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Homemade Chocolate Bunnies

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bunny hop

I made chocolate bunnies!

Shhh… they’re actually healthy chocolate bunnies.

Here, let me introduce you. This is Simon:

homemade chocolate bunnies

Yes, I named him.

Right before I bit his head off.

Morbid. πŸ˜•

my butt hurts what

My recipe:

Click here for the recipe.

Oh, and the guy in the middle is not made of white chocolate. (Blech! White chocolate!) He’s made of coconut butter. For both the chocolate and coconut bunnies, you’ll need to keep leftovers in the freezer. (Snow bunnies?) If you’d prefer homemade chocolate Easter bunnies that keep their shape at room temp, simply melt your favorite chocolate chips and pour that into your bunny chocolate molds.

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Published on April 2, 2012

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  1. Emily H says

    I moved to DC for a new job right after the first of the year, and I haven’t seen my family since then. This weekend I am going home to see them, so that is more than enough of a gift from the Easter Bunny!

  2. Beth C. says

    I want an amazon gift card to get books on my kindle πŸ™‚ and I really, really want Bunny Molds from Chocolate Covered Katie the Bunny helper πŸ™‚ My family would have a lot of fun with these.

  3. Renee says

    I would love this bunny mold! I have grandbabies that I would love to spoil by making healthy chocolate bunnies!

  4. Marilyn says

    I just want chocolate…I have been wanting chocolates for days. My favorite east candy is a tie between reeses eggs (or those home made ones, yum!!!) and malted chocolate robin eggs. They’re so yummy. I haven’t been making lots of sweets because I’ve been so busy, so I really deserve them, hurry up mr. bunny!!!

  5. Heidi says

    Oh, homemade chocolate bunnies! I would love to make those. My son has peanut and egg allergies and it is very difficult to find him safe easter candy! (We LOVED your copycat reese’s peanut butter eggs – we made them almond/sunbutter eggs.)

  6. fitbunnie says

    How can you not love white chocolate? πŸ™ sad bunnie.

    Being fitbunnie, easter is a special holiday for me, so Im just excited for all the bunnies out there this week. I hope the easter bunnie brings me something I’ve been working for for over a year now. Cross your fingers!

  7. Heather says

    I would LOVE to have some Chocolate and Marshmallow treats my fav…..Oh and PEEPS but without all the yucky stuff in store bought ones πŸ™‚ Loved them growing up but now that I’m older and can read the ingredients I’m shocked by the stuff in them.

    • Heather says

      Oh and a job that I can like myself for would be great….have interview tomorrow for 1 so we shall see.

  8. Samantha says

    Hooray!

    Dear Easter Bunny – I would like a dream job (if I have to have one) and a better living situation. I realize that is a tall order, so how about this:

    A spring like day, warm, no rain…SUN…please. SUN.
    Something fun for the puppy.
    And a treat for me!

    Thanks for the latest Easter recipe. I made a double batch of the eggs this weekend for public consumption and they were well received. I also had a version of the flourless cookies which I am really getting good at.

    Have a great week. For some reason this is a MONDAY in a major way.

  9. Melissa says

    Bunny molds!! That’s what I want. And those peanut butter eggs, and some cookie dough truffles. And maybe some of those peanut butter secrets that never make it out of the bowl…. Sounds like I am going to be the Easter Bunny this year since I doubt I can find someone to make all of that!

  10. Alexandra says

    I just recently foudn your blog and I am in chocolate LOVE!! You are amazing girl! Keep up what you do – You have a great outlook on life πŸ™‚
    As far as Easter goes, I gave up candy for Lent SO I will take ANY kind of sugary treats possible πŸ™‚ Raisinets and chocolate covered espresso beans are personal favorites of mine while I also LOVE peanut butter smidgens and anything mint chocolate chip!!

  11. Jaime says

    Dear Easter Bunny,

    I would loooooove some bunny molds so I can make my girls (ok and myself!) some chocolate bunnies for Easter! I would also love for Katie to continue posting delicious healthy dessert ideas that we can actually eat!

    Jaime

  12. Jacqueline says

    I just can’t wait to have my mom arrive safely here for Easter and for my roomie and I to prepare the biggest vegan feast we’ve ever laid eyes on!

  13. Becca says

    For Easter, I would like some nice weather for our family Easter egg hunt and some delicious chocolate bunnies and eggs!

    • Christina says

      LOL, I love that!!

