Monday, April 10, 2017

Bunny Hop

Lately, I've been on a quest for Easter egg desserts. 

Easter Egg Dessert #1: Mini-egg cookie dough from The Horn of Plenty.

The cookie dough has no dairy products so it's safe to eat. It was surprisingly filling and it took me 2 days to consume the HUGE scoop of yumminess! I look forward to trying out the other cookie dough flavours (chocolate chip, Reese's pieces).

Easter Egg Dessert #2: Mini Egg Ice Cream by Foundry Ice Cream.

When I opened the container, there were a couple of colourful mini eggs perched on top of the ice cream, but the other eggs were the plain chocolate ones (quite different from its Instagram shot). My taste buds were underwhelmed. Next time, I'll stick to my favourite Foundry flavour: London Fog (Earl Grey).

 I purchased this adorable duvet cover from Quilts Etc. last fall.

I didn't mind that it was part of the QE Kids' line. You all know my shopping equation:  
Tea Time + Purple  = SOLD!

The bunnies have been multiplying at my place!

Hoppy Easter!

I'm joining the following parties this week:


  1. Good morning, Margie! I enjoyed seeing all the bunnies that are multiplying around your home. The duvet cover is simply adorable and must put a smile on your face when you see it. I do love that bunny transferware teapot, too. Enjoy your treats, and Happy Easter week!

  2. Some very cute bunnies there, have a lovely Easter xx

  3. I was so tempted to get the new Nordic Ware cake pan of bunnies but opted for garden bugs instead - lady beetles, butterflies and dragonflies which I have yet to bake.
    We're so bad - me too for tea plus purple comes home. haha
    Best wishes for a happy Easter.

  4. Margie, your duvet cover is darling and I am loving your bunny teapot. Happy Easter, my friend!

  5. Love your teapot and your stunning purple tea cup!Happy Easter Margie!

  6. Oh! what a precious bunnies collection. Love the bunny teapot. Happy Easter !

  7. okay, so you ate a bowl of cookie dough as a dessert?! Is this legal? If I ever crave those little candy covered chocolate eggs, I just buy some and eat them plain from the bag. Here's a delicious treat you might also enjoy with those coloured eggs (from my blog):
    They're best shared with friends :)

  8. You have some adorable bunnies hopping around your home, Maggie.
    I can't imagine eating that kind of cookie dough!! I have a couple of daughters that certainly would. :-)
    Your being is adorable.

    Easter Blessings~~

  9. I wish you and your family an excellent Easter!

  10. Margie, The egg ice cream looks delicious too bad it was a disappointment. Love the teapot. I hope that the bunnies behave over the Easter weekend. Enjoy. Sylvia D.

  11. I love all the bunnies Margie! And the duvet is wonderful! It is hard to find dairy free treats that are really yummy, isn't it? I love the bunny teapot and all your bunny friends! Thanks so much for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea and Happy Easter!

  12. I like a rabbit eye. It is big, bright and full of kindness.

  13. Margie, I love your teapot! I don't think I've seen it on here before. Very cute.

  14. The ice cream looks yummy! I love your bunny teapot! Very cute!...Christine

  15. Love that bunny teapot! Love bunny anything, actually :) And your duvet cover too. I absolutely think you were right to get it even if it is "kids"! It has a whimsical sophistication about it! Easter blessings to you Margie. xo Deborah

  16. Hi Margie
    All of your Easter decor is so pretty! I often look in the kids section of winners and Home Sense. I love the pastel tones that I find there. Happy Easter! Karen

  17. So many cuties at your place, the bunnies must be partying. I love the new duvet cover.
    Happy Easter, Margie.

  18. Hi Margie, your posts looks like that you had a lot of fun with Easter! Unfortunately it is almost over. Somehow the holidays always go so fast...
    Wishing you a good week!
    Warm regards,


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