Make your own chocolate Easter bunny

    Posted by  ·  April 8, 2009

    We had fun yesterday using this kit to make chocolate Easter bunnies.


    We found the kit at our cake and candy supply store. It comes with enough melts to make 1 solid bunny or two hollow.  You simply melt the chocolate and pour into the mold.  We had to keep pressing the mold together but otherwise it worked great. I would love a smaller bunny!


    The mold worked great with real chocolate, however I didn’t get it quite tempered right—- this bunny didn’t shine. The kids didn’t care, they were thrilled to see the process.


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    1. Saturday, April 11th, 2009
      Oh nostalgia! My mum used to make bunnies and eggs in this way, I think she used clothes pegs to hold the two sides of the mold together? I'll have to get into gear and try it with my kiddies. Thanks.
    2. Friday, April 10th, 2009
      That's really cool.
    3. Bonnie
      Thursday, April 9th, 2009
      I have made chocolates before and believe it or not if you put a little wax ( like used for canning) it will make it shine and have no effect on the eating at all
    4. gemgirl
      Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      This just looks too simple. What a wonderful way to share Easter. Thanks.
    5. Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      I may have to try this with a few little people I know! Do you suppose using those binder clips all around the mold would work to keep it closed?
    6. Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      That does look like fun and the kids would love it.
    7. Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      Love your site! I get so many good ideas from it! I've nominated you for an award!!! Check out my blog to view it:

      Thanx for all your work!

      Angee :)
    8. Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      How fun! I can think of several chocolate lovers here that would love this.