      I’d recommend keeping a mini crock pot or fondue pot filled with melted chocolate at the table πŸ™‚

  14. Jessie says

    I hope the Easter Bunny brings me some pansies for my window boxes. I know he’s usually known for jelly beans but with such a warm spring I could have beautiful window boxes already (I’m in WI) if the Easter Bunny just dropped off a few flowers!

  15. Lesley says

    I asked my 2 year old, and she says I should ask the Easter bunny for chocolate, a jump rope, and zucchini. I’d settle for chocolate and a date with my hubby! πŸ™‚

  16. HK says

    I want a basket filled with healthy food such as nuts, protein powder, and veggies! It sounds boring, but that’s what I need right now!

  17. Anne-Marie says

    I LOVE Cadbury mini eggs!!!!! I’d love the Easter Bunny to bring me some of those PLUS some will power to eat only a couple a day (instead of the whole bag!!!!)! πŸ™‚

      • Shauna says

        The link doesn’t seem to be working for me

        But for Easter…chocolate of course! Preferably bunny shaped:)

      • Jennie says

        You could have copied and pasted it?

        It’s not difficult to click a link, but it does make it more time-consuming when people are checking from work. Not to mention it interrupts the natural flow of the post.

        • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

          You know, either way people are going to slam me. If I copied/pasted, they’d say I was recycling a recipe. The point of my post was to show off the bunnies, not a new recipe… why do some people think every post needs to be a new recipe?
          I certainly didn’t link for page views. Believe me, my blog gets more than enough page views without me having to resort to gimmicks!

          • Emma says

            My goodness! Those are some rather bold/rude comments to a super sweet gal who posts amazing recipes that I bet we wouldn’t be able to come up with ourselves! I say it’s worth the extra “effort” to click on a recipe link. And time-consuming? It’s just a nano-second πŸ™‚

          • L. says

            I agree, Emma, but you have to remember that some people think the world revolves around them. To people like Leah or Jennie, it’s not enough that they have access to all of Katie’s recipe without having to spend a DIME on a cookbook.

            For someone who isn’t paying a cent to see these recipes, they certainly have some nerve to tell Katie how she should/shouldn’t run her blog!

          • Kristie says

            L – you realize Katie makes money off her blog when people come to look at it, right? So yeah, I think they have a right to comment on her blog, suggesting ways to improve it. Besides, I’ve clicked on “links” to recipes of Katie’s before, and had to click through 3 or more links to get to the actual recipe because the first couple links will just lead to more posts where she has linked to the recipe. So how about you keep reading Katie’s blog, L, and stop freaking the heck out when someone doesn’t share your opinion?

          • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

            Kristie,
            Yes I definitely was guilty of that in the past, but I’ve apoligized for it (more than once, actually). I made a lot of mistakes when I started blogging, and I cringe when I look at some of my older posts. I’m not perfect, but I really am trying my hardest.

          • L. says

            You do not need to apologize for anything! You put an incredible amount of work into your blog and show enormous respect and caring for your readers, and 99.9% of the people who read are grateful.

            I know that personally I was so amazed one day when I sent out a message to my favorite bloggers letting them know I’d featured them on my little blog. Katie, you were the ONLY one out of all those big bloggers to take the time to comment on my little blog post, and it made me feel SO good. You’re also the only blogger to ever answer my tweets. From all the little bloggers: thank you for not thinking you’re too good for us. So many of the big bloggers have forgotten their little readers, who are the reason they’re able to do what they do. You haven’t, and I am so thankful for that.

            And now I’ll stop taking over your comment section with my long novels!

          • L. says

            Yes, I know how it works Kristie. I’m not stupid. However YOU do not pay her anything. Not one cent comes out of your pocket to fund Katie’s blog. Not one cent poorer are you every time you get to view one of her recipes 100% for no charge to you.

            So you have some nerve to think you have a right to tell someone how to run their blog. You should be grateful the resource exists completely free of charge for you. And if you’re not, you have a choice: don’t read. I’m sure Katie, and all the other readers who ARE grateful for the hard work she puts into her blog, won’t miss the snarky, self-serving comments and attitude of people like you who think they’re entitled.

            I really do feel sorry for people like you. You’re so miserable in your own life that you feel the need to leave rude comments on peoples’ blogs. Why? To make yourself feel better? It’s really sad. πŸ™

          • Jennie says

            Oh good lord. I am rolling my eyes here…

            I don’t think the world revolves around me. But yes, I do have nerve, as I’m a human being on this vast space we call the ‘Internets’ and I can do what I like. So can Katie. Katie makes money off of this blog, and I read it occasionally, and give her ‘clicks’ and she makes money off of those clicks. And so my comments won’t always be sweetness and light, but they’re respectful and at least they’re not constant kiss-assing, which really don’t add anything constructive to the conversation.

