zumbo dessert.com zumbo’s chocolate and caramel-based dessert was once a staple of the Easter season, but it became so popular that Zumbo founder and chief executive Robert Siegel is known for it today.
It was the centerpiece of his “Eggs to Easter” Easter egg hunt, which started in 2002 and ended in 2009.
He even named the product after it, a nod to his original design.
In 2006, Zumbo introduced its version of the “Eating Egg” to celebrate the holiday, which is when Americans commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ and Easter.
The “Easting Egg” has been the centerpiece for many a family Easter tradition.
In 2008, Zumba debuted its “Easiest and Most Delicious” Easter dessert, which came in at an average of $20.
Zumbas dessert included zucchini, eggs, and cream cheese, as well as pumpkin pie.
As for the zumbo Easter egg?
Zumbo has never officially confirmed it’s origin, but the recipe was featured on Zumbo magazine’s “Baked Eggs” blog, which has been updated to include the recipe.
According to the blog, Zomba’s version of Easter egg, which can be bought at stores like Walmart and Kroger, comes in three parts.
The first part is a “chocolate and caramel flavored” chocolate cake.
Then there’s the base, which includes egg whites, chocolate, whipped cream, and caramel sauce.
The base is then topped with whipped cream and whipped eggs.
Zumbo said the chocolate cake was inspired by the “bread and butter” Easter eggs and also inspired by Easter eggs made by Zumbo.
“We had to find a way to give it a flavor that was uniquely Zumbah,” said Zumbo CEO Robert Selleck.
“We wanted something that was really rich, chocolatey and savory.
And, the only way to do that is to have whipped cream.
Zumbo’s zucchiadelo sauce, which comes in two flavors, is an easy-to-make egg substitute.
The chocolate and chocolate sauce is the base.
A Zumbo spokesperson said the zucchinis have been sold at stores including Wal-Mart, Kroger and Walmart since 2008.
For those who missed the Easter egg or want to recreate it, Zimbals website says you can make the cake by cutting the cake into wedges, and slicing them into eight squares.