It’s a big Easter at our house this year. Little Yoda, who is allergic to almost everything, is now officially allowed to eat corn. And that means he is finally able to indulge in the #1 kid holiday ingredient of which he has been deprived for far too long: corn syrup!
As such, I went shopping early. I bought Jelly Bellies. “Cottontail” cotton candy balls. Fruit Gushers. You name it. If it’s celiac-safe, it was in my Target cart. And even more impressively, I went online sometime in February and bought bunny and egg chocolate candy molds for some homemade gluten-free, dairy-free Easter basket classics. I even bought pastel foil to wrap them in, thus making them look store-bought.
Because Yoda is the master of kid-sleuths, and because I’m Aspie-obsessed with being crowned this year’s best Easter Bunny, I hid all of these items very well.
A little too well.
I can’t find any of it.
Not a damned thing.
Curses to you, executive functioning deficits!