Sunday, April 08, 2007

Kinder Surprise!

The Best Way to Enjoy an Easter Egg

I just couldn't resist reposting last Easter's entry again for any new readers...

photograph picture how to wrap and eat a kinder egg surprise

photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise


photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise. what is inside the egg?

photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise. what is inside the egg?


photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise. what is inside the egg?

photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise. the surprise inside the egg

photograph picture how to unwrap and eat a kinder egg surprise. but what do we do with the wrapper

photograph picture make a 3d horse out of the kinder egg wrapper

photograph picture and then kill the 3d horse out of the kinder egg wrapper




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Kinder Surprise!

23 Comments:

  • At 8/4/07 04:49, Blogger Beccy said…

    Your nephews and niece laughed a lot. Ben said cool but Dillon said it was sad because the horse got run over by a car!

     
  • At 8/4/07 05:01, Blogger ChrisB said…

    It's still funny the second time around. Have a lovely day with your friends xx.

     
  • At 8/4/07 06:47, Blogger Anne said…

    Too cute! Your flattened pony reminds me a bit of Mr. Bill...any chance you know of him?

     
  • At 8/4/07 07:43, Blogger Betty C. said…

    Darling and NOT what I expected from this well-known food blog.

    I live in France and we used to have shoeboxes full of the toys we had collected from the kids' Kinder eggs...in fact we probably still have the shoeboxes somewhere!

     
  • At 8/4/07 08:38, Blogger Sam said…

    Beccy - tell him it wasn't a car - it was the back of my hand. I can't believe I haven't done party trick for them - next time make sure we have some foil earpped sweets when I am around.

    thanks mum

    anne - I have never heard of Mr Bill

    Betty - I have started kinder collections many time buts luckily as I don't eat them very often (once a year maybe), my collections never get too big

     
  • At 8/4/07 10:56, Blogger sfmike said…

    Oh no!!! You ran over the horsey! And Mr. Bill was an animated "Saturday Night Live" character who would get usually get squished at the end of each episode.

     
  • At 8/4/07 12:10, Blogger Julia said…

    Fantastic! I love kinder surprise eggs!

     
  • At 8/4/07 17:45, Blogger One Food Guy said…

    Oh no, Mr. Bill!

    Great post, lots of fun!

     
  • At 8/4/07 19:34, Blogger Glenna said…

    YES!!! Kinder Eggs! I love them! I have a friend in Calgary who used to send those to me every year. My nieces loved opening them. Well, so did the hubby too. So fun. Thanks for reposting.

     
  • At 8/4/07 20:35, Blogger Mags said…

    Kinder Surprise! I love those! Where do you get them around here???

     
  • At 8/4/07 22:42, Blogger Pamela said…

    I thought it was a Zebra.....

     
  • At 9/4/07 08:15, Blogger Lucy said…

    I actually just read in the paper that these are banned in the US, although several places do carry them unknowingly. They were banned because the toys are so small that little children were choking on them...

     
  • At 9/4/07 11:04, Anonymous Maria said…

    These eggs are the best! I love them but haven't had one in years! Thanks for bringing back the memories:) I hope you had a nice Easter weekend.

     
  • At 9/4/07 11:24, Anonymous Sarah said…

    I love Kinder Surprise - I got them all the time when I lived in Turkey, but haven't seen them here. Thanks for the fun memory.

    I made the artichoke panzanella this weekend (having made the artichokes and the dressing the day before) - it was a huge hit! And now that is the way I will be preparing artichokes for everything (I can't wait to make a yummy frittata or something with them!)

    Thanks so much, Sarah (the one who asked last week about making things ahead)

     
  • At 9/4/07 14:28, Blogger Monkey Wrangler said…

    Kinder eggs are soooo cool. Even for grown up kids eh?

    Question: are you right handed?

     
  • At 9/4/07 15:14, Blogger cookiecrumb said…

    Here comes Mr. Bill's dog....
    (I can still sing that.)

     
  • At 9/4/07 17:56, Blogger Deborah Dowd said…

    Okay, we are even I have heard of Mr.Bill but I have never seen these eggs. I need to find some for my kids next year!

     
  • At 9/4/07 21:39, Blogger shuna fish lydon said…

    I still love this! So happy you put it up again!

    (CC-- and the Mr Bill reference? Priceless.)

     
  • At 10/4/07 08:05, Anonymous gilly said…

    Hi Sam - I love it!

     
  • At 11/4/07 07:48, Blogger Jeanne said…

    Julia (age 5): "I like the horse made out of foil. That's funny!"

     
  • At 11/4/07 11:13, Blogger Cate said…

    Very cute. Growing up, we lived in England for a few years and I remember those. I've managed to find a few places here that carry them too. Hope you had a good holiday.

     
  • At 13/4/07 23:20, Blogger Mary said…

    Too funny! My coolest Kinder surprise was a hippo dressed as Chewbacca from the 'Hippo Star Wars' series of toys. I think they still sell the eggs at Dittmer's in Mt. View.

     
  • At 17/4/07 14:12, Anonymous Shaman said…

    Yeahh! KS are great and toys from KS are funny. I have big toys collection.

     

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