Sunday, April 09, 2006

t minus seven days

It used to be that jelly beans were only available at Easter. I was always partial to Brach's Classic Jelly Bird Eggs. Now thanks to Jelly Belly (and probably Ronald Reagan too), the sweet treats are available anywhere, anytime.

For those who aren't getting enough electrolytes and vitamins with their candy, celebrate this Easter with Sport Beans.

And for the practical joker, why not slip a few of Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans into your victim's Easter Basket?

What is your favorite Easter candy? Many people are as crazy about Cadbury Creme Eggs (there's even a podcast) as I am about Marshmallow Peeps. This year Elmer's Candy of Ponchatoula is trying to get their products to as many displaced New Orleanians as possible. Their Easter stuff sounds pretty good but can it top a Scotchmallow Egg from See's?

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those Bertie Beans looked disgusting!! Have you ever actually had them? UGHHH!!!!!

Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is not Easter without PitStop Pete!!

Blogger Frank Strovel III said...

I'm with the Peeps as well, as you know. I also like white chocolate bunnies.

Blogger jess said...

Scotchmallow eggs? I love the regular Scotchmallows, but was not aware of the eggs. I've had the other See's eggs, the chocolate-walnut centered one.
My hugest Easter candy love is the Reese's Peanut Butter Egg. The big one, that you have to unwrap. mmm....
oh, and the whoppers brand Robin's Eggs - malted milk balls with a speckled shell. Yum.

Blogger Frank Murphy said...

Scotchmallow Eggs rock. You should order some online.

I did a Google search for Pit Stop Pete since I had not heard of him. It was worth it.


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