The Best Chocolate Easter Bunny

chocolate easter bunny

Whether you’re five or thirty-five, there’s really nothing like a good chocolate Easter bunny. Let me rephrase that…an awesome, rock your world chocolate Easter bunny. It can be tough to find one that tastes better than your average piece of chocolate. While they may all look the same, not all bunnies are created equal.

If you’re like me, you’ve tasted some horrible chocolate bunnies and some that you could eat every day for the rest of your life. When you’re looking for the centerpiece of your Easter basket, you want to make sure you get it right. If the bunny is all wrong then it can throw off the entire thing.

If you’re still looking for that taste bud blasting bunny, look no further. Here is some of the best chocolate Easter bunnies:

chocolate easter bunny
Courtesy: Lindt

Lindt Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny–   If you’ve ever had any Lindt chocolate products, then you know this is some seriously good tasting chocolate. With that said, this chocolate bunny has a smooth, rich taste that is a hop above the rest.

chocolate easter bunny
Courtesy: Godiva

 Godiva Foil Wrapped Milk Chocolate Bunny– As with Lindt, you know you’re getting some good chocolate with Godiva. This bunny not only tastes yummy, it looks good in its gold designed wrapper.

Fran’s Milk Chocolate Bunny from Macy’s– It may not have a name like Lindt or Godiva, but this bunny is no joke as it is made from Venezuelan chocolate. It is nine ounces of goodness and retails for around ten dollars.

Hershey’s Bliss Milk Chocolate Bunny- If you’re looking for something economical and tasty, this could be a good option. This chocolate is not as smooth as Lindt or Godiva, but it still has plenty of taste.

Ears the Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny by Harry & David– If you have a dark chocolate lover, this bunny needs to hop into your basket. This is ten ounces of solid, dark chocolate. Harry & David don’t mess around when it comes to bunnies. You’ve heard the saying, “you get what you pay for.” Well, this bunny sells for around twenty dollars, so you know you’re getting quality.

See’s Candies Bunny– This ten-ounce hollow bunny gets kudos for it’s not too sweet taste and price. At under ten dollars a bunny, many say this chocolate is the best for its money and sometimes even better than the more expensive competitors.

Dove Bunny– I actually just bought this one for my daughters’ Easter baskets. I always love Dove chocolate because of its smooth taste and not so expensive price tag. These bunnies are great because they taste one-hundred times better than the extremely cheap brands but won’t make you go broke.

Whichever bunny you decide to go with really comes down to preference. But, you have to get one, there’s no way around it. Even if you’re putting in toys, books, or other candy, you have to have a chocolate bunny. If you don’t, it’s just not an Easter basket!


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