FOOD P*RN: 25 Reasons to be Bad this Easter

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4th Apr, 2012

It goes without saying that Easter desserts must be egg-related, bunny related– bunnies eat carrots so throw anything carrot-related in there too– hot cross bun-related, pastel-related etc, and you get the idea. I think it’s time for the Easter edition of Food P*rn© (yes, I’m looking into the copyrights).

Here we go, 25 Reasons to Stuff your Face this Easter:

1. Cookie Dough Eggs and Chocolate Peanut Butter Nests

 

 

2. Easter Eggs with White Chocolate Mousse filling

 

 

3. Easter Cupcakes baked in Egg Shells

 

 

4. Cheesecake-filled Chocolate Easter Egg with Passion fruit & Mango ‘Yolk’

 

 

5. M&M Suprise Rice Krispie Eggs

 

 

6. Chocolate Brownies baked in Egg Shells

 

7. Hot cross Bun Ice Cream Sandwiches

 

 

8. Hot Cross Bun Strawberry Mess Cake

 

 

9. Chocolate Chip hot cross buns

 


10. Salted Caramel Popcorn with Easter M&Ms

 

 

11. Easter Pretzel Peanut Buttons

 

 

12. Italian Easter Bread

 

 

13. Croatian Easter Bread Rolls

 

 

14. M&M & Pretzel/ Oreo Bunny Cookie Bark


 

 

15. Cadbury’s Cream Egg Cupcakes 

 

16. Chocolate Cream Cheese Easter egg-filled cupcake

 

 

17. Double Chocolate Easter Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting

 

(….and take a break……)

18. Lilac Lavendar Infused Lemonade 

 

(….and on to the cookies)

19. Thumbprint cookies de Pascua

 

20. Easter Egg Macarons

 

 

21. Bunny Macaroons

 

22. ‘Carrot’ Cookies

 

 

23. Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting in a Caramel Jar

 

24. Carrot Cake frosted Scones

 

 

25. Carrot Cake with Maple Cream Cheese

 

Have a Great Easter break lovely readers! 

 P.S. Since it’s Easter, why not do something Eastery and join me on Twitter

 MEANWHILE IN SPAIN …. 

 CLICK TO SEE HOW THE SPANISH CELEBRATE EASTER!

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