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Q 1. What is the most popular jelly bean color at Eastertime in America?




Options:-
Green
Orange
Red
Yellow

Q 2. Which of the following Easter treats was the first to be created and produced?


Options:-
Peep
Hollow chocolate bunny
Jelly Bean
Solid chocolate bunny


Q 3. 
Easter always falls between these dates:


Options:-
February 22 – March 31
March 22 – April 10
March 22 – April 25
March 22 – April 20


Q 4. The idea of the Easter bunny originated in which country?


Options:-
Greece
Germany
USA
Italy


Q 5. 
According to statistics, which part of the chocolate Easter bunny do people bite first?


Options:-
The ears
The legs
The bum
The side


Q 6. 
A traditional Easter food in Italy is called Colomba di Pasqua. It is often in the shape of a:


Options:-
Egg
Chicken
Tree
Dove


Q 7. 
A traditional Greek Easter food is a brioche-like bread, called Tsoureki, decorated with hard-boiled eggs, and flavored with an essence drawn from which fruit?


Options:-
Wild blueberry
Strawberry
Orange
Wild cherry

Q 8. 
Which ingredient is not in the traditional Sinmel Cake?



Options:-
Fruit
Eggs
Almond paste
Cocoa butter


Q 9. 
Which German town is famous for the sweet Marzipan which is traditionally used for Easter cakes?



Options:-
Köln
Lübeck
Düsseldorf
Munich

Q 10. Pancakes are usually eaten on Shrove Tuesday, but what does the day actually stand for?



Options:-
Going to confession
Celebrating fertility
Harboring tolerance
Engaging in prayer

Q 11. 
What does the Easter Bonnet symbolize?


Options:-
The coming of Easter
It purely represents the season for celebration
Fertility and rebirth
The coming of spring

Q 12. 
What is a Passion Play?



Options:-
A play performed via song
A form of method acting
A play that tells a story from the Bible
A play performed with passion

Q 13. 
Ash Wednesday is the first day of:


Options:-
Easter
Spring
Lent
Summer

Q 14. 
How is a not-cross bun different to a hot cross bun?



Options:-
Its main ingredients are spices and raisins
It doesn’t contain any of the original ingredients of hot cross buns
Its main ingredient is chocolate
It has a face on it

Q 15. 
Palm trees are an important religious symbol. How many species of Palm Trees are there in the world?


Options:-
26
147
3500
2500

Q 16. 
Traditional egg dyes were once made from natural items such as:



Options:-
Onion peels
Natural oils
Maple syrup
Holy water

Q 17. 
Which of these flowers is associated with Easter because of its symbolic significance to the Holy Trinity?


Options:-
Passion Flower
Tulip
Rose
Geranium

Q 18. 
Which of these ingredients does not traditionally go into a hot-cross Bun?



Options:-
Eggs
Cherry Syrup
Spices
Dried fruit

Q 19. 
The local university is allowing the town to use their large grounds to hold the annual Easter Show. The grounds are shaped like a rectangle and the students are in charge of planning the space. They decide to use 1/4 of the university grounds for the food stalls, and 3/8 of the grounds for the games and activities, how much space is left for the petting zoo?


Options:-
3/4
1/4
3/8
1/2

Q 20. 
Marty made two types of cookies for Easter. He used 2/3 cup of sugar for one recipe and 1 / 4 cup of sugar for the other. How much sugar did he use in all?


Options:-
He used 11/11
He used 2/3
He used 1/4
He used 11/12


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