Friday, March 30, 2018

Easter Candy

Butterfinger and Nestlé Crunch chocolate eggs!


It wouldn't be Easter without candy!

24 comments:

  1. For me, it's ham. It wouldn't be Easter without ham.
    I wish I didn't love the pig so much.

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    1. I'm thinking of making Scotch eggs for Easter brunch! Ham is good, too!

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  2. Nice photo, very pretty.
    We are going out for Korean food on Sunday.
    No energy to cook or bake.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. We don't have a Korean restaurant anywhere within driving distance. I've never tried it, but I'll bet it's good!

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  3. For me it's Turkey. It wouldn't be a pukka Easter without a roasted Turkey on the table. I can hardly wait.

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    1. No one around here eats turkey for Easter (that I've ever heard of anyway). Ham is traditional. Fried chicken, too!

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  4. Chocolate, definitely! But Easter also means Maultaschen (a traditional Swabian dish) for me, we had my Mum's home-made ones last night at my parents' for dinner.

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  5. Your two choices are not familiar traditions for me. I'm enjoying the new Spanish traditions. I always hated marshmallow PEEPS, but I'm oddly craving them this year. Maybe because they can't be found here.

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    1. They were for sale in the Easter candy display at my local supermarket. I'd never seen them either. Peeps are kind of gross....which you'd quickly remember if you tasted one! I do, however love the Peep Diorama contests that go on at this time of year!

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  6. I used to love eating my kids' Easter eggs when they were young, they didn't like chocolate that much.

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    1. I miss getting Easter baskets filled with candy!

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  7. May I suggest that you hide these eggs away in case Greedy Gregg (whose name rhymes with "egg"!) dives into the bowl and scoffs the lot before you have had a chance to get stuck in.

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  8. oh we don't have these here,, I love Butterfinger bars, ( don't have them here either lol ) you are right,, Easter wouldn't ne Easter without the candy and these are beautiful!!

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    1. Hi Laurie! The gold eggs are the Butterfingers. They are basically milk chocolate with BF candy pieces embedded inside! Yum!

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  9. For me, Easter is all about chocolate.

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  10. Thank You for the fun and very sweet card in the mail today.
    I have been trying to catch up with my mail but I think I failed !
    Have a lovely Easter.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. I thought of you immediately when I saw it! Happy Easter!

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  11. First time in our married life that we are out of town for Easter, no ham dinner and no grandkids. Excuse me while I feel sorry for myself.

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  12. Happy Easter Jennifer, to you, Gregg, Ginger, George and marco.
    Greetings Maria x

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  13. Yum! Memories of my childhood Easter basket!

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