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Mr. Goodtimes Bunny is 16 1/2 inches tall and weighs 3 pounds. Even though he's hollow, that's a lot of chocolate. This milk chocolate rabbit is hand-decorated with white and dark chocolate. Mr. Goodtimes is one of the most expensive rabbit on the list, beat only by Conrad's Confectionary. Lake Champlain also makes a Cruisin' Easter Bunny for a more affordable price.
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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.
03 of 07
Giant Chocolate Rabbit from Conrad's Confectionery
Wow! This is a big bunny. 26 inches high and over 6 pounds of chocolate. And it has a giant price tag to match. The maker actually recommends cracking this open with a hammer (be sure to wear eye protection). Great conversation piece and tasty. Conrad's has a huge assortment of other, less expensive chocolate rabbits so be sure to check those out, too.
04 of 07
Lindt has been making these wonderful 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 will find. They are available in both a 200 gram size and a 100 gram sizeContinue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
These adorable little guys are made of milk chocolate and hand-painted with calico spots of dark and white chocolates. Available in two sizes: 2.25 ounces and 7.13 ounces.
06 of 07
Five hand-piped chocolate bunnies with a chocolate hazelnut and orange interior and almond ears come packed in a classic wooden box.
07 of 07
Sold in Macy's department store, this 9-inch chocolate bunny is made of Venezuelan chocolate by Seattle-based Fran's Chocolate.
What is Easter without a chocolate bunny rabbit? Among a basket of jellybeans, chocolate eggs, and marshmallow chickens, only the chocolate rabbit stands alone. Towering over the 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 my favorite chocolate rabbits from world class chocolatiers.