Inflicting the 10 Plagues on Marshmallow Bunnies

Easter may have come incredibly early this year, and Passover is still nearly four weeks away, but I can thank a clever Flickr user, operating under the moniker “stylecouncil1,” for reminding me of the traditional connection between these two springtime holidays.

A year ago, “stylecouncil1” posted a set of photos — which was only brought to my attention today — reenacting the 10 Plagues using the popular Easter-time marshmallow bunny treats known as “Peeps.” My personal favorite is the reenactment of the plague of frogs.

Inflicting the 10 Plagues on Marshmallow Bunnies

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