Chocolate Easter Bunnies
Chocolate Bunnies, part of the Easter Tradition since the 1800s, originated in Germany. They came to the United States with German immigrants and became more popular after Robert Strohecker used a 5' tall Chocolate Bunny as an Easter promotion in his Pennsylvania drug store in 1890. The Chocolate Bunny truly took off in the early 1900s as chocolate molds became more available. These early bunnies were solid chocolate. Hollow bunnies became a necessity during WWII due to cocoa rationing.
Our Crispy Caramela Bunnies are made of Amore di Mona couverture chocolat speciale and filled with crispy brown rice and caramela. They are vegan, common allergen free, and oh, so decadent.
Celebrate Springtime with Amore di Mona's Crispy Caramela Bunny Gift Box.