I hope you all had a great Easter!
I always thought every country, or at least the European ones, had the same Easter traditions but that turns out not to be the case!
We collect chocolate eggs the Easter Bunny and the Easter Clocks have thrown in our gardens whereas others collect painted boiled eggs…
Am I happy to live in the land of chocolate 😉
Seriously, if there is one thing I can’t live without, it’s got to be chocolate!
I found out that I’m now officially too old to get Easter from my grand parents 😦 (boohoo!)
I get it. 21 is officially “adult” but I would love to be a kid when it comes to season holidays…
They didn’t even tell me I’m too old now, they basically just ignored the day!
Normally my grandparents would tell me about how my little nieces came to collect their eggs and what they did and what they got. Then they would hand over my bag full of chocolate eggs 🙂
My other grandparents usually say ‘oh we’ve got your Easter in the kitchen!’.
But this year, none of this.
This is what was inside the package:
I love the orange juice! I now drink a glass a day 🙂
But I’m afraid I’ll have to go to the store to buy another one tomorrow…
The chocolates from Dominique Persoone were cool too!
Haha the Easter sprinkles made my bread seem so happy and much more delicious 😉
The regular Easter eggs dissapeared very quickly on our bread or just in our mouths ^^
The thing I loved most was that big piece of chocolate with lovely Easter decoration!
But even that didn’t live long…
No regrets at all by the way!
Thanks to Albert Heijn, I still got to enjoy Easter the way it should be. With lots of chocolate!
Have a delicious day ❤
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