            L, please… take a breath, if comments from strangers get you this riled up.

  18. Cynthia says

    Since I am the Easter bunny in my house, I usually get bypassed when it comes to the Easter treats… but I would love the bunny molds — so cute!

  19. Tina Matteson says

    I’m with you, I’d like my basket filled with your amazing peanut butter eggs! And the bunny molds are adorable!

  20. MBMitchell says

    After spending yesterday in the ER, all I want is my one-year-old granddaughter is to be healthy and not to have any more seizures.

  21. Taylor Bohl says

    I am a new follower and vegan baker! I would like a new oven mitt from the Easter bunny, mine is falling apart! Love your blog so so much

  22. Jennifer D. says

    Dear Easter Bunny, please talk to Mother Nature about this weather. We do not want another 100+ summer like last year and it is not looking good since it is hitting 90 in March.
    Sincerely,
    Okie Jen
    P.S. I will have some nice, fresh, organic carrots for you if you come through for me. πŸ˜‰

  23. Sherry says

    Dear Easter Bunny,

    Please bring me CHOCOLATE and please keep the artificial easter grass from getting between my toes. It makes it very difficult to concentrate on eating my CHOCOLATE.

    Thank you,
    Sherry

  24. Paula says

    I would love beautiful weather, a basket full of chocolate including (yes, I LOVE them despite all of the icky stuff in them) Cadbury eggs, and an engagement ring…too much to ask? Probably πŸ™‚

  25. Melissa H. says

    I’d like the Easter bunny to bring me a pair of the white crochet TOMS for my basket… or, you know, just a ton of Peeps πŸ™‚ I’d REALLY love a bunny mold, tho!

  26. Jen E says

    I want new stainless steel stick blender/hand blender from the easter bunny for making yummy food and making soap πŸ˜‰

  27. Denise Batalha says

    I want a job, an opportunity, a foot in the door, anything the Easter Bunny could do for me in the field I’ve studied. It’s something I can’t ask for in any holiday, or my birthday, something no one can give me. Willing to settle for doctors to figure out what’s wrong with me, though. :o)

  28. Leslie Paquette says

    For Easter I would love it if we had some nice warm weather! Oh and a bit of dark chocolate wouldn’t hurt either :))

  29. Lauren Theis says

    I saw these posts about having their children back home, but I want to be that child! I am in college and haven’t gone home in months, and I just want to make it there safely.

    I ALSO want my family to like the vegan treats I’m planning to make! They always make fun of the “healthy” treats… but this year they’re going to love them!

  30. Tori says

    I totally want those Reese PB eggs…my mouth waters at the thought! Though I’ll be making yours instead. πŸ™‚

  31. Lisa says

    These are SO cute. I have to admit, I didn’t even see the white bunny until the second glance.
    All I want for Easter is… chocolate. And more chocolate! And your cute bunny molds πŸ™‚

  32. Tricia Barstad says

    I want Easter bunny molds so the Easter bunny can leave healthy treats in my boy’s Easter baskets! πŸ™‚

  33. Aundrea says

    Katie,
    I love ALL of your recipes! These bunnies look so cute! I just need a nice bunny mold to make them with:) Keep the great recipes coming PLEASE!!!!

  34. Lisita says

    Love this idea. It’s so hard to find safe chocolate especially in bunny form for my child that’s allergic to nuts. Chocolate for Easter is always my wish!

  35. Linda says

    Chocolate covered marshmallow something. Like nutmallow or mallow without nuts. I’m loving the marshmallow lately.

  36. Laura H. says

    I would love it if the Easter Bunny left me some dark chocolate! And cleaned the house, so I can do all those other things I need to do… πŸ™‚

  37. Melissa Miller says

    I love those bunnies so cute the picture of them talking cracked me right up!! My butt hurts! WHAT? bahhhaaaa thats awesome!!
    All I want for easter is a day off from cooking and cleaning!!

  38. Rebecca W. says

    I want chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate from the Easter bunny this year!!! (dark is preferable πŸ™‚ ).

  39. Keeley says

    I want to enjoy my family and the many blessing God has given us. I want all of my family to enjoy my “homemade/healthy” reese eggs πŸ˜‰ because they are awesome!

