Edible Easter Grass

Edible Easter Grass

Putting Easter grass into an Easter basket with the other goodies is an old tradition, but it’s really wasteful. There must be a better way. And now there is. Don’t waste that grass. Eat it. Edible Easter Grass is just another tasty treat, not something to be thrown away after Easter.

There are several colors. Order one and they choose the color, but order several and you get a mix. You get a 1 oz. bag per package. Now everything in your Easter basket is a treat.

  • Several colors and flavors. We choose the color but order several and we’ll give you a mix!
  • 1 oz. (28g) bag. One bag per package.

Eat some of this grass with your jelly beans. See how it goes with chocolate too. Just $3.99 from Stupid.com.

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Conner Flynn

About Conner Flynn

Conner has been blogging for major internet publications since 2007, has authored several Sci-Fi novels and short stories and loves geek/tech toys. His latest project is a new geek toy store over at botropolis.ecrater.com where he hopes to make many geeks happy by making sure they stay young.

2 Responses to “Edible Easter Grass”

  1. This is not a new concept. In fact, it’s been around since 1964, when Willy Wonka invented edible grass in Dahl’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. I think it should be called by its original name:


    Now… if only there were a chocolate waterfall….

  2. Ouch! $64 per pound. Rather expensive candy, eh?

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