The Victorian Easter Bunny

Steph-GB

Sergeant
Joined
Mar 26, 2018
Location
Land of the tractors
Yes my rabbits are hopping around crazy already here !!
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They did come down to bunny feet everywhere and this

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Happy Easter all :smile: we will do the egg hunt later!
 

Mrs. V

2nd Lieutenant
Joined
May 5, 2017
Have any of you colored eggs this year? My daughter and son have for their children and put Easter baskets together for them. Hope many do even though have to be just with your own immediate family.
Yes, I have things for the baskets. And I have just sent my son off to boil some eggs. They will do about a half dozen. Since I can not eat eggs anymore, I will just have to be satified with “egg beaters” in the morning, with cheese and salsa!
 

Yankee Brooke

First Sergeant
Forum Host
Joined
Jun 8, 2018
Location
PA
I don't do much for Easter anymore, and I have to admit it isn't my favorite holiday...I've seen some massively creepy Easter bunnies.
 

Mrs. V

2nd Lieutenant
Joined
May 5, 2017
Tis the time of year to break out the castiron Lamb Cake mold aand get to baking! i did one for my folks this last week. Turned out ok, had to icing the nose back on, but what else is new! Wish I could find the Griswold bunny mold..last one I saw was outrageously priced.
 

Patrick H

Lt. Colonel
Joined
Mar 7, 2014
Tis the time of year to break out the castiron Lamb Cake mold aand get to baking! i did one for my folks this last week. Turned out ok, had to icing the nose back on, but what else is new! Wish I could find the Griswold bunny mold..last one I saw was outrageously priced.
I'd be interested in seeing a picture of your cake mold, just out of sheer curiosity. I enjoy cast iron cooking, but it never occurred to me that such molds were ever available.
 
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