For fun, dh and I just mailed a priority mail box to our ds, who lives in Texas (he's 28, happily employed in a great field). Ds loves spicy food, the spicier the better (like habanero and ghost pepper sauces). He's a vegetarian and eats very healthy, but loves to turn up the heat on anything he cooks (he's a great cook). So I filled the box with goofy green "grass". Dh and I went to a Japanese store and bought super spicy snacks and treats, and most of them are not in English (and ds knows not one word of Japanese) . This is some of what we found:
Pistachios coated in wasabi, so they're super hot
A bag of hot ginger candy
A weird little box of something with a goofy anime character on it and lots of cartoon Japanese words and silly pictures. There was a sticker on it that said "spicy candy for eat" but we have no idea what's in it.
Three different bottles of hot sauce, made in Belize, exported to Japan and then here. They say "danger" on them. But the ingredients are in English as well as some other languages, and they contain things like ghost peppers, lime, carrots and horseradish. We bought a bottle for us to try and brave dh tried it, and he thought (when his head stopped being on fire) that they were actually delicious. Way too spicy for us, but ds will pour it over food like it was ketchup.
So that's what is in my ds' "Easter basket". He'll laugh and enjoy it.
Dd doesn't need candy (she will easily overdo it on sugar if she gets the chance), but I bought one little carrot-shaped bag of orange Reese's pieces, and then I got her some lip glosses (found some with the Marvel characters she loves) and a DVD.