  40. Lisa says

    I want one of those adorable easter baskets your Mum makes (I’ve stolen that idea for my future kids, by the way!) full of milk chocolate goodies, (pralines and peanut butter ones especially – NO CARAMEL!) maybe a pretty apron for my baking and a subscription for Harper’s Bazaar! Oooh, and lots of Lindt eggs and Guylian πŸ™‚ yummy!! And maybe a nicely decorated egg… And your wonderful bunny moulds… So not a lot πŸ˜›

  41. Debbie (Accidently Delish) says

    my easter bunny (ahem fiance) better be getting me some easter lilies. i LOVE lilies and he knows it. just doesn’t always remember it. haha. but i love fresh flowers in my house so any flowers will do really.

    hope you have a great holiday <3

  42. Becky S says

    For Easter, I want a hot cup of coffee and maybe some coffee cake to go along side it. Wait! I want you to make a healthy version of coffee cake. And I want the bunny molds. Apparently, I want lots of things.

  43. Kalyn says

    I would love some new tea from the easter bunny this year…simple, but I just haven’t been wanting to spend the money on good tea lately when I already have so much.

  44. Jen says

    I want to have chocolate in my Easter basket! Since going gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, it’s been sad and empty on Easter. Here’s hoping! (Hoppin’?!)

  45. Jamie says

    i’m hoping for dark chocolate…but it’s a pretty safe bet since the easter bunny understands that’s about the only “candy” i’ll eat. unless he wants to start reading your recipes…then i’d kill for some of the peanut butter eggs πŸ™‚

  46. Emma says

    Dear Easter Bunny,

    For Easter this year I would like to be magically transported home to see my family and enjoy some delicious treats with the people I love πŸ™‚

  47. ali says

    I just want to see my best friend who goes to school in Kentucky- I spend every Easter with her & her family! It’s so nice of her family to allow this Jewish girl to share their holidays with them & allow me to be a part of the family! I love when people can come together no matter religion, race, ethnicity etc.

  48. Kristen says

    I want an Easter basket full of everything needed to make vegan chocolate treats; cocoa nibs, cocoa powder, stevia, cocoa butter, coconut oil and butter, dried fruits, raw nuts… (I have all of this in the house, but hey, I make soooo many chocolatey things, I could always use a back up supply!) I hope the Easter Bunny is strooooong! Oh, and a bunny mold OF COURSE! : )

    I’m sorry if I double posted….I tried to post a previous comment and I can’t find it!! πŸ™

  49. Chelsea Schweyher says

    I grew up in Germany, and Easter is a pretty big deal over there. As a kid my favorite thirsty of Easter were these amazing caramel bunnies. The caramel just melted in my mouth and was literally the best thing ever. I picked those over chocolate any time. (and I’m quite a chocoholic.) I’ve been vegan for a few years, and ive beyond mastered making caramel but Ive never tried making those yummy bunnies. Hmmm maybe I should get a bunny mold myself just to try. Damn those delicious treats! Ohhh I imagine they’d be even better with like the ears dipped in chocolate or something. πŸ™‚

  50. Anonymous says

    Easter Bunny….Fill my basket with all the goodies to make chocolatey vegan treats for eternity! πŸ™‚ (I hope the Easter Bunny has some muscle under all that cuteness!) Oh, and a bunny mold would be nice too! I have all the goodies at home (sans the mold) but I make so many darn chocolatey things that I’m always running low on supplies! MMmmmm, chocolate.

    I’ve tried posting two other times with my name and email address but it’s not showing on the board πŸ™

  51. Yvonne McCord says

    I made the chocolate peanut butter eggs–and loved them a lot. I want to have an unlimited supply of ingredients to keep making chocolate, chocolate peanut butter eggs, nutella, etc. etc. etc. for Easter and all year round!

  52. Cindy says

    From the Easter Bunny, I’d love the bunny mold of course! I’d also love a beautiful sunny spring day with big white fluffy clouds; a perfect day to take a early morning run with my pup!

  53. Monica says

    For Easter I’d really like for calories not to count! That’s not too much to ask, right? I just want to enjoy some quality homemade food and not have to worry about that extra chocolate bunny πŸ˜‰
    These bunny molds would be great! I definitely would not limit them to Easter-time use πŸ™‚

  54. Monique says

    Something sweet. The last two years the easter bunny has brought me broccoli (can’t say I didn’t like getting broccoli though)

  55. Mika says

    I gave up sugar for Lent, so technically the Easter bunny could bring me loads of sweets…but after all this time I really could go for another batch of cookie-dough dip!

