Mix up your Easter basket with Pick-Your-Mix Raisels

Raisels mixes it up. Image courtesy Raisels
Raisels mixes it up. Image courtesy Raisels /

All Easter baskets will be packed with a variety of chocolates, so why not stand out with something more unique, refreshing, and fun? Pick-Your-Mix Raisels are perfect for spicing up your holiday!

Raisels sent a box of their new Pick-Your-Mix packs and the kids and I love them. And is it just me, or is anyone else so over chocolate at this point? It still feels like Valentine’s Day was last week. I mean, I can’t be the only one with chocolate still leftover.

Needless to say, my taste buds have been searching for something new and Raisels came just in time. Let’s get into the spring season and welcome our senses to it with Raisels!

This Easter, the treats that will stand out are Raisels, not another chocolate egg. And if you have never tried Raisels, you’re missing out. This sweet is criminally underrated.

What’s new about Raisels?

Raisels mixes it up. Image courtesy Raisels
Raisels mixes it up. Image courtesy Raisels /

Pick-Your-Mix is an option that allows you to mix-and-match the Raisels packs you want in your box (up to six flavors). Select 60 pouches for approximately $30  (shipping is free), you can order HERE.

This is perfect for Easter as you can order one box and it’s enough to add a few to some Easter baskets and keep the rest for yourself, or keep them handy in the pantry for an on-the-go snack (this is what I’ll be doing with mine).

Here are the flavors:

  • Watermelon Shock
  • Raspberry
  • Fiesta Pineapple Chili Limón
  • Sours Orange Burst
  • Sours Lemon Blast
  • Sours Fruit Splash
  • Tropical

My favorite flavors are Watermelon Shock and Fiesta Pineapple Chili Limon. Which are yours?

Want some Raisels for Easter (or for fun because you deserve it), but don’t want to purchase a Pick-Your-Mix box? No problem! You can find these at Amazon, instacart, and most massive retailers.

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Which flavors will you be mixing it up with? What is your favorite Easter treat?