourmet marshmallow fluff, Oreo crumbs, Graham cracker crumbs, bunny and carrot decorations, and Easter sprinkles so you can create your own Easter delights. You can order this bundle of fun for delivery or head to Market Wagon in Indy. The kit retails for $25 and there is also a gluten-free option.

MILK CHOCOLATE CADBURY EGG CAKE FROM THE FLYING CUPCAKE

Kate Bova Drury is the owner behind the deliciously crafted creations at The Flying Cupcake. This Easter, they are offering a Milk Chocolate Cadbury Egg Cake. The 5” round chocolate cake is layered with Cadbury cream cheese icing, wrapped with milk chocolate ganache, and topped with a chocolate buttercream nest, two Cadbury creme eggs, and metallic gold flair! Order online through Easter for $64.95.

 
 
 
 
 
 
SOMEBUNNY LOVES YOU EASTER BASKET FROM SUGAR FACTORY

Get ready: Sugar Factory is coming to Indianapolis! Owner Charissa Davidovici has decided to bring this fun-loving brand to Circle Centre Mall and is offering a SomeBunny Loves You Easter basket, complete with all the sweet essentials. It includes a variety of candies including their pastel Poofy Pop, Poppin Corn White Cheddar popcorn, two Milkshake Bars, sour bites, garden worms, Peeps gummies, a lollipop ring, a Reese’s white creme peanut butter egg, mini M&Ms, Airheads, and their signature Sugar Factory yellow duck. This incredible basket retails for $39.

CHOCOLATE-COVERED STRAWBERRIES FROM TWEETY’S SWEETIES

This Black woman-owned business is headed up by NaTasha Pepper, who is the creative mind behind these unique sweets. Enjoy Tweety’s carrot-themed, chocolate-covered strawberries that are the cutest addition to your Easter treats. These fresh strawberries dipped in premium chocolate and covered in cookie crumbles are sure to be a festive favorite. Order a dozen of these treats for $36.

BREAKFAST EASTER TRAY FROM THE BOUNTIFUL BOARD

Christy Johnson is the talent behind The Bountiful Board, a customizable charcuterie board businessneed we say more! Her creations include this Breakfast/Candy Easter Tray that is beautifully arranged with all of the treats you need like a glazed donut with sprinkles, two cinnamon rolls, a yogurt smoothie, a fruit cup, a chocolate bunny sucker, Rice Krispy treats, a surprise-filled egg, iced sugar cookies by Cookies By Jeri, and chocolate marshmallow treats by Becky the Bakester. These festive boards start at $25.

COLOMBA EASTER CAKE FROM GOOSE THE MARKET

If you’re looking for a decadent treat to upgrade your Easter holiday this yearlook no further than Goose the Market. Owned by Chris and Mollie Eley, the gourmet market is offering a designer “Colomba” Easter Cake in a Dolce & Gabbana tin. This is a traditional Italian cake served at Easter and is made in the shape of a dove. Choose from fillings like candied peaches and amaretto cream (made by a family bakery near Milan since 1847), or chocolate drops. Salivating yet? Order for delivery, or pickup for $34.

Megan Lilly is the Editorial Intern for Indy Maven.

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