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  57. Matt Di Clemente says

    I want a vitamix blender.
    I would be happy to receive some beautiful vegan easter treats though. Or better yet make them myself. Chocolate Covered Katie’s recipes are fantastic! And her April Fool’s gag will go down in history!

  58. Lisa Braodley says

    I think from Mr. Easter Bunny I would like is a new job! I’m not happy in the one I’m in now so changing would make me able to live my life how I want to!! BTW I’m making the Deep Dish Cookie Pie for Easter Sunday!!

  59. Sarah hermsen says

    I too want a vitamix blender for Easter! I keep waiting for my food processor to give up the ghost so I can get a vitamix but it keeps holding on
    !

  60. Alyssa N. says

    I want a big fat chocolate peanut butter cup! mmm I love those so much i could eat the all day…and all night….I would literally be willing to saty up all night if it meant getting to eat peanut butter and chocolate

  61. Alyssa N. says

    I want a big fat chocolate peanut butter cup! mmm I love those so much i could eat them all day…and all night….I would literally be willing to saty up all night if it meant getting to eat peanut butter and chocolate

  62. Gretchen says

    If I could have my way, the Easter Bunny would be bringing me a little bundle of joy in my womb, but I’m not sure he can swing that πŸ˜‰ Instead, I’ll take lots of chocolate.

  63. Nancy Brown says

    My family is coming for a cook-out on Easter, so I would be happy with a warm, sunny day, everybody present, and all safely home at the end of the day!

  64. Amy says

    I just had a dream about adopting a baby rabbit.. Apparently what I want for Easter is a bunny that purrs πŸ™‚

  65. Christine says

    These look yummy! Can a Vegan eat a bunny though?? πŸ˜‰ j/k

    I would love for the Easter bunny to bring me some of my favorite vegan choco bars from Trader Joe’s! πŸ™‚

  66. Alan Kleesattel says

    hmm how can I ever pick just one thing from the Easter Bunny?!?!?! hmm maybe some papa’s eggs!

  67. Danielle F says

    Hey There Katie,

    This is my first time to post on your blog, but I read every day! I really really really want a Vitamix for Easter this year. I tried to make hummus in my blender yesterday and I broke it! My husband and I have broken 5 blenders in the 8 months that we have been married! WHO DOES THAT KATIE?!! I bought all of the ingredients to make your yummy carrot cake milkshake and have nothing to blend it all together with! What’s on the menu for breakfast you ask? 1 small carrot, 2/3 cup of almond milk, 1 extremely ripe banana. Sad day… I think some chocolate bunnies might be a good pick me up πŸ™‚ Maybe some CCK Penaut Butter Eggs, they are WAY better than the processed ones πŸ™‚

  68. Marsha says

    I want lots of homemade reeses eggs, ne
    w bare escentual lip glosses, and a saint Louis cardinals tank top! I should start a blog about making every recipe in your blog! They all look so good!

  69. Kimberly Louis-Jean says

    ooooo, so much the Easter Bunny could bring me, a Vitamix would be awesome, or an excalibur Dehydrator. But in all honesty, I’d be happy with some vegan chocolate and a book.

  70. Danielle says

    Hmmm… I would like the Easter bunny to bring me coconut butter so I don’t have to make it anymore. I also need a new silicone spatula. And, keeping with my childhood tradition of getting a movie in my Easter basket, I would like a new movie.

  71. Emilia says

    Ahh, these are so adorable! From the easter bunny this year I would like a very fancy dark chocolate bunny…and perhaps some lush easter themed bath bombs (i used to always get those in my easter basket!) πŸ™‚

  72. Amy O. says

    Chocolate, chocolate, and some more chocolate….also for my little boy to finally start talking….oh, and more chocolate. Did I say chocolate? I meant DARK chocolate!

  73. Jennifer says

    I just want the chocolate bunny molds for Easter. That’s all! (Oh, and I also want to finish writing my novel and become a best selling author. That too.)

  74. Angel says

    What do I want? A peaceful morning where my five kids don’t squabble. Chocolate and jelly beans should ensure that. πŸ™‚

  75. Marisa M says

    Not sure if the Easter Bunny is qualified to grant this, but my Easter wish is for my pain to go away. I fell on my tailbone and may have broken it.

