Easter Treats: Conrad’s Candy & Lake Champlain Chocolates

March 16, 2016

By Tab Byrum


Growing up I always received a chocolate bunny (or 2) for Easter, my grandma Minnie always bought them for her grandkids and lots of times the Easter Bunny brought me one as well. I LOVE chocolate and the first part to go was the ears and for some reason, I’ve always had a thing for those little candy eyes. Now I’m a grown adult (sort of) and I still love chocolate bunnies at Easter, but now the choices are numerous, and the design that goes into creating them is amazing. I’ve been shopping around and I’m going to show you what I’ve found from two companies, Lake Champlain Chocolates and Conrad’s Candy there’s still time to order these guys and have them delivered by Easter, the hard choice for me is dark chocolate or milk chocolate…..one of each PLEASE!! Enjoy!!! (remember to click on the product name in orange to go directly to the web page. 

Lake Champlain Chocolates



Mr. Goodtime Easter Bunny from Lake Champlain Chocolates


Head into the holiday with Cruisin’ Easter Bunny


This is the classic chocolate Easter bunny in either Milk or Dark Chocolate


I want to try one of these guys, a Milk Sea Salt & Almond Bunny


Of course the classic bunny also comes in White Chocolate

Conrad’s Candy


At Conrad’s Candy, they’ve created some not so typical Easter Bunnies, like the Bunny in a Boat


If you have a cycle lover in your life then you may want the Bunny on a Motorcycle.


For a little taste of Spring, there’s the 6 piece Marzipan Box


This Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny comes with a basket and jelly beans. 


You get two chocolate figurines in the Girl with Bunny.


Looks can be deceiving, scroll down to see just how big this Dark Chocolate Easter Bunny is. 


At least she comes with a full basket, flowers, hat and apron, the bunny, not the girl. 

The words are my own
Images are courtesy of
Lake Champlain Chocolates
& Conrad’s Candy.

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