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It’s that time of year where we associate bunny rabbits with laying colourful eggs. It makes no sense, but I roll with it and have since being a little kid, so why go back? Perhaps in a weird tangent of evolution bunny rabbits were oviparous. I suspect it’s fictional.
Out of all those bunny butts come aisles upon aisles of chocolate treats. In a moment of overzealous baking ambition, and in the spirit of sharing, I bought two very large bags of Cadbury Mini Eggs. At the time, I had no recipe in mind, but I began imagining those cute monster claw cookies that people make and wanted to do that for bunny feet. Of course, they’d be called paws instead of claws. And thus this fluffy cookie recipe was born.
Thinking back again to my youth, I recall having lucky rabbit feet dangling from my keychain. You know, it’s kind of gross now that I think about it. It was a real foot from a real dead rabbit, preserved and coloured bright colours. It never even brought me luck. For that matter, I can’t think of any one particular item that has brought me luck in the past. However, these paws provide no less luck than other rabbit feet I’ve tried, and they’re way tastier and involve no animal deaths.
There are lots of other ways to use Mini Eggs that I’ve found. If you’re as overzealous as me and in the mood for baking, check out some of these:
If you’re not in a baking mood order some Mmmmini-Egg Chocolate Bark from Samantha’s Chocopops!
What other delicious ways do you enjoy your Mini Eggs? Let me know in the comments.
Fluffy Bunny Paws (Yeah, They’re Real Cookies)