    I relate to your “My butt hurts” bunny. HA!

    I have my first 5K run coming up in 3 weeks. I am so bummed (no pun intended).

  76. Amy says

    Dear Mrs. Bunny,
    (Everybody knows a BOY bunny couldn’t do all that work with all those kids!) I would really like some gluten, dairy, soy and (here’s the hard part) CORN-free jellybeans, some delicious Theo salted almond dark chocolate bars, (the dark chocolate is vegan and soy-free!) and an uninterrupted shower that permits me to sing at the top of my lungs until the water runs cold and actually get to shave BOTH legs without accidentally slicing my leg when someone yells, “Moooooommmmmyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!” while banging on the bathroom door. I would also like to make it to church with my husband doing NO wild turns while I am applying lipstick. Oh– and I totally would dig the bunny molds. πŸ™‚

  77. Charlotte says

    Mr Easter Bunny,

    For Easter I’d really quite like a good recipe for chickpea burgers (I had some amazing ones at a restaurant last week and I can’t quite get them right!) I’d also like the puppy that’s currently sitting on my lap to stop licking my face for long enough that I can type a coherent message to Katie!!

    Thank you! Nose nuzzles and tail twitches!

    Charlotte

    P.S. Poppy the puppy says she wants the moulds so I can make her carob Easter bunnies!

  78. Ann says

    For Easter this yr I would love for someone to prepare my bed and plant English peas. They are my absolute fav, to eat right from the shell, and the only place I seem to find them is in my own garden. The spring has come so early in mn that I haven’t been able to get the outdoor work done.
    Those bunnies are so cute though, haven’t seen that kind of mold. since going dairy and sugar free chocolate is something I’ve had to make from scratch (not that I mind the prep–plenty of spoons to lick!).
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  79. Amanda F says

    A day of quality time and good food with my family. We are all so busy that getting together can be tough sometimes. And maybe some of the copycat chocolate reeses eggs you posted the other day. They are on my list of Easter treats to make this week.

  80. Christin says

    I’d love to have the bunny mold, and a day away from all our food allergies, if the Easter bunny could bring that!

  81. Angela says

    For Easter I would LOVE to get a Pandora bracelet! But the truth is all I really want is to watch my children praise our Risen Savior and find some eggs filled with really good chocolate to share with their mommy!

  82. Cassie Appleton says

    I would like the Easter Bunny to bring me a large basket of your copycat peanut butter eggs! I haven’t had time to make them yet! πŸ™‚

  83. Christina P. says

    I have to agree with you; I would love some homemade peanut butter cups for Easter! Thanks for the fun giveaway! I was trying to find something Easter-y and healthy for my kids baskets and have been having a hard time. πŸ™‚

  84. Sara Dane says

    More than anything, I want my husband to have an acceptance on the job front. My fingers are always crossed (which makes making your fabulous recipes a little difficult)

    PS I also do not care for white chocolate…it doesn’t even have cocoa in it!

  85. Rachelle says

    Man, oh man! I haven’t had a chocolate bunny in ages! Oh to feel like a kid again and have one of those!

  86. Rachelle says

    Oh man, oh man! I haven’t had a chocolate Easter bunny in ages! Oh, to be a kid again and have one of those! Yum!

  87. Heather Brandt says

    My son has never had a chocolate bunny (a tragedy!) due to being soy-free, gluten-free & dairy-free. This would be perfect for making him yummy treats that are safe for his body. April is his birthday month so it would be great for making bunnies to decorate his cake with too πŸ™‚

  88. Melissa says

    I would love the bunny molds so that my daughter doesn’t have to just stare at all the other kids basket of yummy candies. She and I are both intolerant to dairy, gluten, soy, and corn syrups. That pretty much takes care of all candy you can buy at the stores. I would love to finally have a year where she gets a chocolate bunny like all her cousins πŸ™‚ No one should have to live without chocolate. Your peanut butter eggs are amazing, we devoured 3 batches already πŸ™‚

  89. Erin says

    I want some 77% Chocolove and… make up! Haha. After I stopped wanting candy for Easter, my mom started buying me colorful make up instead πŸ™‚

  90. ann-marie says

    Chocolate all the way! Plus a vitamix if he can lay that too =P
    (by the way, your bunnies are super cute and that butt joke never gets old lol )

  91. Robyn says

    As I sit here eating my lunch (salad with your dairy free ranch dressing which has CHANGED MY LIFE, KATIE!) and reading the comments, I find I don’t know what I would want if I could wish for anything.

