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Instead of buying those dying kits, use koolaid. One pack of Koolaid and 2/3 cups water and you've got awesome egg dye. Two bonuses is, it's cheaper than those boxes of egg dye and it smells so yummy! Side note, if you use the lemonade flavor, mix it with a little bit of orange cause the lemonade doesn't dye too good.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or our silicone pastry mat.
Pour a layer of jelly beans on the pan (about half the bag).
Melt almond bark over low heat or in the microwave according to the directions on the package.
Pour melted almond bark over jelly beans.
Scatter remaining jelly beans on top.
Place in refrigerator for 45-60 minutes or until cooled completely.
Cut in bars or break into pieces. Enjoy!
Cut a fourth off of one loaf of dough; shape into a pear to form head. For body, flatten remaining portion into a 7-inch x 6-inch oval; place on a greased baking sheet. Place head above body. Make narrow cuts, about 3/4 inch deep, on each side of head for whiskers.
Cut second loaf into four equal portions. For ears, shape two portions into 16-inch ropes; fold ropes in half. Arrange ears with open ends touching head. Cut a third portion of dough in half; shape each into a 3-1/2-inch oval for back paws. Cut two 1-inch slits on top edge for toes. Position on each side of body.
I like the peep s'more idea that's been going around.
1 graham cracker broken into 2 squares, 1 small chocolate bar, one peep bunny. Put in ziploc sandwich bag with instructions to place chocolate bar and peep on one square of the graham cracker, microwave 15 seconds and put other square on top.
I credited the ones that had that info. A bunch were from Pinterest and most didn't have any source info. I am planning on using the pics on CS for an occasional email newsletter and general info for my shows. Plus they're great ideas for my personal cooking. As for FB- could be a risk.
Great ideas! So fun! Everyone, just remember to be careful posting these on your pages, as we need to find the original source and give credit to them when we use them. Bloggers are reporting pages that are using others's work and not giving credit or asking permission to use the photos. Some consultants are getting in trouble with FB for doing this.