Saturday, March 24, 2018

Chocolate Bunny Fluffle

The big pre-Easter feature I was hoping to share with you all fell through because of some technical issues but that brand will be featured in later articles this year. Instead, I want to highlight some of the lovely (and not so lovely) edible bunnies we've covered over the past 9 years. I've included gourmet and mass produced bunnies so that all of you might be able to find one that intrigues you but is also within your budget. In the photo to the right, you can see a few of the many bunnies you'll find below if you keep reading. Not a lot of words after the introductory paragraphs, I promise, just lots of photos! None of the companies who sent us these products knew we'd be featuring their creations again so no form of compensation was received for this article.

The images below should be clickable (if I'm doing this correctly) so you can see the original post and learn more about the company that made it or where you might find what you see. Let me know in a comment if it does not work, please.

By the way, a "Fluffle" is what you call of group of bunnies... I wonder if that is because they are fluffy? If you know, let me know in a comment, too.

Enjoy!

Highlight of Edible Bunnies on The Chocolate Cult 2009-2017

Emvi Chocolate Bunnies

Venchi Milk Chocolate Hollow Bunny

Russell Stover Dark and Milk Chocolate Bunnies

Nestlé Crunch Bunny

Reester Bunnies

Sjaak's Bunny from Taraluna

Williams-Sonoma Caramel Truffle Bunnies

Ghyslain Colorful Bunnies


Life By Chocolate Bunny

Hershey's Cookie Creme Bunnies

Snicker's Big Bunny

Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bunny

Basic Lindt Bunny

Watertown Confectionery Milk Bunny and Dark Heart

Milky Way Bunny

Frankford Bunny

Brach's Marshmallow Bunnies

Did any of these bunnies make your hungry? Leave a comment and let me know if you've had them or think they might be a good gift for Easter the next two weekends.

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