Make your own bunny

You will need four rabbit (or egg or chicken) moulds for this recipe.
You will need four rabbit (or egg or chicken) moulds for this recipe.

MAKE your own Easter bunnies with this chocolate rabbit recipe.

Easy to make, you can also pop an Easter egg inside the bunny before you seal the rabbit together for an extra Easter surprise!

Chocolate rabbit recipe (makes 4)


  • 400g dark, milk or white chocolate, chopped.


YOU will need four rabbit (or egg or chicken) moulds for this recipe.

Melt the chocolate in a heat proof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water (bowl shouldn't touch the water). Or in the microwave on medium heat in 30 second intervals.

Coat the inside of each mould with chocolate - use the back of a spoon, a pastry brush or a clean paintbrush. Keep the edges of the mould smooth. Refrigerate for 10 minutes until set, then do another 'coat'. Refrigerate for an hour.

Carefully press the rabbit halves out of the moulds and use some melted chocolate to join them together.

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