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Easter goodness

Every year for Easter I can expect a good number of Reese’s peanut butter eggs in my basket. Kim knows I love me some holiday Reese’s treats — they have the perfect chocolate-to-peanut butter ratio — and I can’t go any major holiday without getting my Reese’s fix. This year however, Kim found a recipe for home-made peanut butter eggs and she and Raine spent a whole afternoon making a special batch for me

Kim tried to hide them in the back of the fridge so she could surprise me with them on Easter, but apparently I was a little too snoopy and found them while trying to figure out what to make for dinner. Obviously I couldn’t wait until Easter for them, so I had some that night. I had high expectations, but I was blown away. These things are quite possibly the best confection ever made. Every single day it is an exercise in self-control to not just devour all the rest of them. It’s a good thing they are a pain in the butt to make, otherwise my waistline would be in some serious trouble.

Mmmmm… Maybe I’ll go have another one right now.

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  1. DON’T give me that recipe. It would only lead to my destruction.
    These cookies looks yummy too and involve reeses peanut butter cups. I think I’ll try them out this week.

    Happy belated Easter. It looked like a lot of fun (via Raine’s blog)

  2. Do give me the recipe. I’m too lazy to make them that often, but it’s good to have a recipe like that handy for those days I really need a treat. The reese’s eggs are my faves, too.