Hiding the Easter Goodies

Easter is coming up and that means the 'pastels' and other good candy is out on the shelf. Here's a way to hide a secret stash; put some of your Easter favorites into a brown paper bag and stick it in the freezer labeled "Fish". (Or something else the family doesn't like.) Enjoy! What's better than frozen chocolate?! lol


By Stacey from Orem, UT

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By Kim (Guest Post)
March 15, 20060 found this helpful

When I want to hide something from the kids, I put it in a Tupperware dish in my Tupperware cupboard on a higher shelf, where the less-used items are. I put the cover on and they never notice it's there. If you can see inside the dish, I put another smaller item in front of it. If it's in the pantry in plain view, someone will eventually open it up.

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March 16, 20060 found this helpful

I keep them in an extra oatmeal can in the cupboard, behind the one being used (I am the only one that cooks it) Or save an old coffee can. For hot weather, the freezer is great! I just hide things behind the vegetables!

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