I was at home with my oldest girl, and I heard her in the kitchen. It sounded like she was doing the dishes, and found myself getting a bit excited about the idea of her doing a chore without me asking her to.
I decided to go in and see what was going on. As I walked into the kitchen, my nose got a whiff of chocolate. I saw something that got me even more excited than my dishes getting done. Here is what I saw:
I also saw my daughter standing there licking chocolate off a spoon and looking quite pleased with herself. This is the same daughter who does not like to cook, so I was surprised and quite pleased!
I was especially pleased with her cleverness. I wondered how she made the yummy chocolate drizzle and she said,
“I melted my chocolate Easter bunny!”
So clever. I praised her efforts and told her I wanted to feature them on the blog. She smiled and said, “Yeah, I was thinking about that..:)”
The size of these little sweet treats are perfect for popping in your mouth when a treat is needed. If you want to make your own, gather the leftover chocolate Easter bunnies in your home, melt in the microwave, then dip and drizzle over miniature marshmallows. Let sit until chocolate is hardened.