    There’s kitchen stuff, of course, that I am always putting on my wish list: Vitamix, Waffle maker, ice cream maker, more jars for all my various GF dry goods…

    Of course, my wardrobe could also use updating, and I need a nice piece of artwork for over my bed. Then again, my car needs some work…

    Choices, choices. I’d totally settle for bunny molds!

    Thanks, Katie!

  92. Sheila R says

    My Easter basket is always easy (as with my valentines and christmas stocking) Fill it up with anything chocolate and I’m set! You are a girl who wrote a blog after my own heart!!

  93. Abby says

    Love your happy blog, katie! I’ve been browsing forever, but finally made your cookie dough dip this week. Brownie batter and chocolate chip style. YUM. Then I put the leftovers in a milkshake. DOUBLE YUM.

    — What do I want from the Easter Bunny? A day of quiet do-nothing-ness with my husband, complete with several servings of chocolate.

  94. Rosemary says

    For Easter, I want my two boys to not have an allergic reaction while at Grandmas and Grandpas this weekend. And the bunny molds so I can make some of those bad boys!! πŸ˜‰

  95. roselyn page says

    Well, of course lots of goodies, but my dad is in the hospital so I would like him home so my family will all be together that day.

  96. Ali Bailey says

    My 4 year old has never been able to eat Easter candy because he has A LOT of food allergies. I would love to be able to give him a homemade and safe chocolate bunny! That’s all I want for Easter. Just to be able to put something “normal” in his basket.

  97. Emma says

    Oh my goodness I would so absolutely love a Vitamix! I currently have about a million appliances and would love to downsize in our itty bitty apartment…so would my husband!!

  98. Lindsay says

    If the Easter bunny brought me some of your copycat Reese’s eggs I’d be a happy girl πŸ™‚ or flowers of course…chocolate or flowers. Either way can’t go wrong!

  99. TinMO says

    I would love those bunny molds, but I would also enjoy Easter Day going to church and then a picnic with my family. Coming home and watching the 10 Commandments or the Robe.
    Hope to win!

  100. Ronda says

    Ha! I did not even see the Snow Bunny at first! What a great plan to make it with coconut butter. I too would like fresh flowers and some chocolate for Easter. (Though what I need is a bike for Easter!)

  101. Vanessa says

    I just want anything chocolate and peanut butter and for my family and I’s roadtrip to be safe when we go in 2 weeks.

  102. Hania says

    Well I would like to get some super extra time with my sweet 14 months nephew and the rest of family! πŸ™‚

  103. Erin says

    Since I’ve had children it’s never about what I want anymore:) Which I like! I just want my kids to be happy and I want the Easter bunny to bring them healthy treats. Like the stuff I see on your site, I better get workin on that;)

  104. amanda says

    I want a pile of chocolate bunnies as big as my house and a stack of three-ingredient chocolate bars as tall as the Eiffel Tower. Oh, and I want those bunny molds, please.

  105. Jennifer says

    Happy Easter Katie! What an awesome recipe for those of us especially worried about what our sweets-lovin’ children consume (okay – us, too!) For Easter, I would love to find out I am pregnant πŸ™‚ And to have a relaxing day, because we are celebrating my son’s birthday with an Easter egg hunt and party the day before Easter. And, truth be told, I would love to get my nails done. While nibbling on one of these lovely Easter bunnies!!
    Thanks for hosting this, and have a lovely Easter! xo jennifer

  106. Tamara says

    I want Easter treats my food sensitive children can actually eat. Oh wait! I found them on Chocolate-Covered Katie! Thank you so much, Katie, for your recipes. You’ve made a huge difference to our household.

  107. Jeannie says

    Um….I want the easter bunny to bring me some chocolate bunny molds!! πŸ™‚ So my kids can have chocolate bunnies!

  108. Kelsey says

    I’m with the readers that say “I want the bunnies!”. I’ve been wanting a chocolate bunny this year– last year I was newly vegan and didn’t miss it but it’s been too long! And I loooooove your coconut melties so this looks perfect!

  109. Caty says

    I want a huge basket of Easter Candy! I love Easter candy, it’s way better than Halloween candy. And bunny molds! Love your blog Katie!

