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    Thanks EmPowering great ideas.

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    enjoy haha jealous I have to wait a week til I'm back home to eat my bunnies !

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    last year i did choc chip cookies with broken up easter eggs but this year i couldn't be bothered.

    i binned the cheap chocolate and have put the red tulip and cadbury eggs away out of the kids view and will dole them out sparingly over the next few months

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    You could donate them to a local youth refuge. They would be grateful for the act of giving at least.

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    DD use to get given so much stuff at easter it was incredible. Normally she will get a bit from DH and i, but mostly she gets a few presents instead of chocolate.

    This year she ended up double from the easter bunny because we got her stuff from the easter bunny but she ended up going away with family and my sister got her the same things as her kids, so she got that plus what we gave her. most of it has been put up in the cupboard and she gets a tiny bit every now and again.

    My friend's son doesn't like easter eggs if they are broken, so she usually 'accidentially' breaks the excess so he wont touch them then makes choc chip cakes/muffins/biscuits with them.

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    This is what is left in our fridge. The bucket was over flowing, plastic bag full & bottom of the door lined with half eaten bunnies.

    I've made muffins & put a solid egg in the middle of each one.
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    What about a cheesecake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkandSandy View Post
    I can't believe how much chocolate people give a 6 month and 23 month old for easter! Yes 6 months and she got more chocolate than I could eat in a year and I love chocolate. I really don't know what some people were thinking....

    Anyways enough of my ranting.

    I was hoping there was some hubbers on here with some easy but yummy recipes I could make with some of the chocolate. Even better would be recipes that you can freeze and that the littlies can eat so at least that way they are getting there their Easter pressies. Hmmm actually any recipes would help as I hate the thought of throwing it all out in 6 months when it's not good anymore. TIA
    How about I make life easier for you? I'm going to send you a PM with my address details and you can send them to me. I'll get rid of them for you ASAP.
    Don't mention it. You're welcome ; )

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    I'm in exactly the same situation. We have enough chocolate to last this family until next Easter, it's ridiculous. I have a batch of chocolate brownies cooking in the oven as we speak - got that from the taste.com.au app. Also planning to make some rocky road as that is something easy that the kids can help make. Muffins sound like another good idea.


 

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