Make Eggs-tra Special Easter Baskets With This Edible Grass From Target | Just $2 Per Bag!

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Target has eggs-actly what your Easter treats need!

You know Target is taking Easter to a whole new level when they are stocking the shelves with edible green grass?!? Even sweeter, we carrot believe that this Galerie Easter Edible Grass is just $2.09 per bag – available in-store and online with order pickup or same-day delivery.

Just be sure not to egg-nore this fun find, as we’re guessing it won’t be available for long!

This edible green grass is perfect for decorating, snacking, and of course, Easter baskets. With a stretchy, licorice-like, gummy texture, this tasty grass is green apple flavored and does not contain any of the 8 major allergens.

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We love the idea of this edible grass as it replaces that plastic grass filler (that gets everywhere) and eliminates waste! This would be an easy way to make your kiddos Easter baskets a little eggs-traordinary this year!

Hop to it! Make the first of many tasty Easter treats!

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  1. Emily

    We got some of those last year (different brand) and it was just a big mess. I tried to make little birds nests with it and that didn’t work either. I guess the plastic grass is a big mess too so pick your poison 🤷🏻‍♀️😂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      DARN! Sorry to hear it was so messy! Thanks for sharing with us, Emily!

    • CJ

      Is it sticky?

      • Deb the Bee

        No. But it is brittle. You can’t really bend it. It already comes in a nest-like shape, but there’s a limit on how you can shape it. The closest I can describe the taste is like a communion wafer.

        • Shutterbug Lisa

          😂 That sounds awful!

  2. evelynlo96

    What’s up with this new Spritz brand? I kind of like their products. Has it always been around?

  3. Dlila

    I used these when my daughter was little, probably her 1st – 3rd Easter because I was worried she might accidentally eat the plastic grass. It worked out great and we just threw it away after Easter. Great for small baskets!

  4. MommySpendsLess

    I use the paper shreds. It’s not quite as messy as the plastic grass because it doesn’t get as staticky and if a few bits hide out on the carpet my vacuum seems to be able to handle it better than the plastic kind. I also re-use both the basket and the paper shreds from year to year. When my daughter was younger she didn’t seem to notice and if she had I would have compared it to Santa putting gifts in the same stocking every year.

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