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Why do we have chocolate Easter eggs at Easter?
you celebrate choclate eggs on easter because jesus last desert was choclate
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because it symbolises new life!
because of stuff
In the United States most Christians celebrate Easter Sunday as the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead. For quite a few years now unbelievers have tried to pull attention awa…y from this Christian holiday by introducing "Bunny rabbits" and "Easter eggs", both of which have nothing to do with worshipping the Savior of the world. Candy manufacturer's make all manor of candy eggs and many of them are chocolate. I personally have nothing against candy and to tell the truth I really don't pay much attention to the "Bunny Rabbit" thing. If God wants to adopt a person into His family a "Bunny Rabbit" won't stop Him. We see the same thing played out at Christmas. Christians celebrate the birth Of Jesus Christ on Christmas, but again some people want to distract from that and so we have "Santa Clause". I am sure God laughs at all of this because His plan for mankind will win out.
No one really knows. i think it is to keep all the kids happy during Easter Masses.
Chocolate eggs are a traditional staple during the Easter season and holiday. Milk chocolate eggs are some of the most popular.
cuz ppl are too lazy...Its easier to buy chocolate some than to cook new and waste time on it...
No one knows..i think
because its yumy
"The hare, the symbol of fertility in ancient Egypt, a symbol that was kept later in Europe…Its place has been taken by the Easter rabbit" (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1991 ed.…, Vol. 4, p. 333). "The origin of the Easter egg is based on the fertility lore of the Indo-European races…The egg to them was a symbol of spring and rebirth. In Christian times the egg had bestowed upon it a religious interpretation, becoming a symbol of the rock tomb out of which Christ emerged to the new life of His resurrection". (Francis X. Weiser, Handbook of Christian Feasts and Customs, p. 233) "Around the Christian observance of Easter…folk customs have collected, many of which have been handed down from the ancient ceremonial…symbolism of European and Middle Eastern pagan spring festivals…for example, eggs…have been very prominent as symbols of new life and resurrection" (Encyclopedia Britannica, 1991 ed., Vol. 4, p. 333).
Because they wouldn't taste as nice otherwise. Its just one great big marketing scam really
To be honest, i think that is quite a stupid question to ask. What are Chocolate Easter eggs made out of? Well They are made out of chocolate obviously, what you meant to ask …was: whats chocolate made out of? Yes, i maybe young, but i know that one. Chocolate is combined with dairy products: the main one would be milk. But obviously other things. Happy Easter anyway guys!
Because that's the part of the tradition.
People just started handing out candy
Maybe so the people can eat it