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What kind of recipes can you come up with for using Easter Candy.

Here's mine:

Easter Peep Smores:
2 graham cracker squares,
2 peeps,
1 small chocolate rabbit.

Put 2 peeps on 1 graham cracker square, chocolate rabbit on other square. Put in microwave for 10 to 15 seconds (I'm guessing) just until they get soft and goey or roast the peeps over an open fire.
Put the two halves together and eat like a smore.


Do not feel guilt at the death of the peeps and rabbit.:D
 

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What kind of recipes can you come up with for using Easter Candy.

Here's mine:

Easter Peep Smores:
2 graham cracker squares,
2 peeps,
1 small chocolate rabbit.

Put 2 peeps on 1 graham cracker square, chocolate rabbit on other square. Put in microwave for 10 to 15 seconds (I'm guessing) just until they get soft and goey or roast the peeps over an open fire.
Put the two halves together and eat like a smore.


Do not feel guilt at the death of the peeps and rabbit.:D
Oh, How could you! That's morbid! I can't stand it. :D
You beast you!:p and you seemed so sweet and Grandmotherly when I met you. I guess I didn't get to know the dark side! :D
 

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Easter Peep Smores:
2 graham cracker squares,
2 peeps,
1 small chocolate rabbit.
Just to completely thumb your nose at PETA, substitute graham crackers with animal crackers. Each one has the added benefit of being lower in calories (though you aren't support to just chow down on them, either.)
 

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Oh, How could you! That's morbid! I can't stand it. :D
You beast you!:p and you seemed so sweet and Grandmotherly when I met you. I guess I didn't get to know the dark side! :D
I'm a member of this forum, you should have known I had a warped side.

Jim wanted to know What kind of noise the Peeps when you roast them over an open fire - do they shreek in agony. :eek:
 

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And then there are Cadbury eggs, but is there really such a thing as left over cadbury eggs?
Kind of like left over wine...or Amaretto, or Baileys irish cream... :D
 
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