They do Extreme Fishing, Extreme Mining, Extreme Cars, Extreme Abseiling..Extreme Cake Decorating, Extreme Weddings, Extreme Piercings, Extreme Tattoos, Extreme Makeovers, Extreme Birth Stories... you name it, the USA has it covered.
So in my Pinterest Frenzy this week I started on a bit of an Easter binge.
Because there are so many awesome pins from people waaaaaaay more dedicated than me to:
And Easter Baking
But time and time again I came across USA links to Easter Bunny Bark.
What Is That?
First of all, the bunny in my house doesn't eat bark - He prefers some short cut alfalfa sprouts, green tips only, a quarter of a freshly harvested carrot and the Spanish dried, late harvested, $35 a pound gooseberries from the island of Rabbit-Nirvana .
Secondly, the Easter Bunny at my house does not qualify for a stop over snack
(I thought that was Santa . Milk and cookies or in our case Beer and some peanuts please)
Thirdly.. .... ... ... umm ... seriously, you make this stuff for imaginary characters???
But as it happens, and it happens often, I got converted, sucked in and won over...
so tonight before ballet....
Miss 9 and me made Easter Bunny Bark.
Basically you chop up some toppings (read : what ever Mum could find leftover on the back of the "saving it for Christmas" cupboard):
You melt some white chocolate into liquid form:
You sprinkle the goodies over the good stuff:
And smash it all down.
Cool in the fridge til firm and chop into manageable pieces:
We are so freakin' ready for the Easter Bunny, It's not even funny right now,
( ** Also I might have Type 2 diabetes from all the sugar I have consumed today. Seriously. ** )
What have you made that makes your head and blood sugar level spin?