Your easter egg hunt needs to suit you. Do not be made to feel you have to dose your child up with chocolate at easter I know its scrunny but if it makes your kid hyper or sick remember it’s your choice. At least for the next few years.
You can go down the chocolate route:
Buy a pack of mini eggs, wrap each one in tin foil and go on a family outing to your local park (or just your garden, if you’re lucky enough to have a large space). While your partner keeps the kids entertained, you can hide the eggs in various (fairly accessible) spots, whether it is behind trees or in flower beds. If you want to go the whole hog, either you or your partner can dress up as an Easter bunny and give your kids a real surprise! Tell them no one can eat any till each child has found at least 5! Stops them being over-competitive.
You can also avoid the chocolate route:
You could hide cut out paper eggs of a different colour for each child. Once they have all 10 paper eggs they get their Easter treat. This is just as much fun and the treat could be a colouring book.
This idea is from my latest ebook: