Posted by: Debra Kolkka | March 26, 2016

Chocolate frogs

My lovely friend who lives in Germany gave me these beautiful Lindt chocolate frogs for Easter. I love frogs and I love chocolate, what could be better?

Chocolate frogs

They are too pretty to eat!

I hope you are all having a great Easter.


  1. How cute are they! Much too good to eat….have a great Easter! 🌾🐇

    • I’ll have to eat them eventually, it is chocolate after all.

      • Well, of course!

  2. They look very exotic

    • I’m sure they will taste good too.

  3. Love them! Definitely too cute to eat, although a chocolate craving might win in the end. Happy Easter, Debra! Buona Pasqua to all in Bagni di Lucca.

    • The chocolate will win in the end.

  4. super cute

    • Lindt chocolate is very good, they won’t last.

      • yes it is! we keep a stock at home.

  5. Yes too pretty to eat Debra but I love chocolate!!

  6. They are beautiful and most original.
    Happy Easter!

    • A nice change from bunnies.

  7. Yes, they are too cute to even think about munching on!

    • …but they will be eaten.

  8. Buona Pasqua Deb

    • Grazie, same to you.

  9. Awww cute! 😍

  10. We were given Lindt bunnies and eggs. Know how you adore frogs. But you will get over that and eat them anyway.

  11. Happy easter Deb, just enjoy the chocolate and don’t think too much about the poor little animals. They had a great live being chocolates!

    • Happy Easter to you too. I hope the new venture is going well.

  12. Well, cute or not, they would not last long in my care….Enjoy!
    Happy Easter Deb.

    • They are still around, but I don’t know for how much longer.

  13. Happy Easter Deb!! Those frogs are adorable. I’ve never seen anything like them before! 😀

    • Perhaps it is a German thing.

  14. I hope you’re not croaking after you eat those. 😀 Happy Easter!

  15. How frustrating. I like chocolate but would be reluctant to open these two cuties!

    • I am on the horns of a dilemma.

  16. They look very sophisticated and European. Why frogs though?

    • I don’t know, but I like them.

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