One of the best components of any Easter basket is the traditional chocolate bunny. Here are some unique gourmet options you can buy online, from chocolatiers all over the country.
Hollow or solid, milk chocolate or dark, there are so many options to consider when buying the perfect chocolate bunny! We've taken the research out of it for you this year and proudly present a lineup of bunnies you can order with just a few clicks.
André's Confiserie Suisse (Kansas and Missouri)
These adorable lop-eared rabbits come in a variety of sizes from $12-$55. You can get them in white, milk, or dark chocolate. Go for something a little different this year with these gourmet Swiss chocolate bunnies.
This cute long-eared rabbit is also available in white, milk, or dark chocolate and costs $20.50.
**Both photos courtesy of André's Confiserie Suisse.
Dilettante Chocolates (Washington)
This is Topper, a whopping 40-oz. solid chocolate bunny made of white, dark, and milk chocolate. He stands 13 inches tall and costs $32.75.
Courtesy of Dilettante Chocolates
Harry and David (Nationwide)
Meet Mr. Ears, Harry and David's signature milk chocolate bunny. He stands 9 inches tall and is made of solid chocolate (10 oz.) for $19.99. You can purchase him solo or in a set with Mrs. Ears for $34.99.
Courtesy of Harry and David
Sarris Candies (Pennsylvania)
This charming guy is holding up an Easter egg and comes in both 3-oz. (4.5 inches) for $7.95 and 7-oz. (6.5 inches) for $13.95. He is semi-solid milk chocolate and decorated with a hand-tied bow and colorful accents.
This is their classic standing bunny, available in white, milk or dark chocolate. He's solid chocolate and comes in sizes from 4-oz. for $6.25 to 12-oz. at $21.95. He is also decorated with a hand-tied bow and royal icing accents.
**Both photos are courtesy of Sarris Candies.
Regardless of which bunny you pick, be sure to order soon. Many vendors have cutoff dates of April 9 for a guaranteed delivery prior to Easter. Some of these are custom creations and are made when you order them.
Do you have a favorite chocolate bunny that you get every year? Tell us which one in the comments below!