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What are your family’s favorite Easter traditions? According to a survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hi-Chew candy, making Easter dinner tops the list for most Americans. That’s one tradition you’ll still be able to do this year, as long as you can find enough ingredients.

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The coronavirus has put other Easter traditions into question. For example, Easter egg hunts won’t be the same. Sure, you can hide a few eggs in your backyard. Otherwise, it will either involve counting how many pictures of eggs your neighbors put in their windows or some sort of online version.

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Church services will have to be online. So will visiting extended family, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As for dyeing eggs, you might not want to because of how scarce and expensive eggs have become.

Top 10 Family Easter Traditions For 2020 (Real or Virtual)

  • Making Easter dinner: 53% (REAL)
  • Easter egg hunt: 52% (VIRTUAL)
  • Eating candy: 50% (REAL)
  • Taking family photos: 46% (REAL)
  • Dyeing eggs: 42% (REAL)
  • Making gift baskets: 42% (REAL)
  • Visiting extended family: 41% (VIRTUAL)
  • Attending church services: 40% (VIRTUAL)
  • Making Easter arts and crafts: 35% (REAL)
  • Taking photos with the Easter bunny: 35% (PHOTOSHOP)

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