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    Name your poison

    The snow, sleet and freezing rain is coming down in my little part of the world but Spring and most importantly, Easter candy is just around the corner. So what is your personal preference/poison: Peeps, jelly beans, malted milk eggs, peanut butter eggs? My vote is for jelly beans - the fruity kind.

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    chocolat covered marshmallow eggs....yum

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    Gosh...do we have to just pick one. Peeps, malted milk eggs, peanut butter eggs...all are good. I think my first choice though would have to be a chocolate Easter bunny! The EB :-) always put those in our kids Easter baskets.
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    My favorite is the ones you can hardly ever find anymore...the marshmallow center with the hard candy shell. Jelly beans are my next favorite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyinZ4 View Post
    Gosh...do we have to just pick one. Peeps, malted milk eggs, peanut butter eggs...all are good. I think my first choice though would have to be a chocolate Easter bunny! The EB :-) always put those in our kids Easter baskets.
    How could I have forgotten the milk chocolate rabbit.......do you bite the ears off first? My brother preferred white chocolate and insisted on biting the "butt" off first! I remember working with a woman that had purchased a wonderfully simple stuffed brown rabbit, made out of a solid brown fabric that she'd put on her desk in a simple basket. It looked so much like chocolate.

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    There aren't any of them I'd turn down.....they are ALL good! Especially after 6.5 week of Lent!
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    Loved hummingbird eggs. Teeny tiny jellybean like, but a little harder inside. They don't make them anymore. Boo hoo!

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    Definitely Reeses peanut butter eggs! then a very close second the cadberry chocolate eggs with the crunchy shell on the outside! And of course fruit jelly beans! Can't stand the spice ones and absolutely hate the black licoice ones and red cinnamon ones!

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    I'd go with the jelly beans if they are Jelly Belly's.. Otherwise I would go with the peeps.. Has anyone taken a peep.. Put it on a fork, and toast it on the stove? It's better than regular toasted marshmallows.. They toast faster than regular ones..
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