What is Easter without a chocolate bunny rabbit? Among a basket of jelly beans, chocolate eggs, and marshmallow chicks, the chocolate rabbit stands alone. Towering over other treats, the bunny surveys all he sees and decides he is the most worthy of being eaten. Rightly so, but all bunnies are not created equal. For a truly gourmet chocolate experience, you must go to the artisan chocolate-maker. Here is a list of favorite chocolate rabbits from world-class chocolatiers.
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Mr. Goodtimes Bunny is 16 1/2 inches tall and weighs three pounds. Even though he's hollow, that's still a lot of chocolate. This milk chocolate rabbit is hand-decorated with white and dark chocolate. Mr. Goodtimes is one of the most expensive rabbits on the list, beaten only by Conrad's Confectionary. Lake Champlain also makes a more affordable Cruisin' Easter Bunny.
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This deceptively plain-looking rabbit is actually a map of delightful flavors. The ears contain toasted almonds, the head is almond butter crunch, the body contains caramel with pecans, and the base has toasted almonds. It's available in milk or dark chocolate versions.
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Lindt has been making chocolate rabbits wrapped in gold foil for 50 years. Available in dark, milk, or white chocolate, these are some of the best-tasting chocolate bunnies you'll find on the market. They're available in 100- and 200-gram sizes.
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These sweet-looking treats are made of milk chocolate hand-painted by artisans with calico spots of dark and white chocolate. They're available in two sizes: 2.25 ounces and 7.13 ounces.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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This beautiful wooden box contains five hand-piped chocolate bunnies with chocolate hazelnut and orange interior and almond ears.