11 Easter Baskets for Adults Who Never Want to Grow Up

That would be all of us.

When you think of Easter baskets, tiny toys and kid-friendly treats come to mind. But that doesn't mean the adults have to go empty-handed! These curated bushels touch on every personality: the night owl home from college, your beauty-obsessed daughter-in-law, and yes, even you! Bonus: They're all under $120 (and you can cherry pick your faves to make it even easier on your budget).

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The Bartender Basket

1. Royal Imports Willow Handwoven Easter Basket, $12, ; 2. Beer IQ Party Game, $20, ; 3. Himalayan Salt Shot Glasses, $20, ; 4. Oil Slick Bar Cocktail Shaker Set, $30, ; 5. Wine Stain Removing Wipes, $7,

These tools are a step up from his original bar set. The iridescent shakers add a splash of fun, while the himalayan salt shot glasses make tequila shots seem sophisticated. Test his Beer IQ against yours, then clean up with the wine wipes. 

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The Beauty Basket

1. Cathy's Concepts Monogrammed Cosmetic Case, $29 and up, ; 2. Invisibobble Traceless Hair Ring, $8, ; 3. Cover FX Perfect Light Mini Highlighter, $10, ; 4. Pacifica 10 Well Eye Shadow, $16, ; 5. Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask to Quench Skin's Thirst, $17,

Even the biggest beauty YouTubers would lust over these trendy picks. Pacifica's palette and Cover FX's highlighter will give her a glow during the day and Origin's mask will rehydrate overnight. She can tie back her hair with an Invisibobble — it's made to preserve her blowout. Pack it all up in a monogrammed cosmetic case — that's the basket!

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The Bookworm Basket

1. Project 62 Round Woven Basket, $20, ; 2.  Adjustable Reading Stand, $11, ; 3. Literary Candles, $16, ; 4. Personal Library Kit, $14, ; 5. The Women in the Window: A Novel, $16,

With Amazon's best-selling reading stand and literary-inspired candles, you've just given her the makings for the perfect book marathon. When someone wants to borrow a paperback based on her recommendations, the personal library kit will help her keep tabs on where her books are vacationing. 

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The Sugar Basket

1. Royal Imports Willow Handwoven Easter Basket, $12, ; 2. Little Secrets Toasted Coconut Dark Chocolate Pieces, $9, ; 3. Marsha's Buckeyes Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter Candy, $19, ; 4. Cheers Confection Cube, $7, ; 5.'Money on Honey' Wildflower Honey Caramels in Dark Chocolate, $20, ; 6. Stud Buckets Key Lime Sublimes Cookie Bites, $25,

Forget about peeps and milk chocolate, these decadent treats are for true sweets enthusiasts. We're talking tasty toasted chocolate, champagne-inspired gummmies, and homemade dark chocolate and peanut butter. The kids can keep their jelly beans.

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The Homebody Basket

1. Spritz Gold Bucket, $4, ; 2. Netflix Ice Cream Couch Spoon, $22, ; 3. Halluci Cozy Fleece Slippers, $18, ; 4. Set of 2 Cacti & Succulents Journals, $17, ; 5. Anthropologie Narrative Mug, $10, ; 6. Monique Lhuillier Alix Votive, $9,

With a new tea mug, ice cream spoon, and cozy slippers she'll always have the perfect excuse to stay in. Once she's gotten her Netflix fill, the candle holders (from !) offer the perfect ambiance for some late-night journaling. 

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The Early Riser Basket

1. Project 62 Round Wire Basket, $20, ; 2.Phone Storage Workout Bottle, $15, ; 3. Dash Mini Griddle, $15, ; 4. Perfect Morning Candle, $19, ; 5. Aim High Notebook, $3,

Because Mom hasn't slept past 7 a.m. since before you were born: A mini griddle makes the perfect breakfast sammie for one, and a coffee-scented candle will enhance her morning cup. Once she's finished with breakfast, it's to-do list time: This fun notebook will make her want to check things off.

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The Night Owl Basket

1. Project 62 Round Wire Basket, $20, ; 2. Not a Morning Person Pin, $10, ; 3. Team No Sleep T-Shirt, $20, ; 4. Dimmable String Lights, $14, ; 5. Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream, $31,

The family member who shines after dark will extra-appreciate the glow these string lights bring. For the morning: A little under-eye cream to help out with those bags and some apparel to let everyone know she'd rather be sleeping. 

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The Movie Buff Basket

1. Threshold Round Seagrass Wicker Storage Basket, $19, ; 2. MoviePass Subscription, $10 per month, ; 3. VHS Pillow Case, $5, ; 4. Salbree Microwave Popcorn Popper, $16, ; 5. Pixar Minimalist Posters, $12,

No point in adding to his movie collection — he has them all! Instead, MoviePass let's him binge as many theater showings as he wants, for just $10 a month. For the at-home viewing: The Salbree Popper also functions as a bowl, so he can go straight from the microwave to the couch. The pillowcase and the posters, well, they're just cool accessories for his home theater.

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The Sports Basket

1. NFL Fabric Storage Bin, $17, ; 2. Golfer BBQ Set, $26, ; 3. NFL Metallic Tumbler, $20, ; 4. Baleaf Men Quick Dry Workout Running Shorts, $17, ; 5. Philadelphia Eagles Best Dad Sign, $20, ; 6. Hockey Puck Chillers, $15,

He'll feel like it's game day even when it's off-season with his sign on display and tumblr in hand — and when it's time for the big match, he's got his BBQ set to fire up the grill and his chiller to make sure it's an extra cold one. Pack it all in this NFL storage bin and he'll be chanting that you're number one. 

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The Tech Basket

1. Spritz Gold Bucket, $4, ; 2. Aluminum Desktop Charging Stand, $25, ; 3. Puridea Portable Charger, $11, ; 4. Tile Key Finder, $60, ; 5. Atari Plug & Play, $10,

No, buying for your tech-obsessed son doesn't need to be pricey. These inexpensive gifts accentuate his pricier gadgets. He can game on the Atari on his 4K TV, power (and proudly display) his iPhone X using the charging stand, or charge it on the go using the Puridea portable charger. Most important: The Tile, a GPS tag he can put on his favorite gadget to make sure it never goes missing. 

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