Mom’s Huge Effort To Bring Her Daughter’s Complicated Easter Bunny Request To Life

Doting mum spends hours bringing her four-year-old daughter’s VERY specific Easter drawing to life – with awesome results

  • An Australian mum has handcrafted an Easter egg for her four-year-old daughter
  • The little girl’s egg is a creation with Neapolitan flavors, filled with M&M’s
  • Her mum made the egg to match a drawing the girl made last Easter










An Australian mum has revealed the extraordinary lengths she has gone to to make her young daughter’s Easter dreams come true – even handcrafting a one-of-a-kind egg for the young girl.

Emily Lowe posted a photo of her handmade Neapolitan egg on her ‘What’s for dinner tonight Australia’ Facebook group alongside a cute drawing of her four-year-old daughter asking the Easter Bunny for the tri-flavored treat.

“My daughter drew this image for the Easter Bunny last year, the day after Easter,” she said.

An Australian mum has revealed the extraordinary lengths she went to make her young daughter’s Easter dreams come true – by making her a personalized egg

The woman revealed her four-year-old daughter asked for a Neapolitan Easter egg and even drew a picture of the Easter bunny to help her get it right.

The woman revealed her four-year-old daughter asked for a Neapolitan Easter egg and even drew a picture of the Easter bunny to help her get it right.

The Victorian mum secretly kept the note so she could make the youngster’s dreams come true – despite worrying about where to buy such a unique egg.

‘I had to make one, the tin foil looks very pockmarked, I hope she is fooled. I did it quickly while she was at Kinder and hid the evidence,’ the loving mum said.

She also stuffed egg M&M’s, her daughter’s favorite chocolate treat, all for only $6 because she “bought it all on special.”

“Yeah, that’s very overkill, but hey, it’s Easter and we all know his dad will eat 94% of it,” she said.

The mum’s post inspired others who wanted to try their hand at creating personalized eggs this year.

A woman revealed that she wanted to make an egg filled with rocky road instead.

“You’re such a great mom, I hope she’s excited,” one mum said.

Others have suggested that the mother should have simply “taken a normal egg and stuffed it with Neapolitan chocolate”.

The mum made the egg after giving up hope of finding one to buy from the supermarket

She was bothered by the foil - but others assured her it looked good

The mum made the egg after giving up hope of finding one to buy from the supermarket

But the mum said “it wouldn’t match his drawing”, which was his mission.

“Of course you just cooked up an impossible Easter egg,” said one woman.

While another said “Wonder Woman strikes again”.

The popular home cook runs a Facebook page where she is well known for posting amazing recipes.

A mother congratulated her on her incredible work and said the foil was also very beautiful.

WHAT WAS THE EASTER EGGS 2021 CONTROVERSY?

Australian supermarkets have come under fire after they filled their shelves with Easter eggs, three months before the holiday weekend.

Coles and Woolworths have both launched a ‘small selection’ of Easter eggs, mostly mini eggs and sharing packs, just days after Christmas stock was sold.

While many people think the shelves were filled with Easter treats too soon, some disagree.

“We all love chocolate and buy it, I say go fast because all the good stuff is now coming out a week before Easter, there’s hardly anything left,” said one woman.

While another said it helped people through the pessimism of lockdowns and restrictions.

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Australian supermarkets lined their shelves with Easter eggs three months before the holiday weekend

“If your daughter suspects bribery, just tell her that sometimes the Easter Bunny brings an extra special egg that he made himself,” she said.

Cadbury recently created a frenzy among chocolate lovers after releasing a Neapolitan “Special Edition” chocolate block.

The exciting flavor hit supermarket shelves in mid-January and was available in a snack-size bar as well as a family block.

Chocolate was a summer-themed concept aimed at giving a nostalgic nod to one of Australia’s most popular desserts: Neapolitan ice cream.

The three-layer block has milk chocolate as the base layer, followed by strawberry chocolate and topped with white chocolate.

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Alicia R. Rucker