What Not to Do with Your Chocolate Cross …
By Louisa Bacio
It’s bad enough when Easter rolls around, and children across the world eat the heads off sweet bunnies. Or Christmas and Santa gets decapitated. The husband has a tendency to buy gifts that are a little bit, let’s say non-traditional.
A few years ago, I opened a chocolate cross. What was I supposed to do with it? It seems a bit blasphemous to eat it. Right?
[Ana’s note: It’s chocolate! Eat it! Jesus said to take and eat, right? 😉 ]
So rather than putting together a recipe of what to do, Ana suggested what not to do!
[Ana’s note: For reference, Louisa mentioned her chocolate cross dilemma LAST Easter. I loved it so much that I’ve posted about it on the blog once and still refer to it. I’m sure Chickie empathizes.]
- Melt it – Oh my, that’s just wrong. As a base for most recipes, chocolate is melted.
- Suck it – Rather than biting, you know how some people prefer to suck? The shape may be perfect, but the idea is not.
- Dip it in marshmallow – Such a nice contrast of chocolate and cream, but mental picture = oh no!
- Play with it – I’d rather not say anything else on the subject, but it is a bit phallic.
[Ana’s note: This is the benefit of living in a F/F world!]
- Eat it – In any sense of the word.
And on that final note … I’m not sure if it’s worse but they also sell a chocolate Jesus fish. Hey, wanna bake it?
Make sure to read my contribution for #LoveSpanks, “Sweet Sherrie.”
There’s nothing quite as sweet as two friends, tussling between the sheets. The “shy one” Sherrie wants to explore a physical relationship, but not before teaching her sorority sister bestie Desiree a few lessons on teasing.
Any ideas what not to do with a religious artifact turned into a sweet confection?