Jac o' lyn Murphy: 5+ Festive ways to use Chocolate Rabbits for Easter

Friday, March 23, 2018

5+ Festive ways to use Chocolate Rabbits for Easter

It all started during Easter years ago.
My kids received so many adorable chocolate bunnies 
that I thought, 
there has to be something more to do with them besides nibble off the ears.
Bunny Milk became a fun tradition that we still look forward to.

It seems as though chocolate rabbits are multiplying more than ever.
The Easter aisles at every store are stocked with all shapes and sizes.
Here are a few more festively easy ways to celebrate with them.

Let's get the Easter Parade started!

Easter Bunny Bonnets

I dare you not to smile at these
fresh flower and succulent hats...

Simply use a skewer to make a stem-sized hole
and adorn with a tiny succulent...

or any other snippets from the garden.

They are the perfect touch of whimsy
for centerpiece or place setting.

Don't they look proud?!

On our Easter Menu...

Stuffed Rabbit - 2 ways

For a sweet surprise, 
make a hole in the back and fill with candy...

Or what my teenagers prefer...
Bunny Money

Rabbit Stew

All the fixings for a Spring stew make a silly hostess gift...

The ingredients include:
a pastel colander, filled with colorful tiny potatoes, fresh veggie seeds...

and one gorgeous dark chocolate rabbit.

For dessert we're serving...

Baked Rabbit (Bunny S'mores)

Small chocolate covered marshmallow bunnies...

are nestled in between graham crackers 
and baked at 350 degrees for 10 minutes...

I like mine well done!

And a decadent Chocolate Martini with a tiny bunny floater becomes a

Cheers Big Ears, 
Happy Easter!

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