“After Easter, I put leftover solid or hollow chocolate bunnies or eggs in a plastic bag and pound them into small pieces,” relates Geraldine B. of Kersey, Pennsylvania. “I use them in place of chocolate chips in recipes.”
"Family members know they're in for a treat when they see me gathering the ingredients for this recipe," writes Mrs. Travis Baker of Litchfield, Illinois. You can fill the brownie crust with store-bought ice cream or use one of the ice cream recipes here.—Mrs. Travis Baker, Litchfield, Illinois
If your gang likes corn chips, they’ll love the sweet and salty blend in these fast-fixing bars from Wanda Borgen in Minot, North Dakota. They also make great take-along treats for picnics or tailgate parties and are so easy, the kids just may want to make their own batch.
The original version of this unbelievably over-the-top truffle dessert tastes like it took all day to make! But after our makeover, it can be made with just 30 minutes of hands-on work, so you can focus on other things during this busy season.