  110. Katie says

    Some vegan chocolate bars =P preferably twilight (before I was vegan milkyway was my fav). And a chocolate bunny mold from Katie =D oh and if you choose me shipping would be cheap cuz I live in Frisco, Texas. =D

  111. Silvia says

    Ops it works now! I already sent a very short email… sorry.
    Easter Bunny could be so sweet (more than usually) and bring me some raw cocoa powder and if the bunny doesn’t mind, some coconut oil/butter so I can make more of my favorite choco bars from this site! Vegan for 20 years so I have seen my share of sites… but this one is like a website GOD OF CHOCOLATE! mnammmm

  112. mrsluckypants says

    Thank you so much for the great, great, great idea! I am going to have to run to the store to get a mold, but would still love to win yours as well, it’s always nice to have options. I’ve been looking for a chocolate bunny for my son who can’t have milk and no luck, at least that is affordable. I didn’t even think of making it myself. Thanks again and just in time. I love those Cadbury Creme Eggs and the Cadbury ones with the crunchy shell and chocolate middle. If you could figure out how to veganize those I would be forever grateful! That peanut butter egg looks awesome too. I will have to try those!

  113. Rachel says

    I want a basket full of quinoa, agave syrup, raw cacao, virgin coconut oil, and tons of CCK homemade Reese eggs! I tried the Reese egg recipe yesterday and I was sad because I had to share.

  114. Philippa says

    I think I’d just like it to be lovely and sunny over Easter so I can make the most of the long weekend. Also, I’d love to try making some cute chocolate bunnies so those moulds would be very useful indeed!!

  115. Keally says

    I want the easter bunny to bring me Fran’s salted dark chocolates and some homemade reece’s eggs (a la chocolate covered katie), please and thank you!

  116. Samantha says

    I’m praying for two healthy kids this Easter…… and some peace and quiet!!! Plus some bunny molds! haha. Recipe looks awesome…. as usual!!

  117. Karen, WA state says

    What a great score for our family!, My son is dairy free, my husband Diabetic and I am chocolate allergic so can go for the coconut butter one!
    What do you do with the coconut butter? Just put it in the mold and freeze? or do you do something else?

    Finally Easter bunnies in our baskets!

  118. Ellen says

    For Easter, I want my broken leg to be magically healed so I can run the Boston Marathon in two weeks and get back into the kitchen to bake up all your yummy recipes.

    And if that doesn’t work, I’ll take your bunny molds as a close second. πŸ™‚

  119. Rachel says

    I want the Easter Bunny to bring me allergen free treats since I’m on a restricted diet for the little one (who is exclusively nursing!).

  120. Ellen says

    For Easter, I’d like my broken leg to be magically healed so I can run the Boston Marathon in two weeks like I’d planned (it took me TWELVE tried to qualify and then BAM! Dreams crushed via a broken leg) AND so I can get upright and back into the kitchen to make all your yummy recipes.

    If that doesn’t work, I’ll take the bunny molds. πŸ™‚

  121. Angela says

    aside from wanting anything dark chocolate related for Easter or simply maybe an Easter basket FULL of an assortment of chocolatecoveredkatie yummies…I’d love to have Miss Katie move to Denver, CO area so we can hang out and cook all these amazing recipes together (I know I can make them on my own – I just think it’d be great to get to know you in person!) I LOVE your blog and recipes. I cannot tell you how many people I’ve referred your site to for healthy treats! (really, I’m not brown-nosing. πŸ˜‰ I just had to tell you how much I appreciate your blog and how cool it is to see you PLASTERED all over pinterest and other places too! hooray!) Hope you have a blessed Easter!

  122. Stacie Sager says

    First off, I LOVE your blog and look forward to your posts! I’d love it if I could get those bunny molds for Easter this year, but would settle for some tulips in a planter. Either one could be enjoyed next year! Thanks & have a wonderful holiday!

  123. Melinda says

    Would love for the Easter bunny to send me some raw chocolates, like Sacred Heart Chocolate! It’s super amazing!

  124. Aly says

    I am a graduating senior at The Ohio State University and I want the Easter bunny to leave me enough money to pay off my student debt!

    As well as a basket full of some dark chocolate πŸ™‚

  125. the surfer says

    I want an Easter egg with a message inside saying that the rest of this spring’s semester classes will be successful and for my recently ordered Vitamix to travel here safely!

  126. Nicole says

    I would LOVE for the Easter Bunny to bring me a basket full of sugar-free treats that all taste like the real things…especially Cadbury Eggs!

  127. Katie says

    I wish the Easter bunny could bring our family to us. We live in Oregon and they all live in Wisconsin so it gets lonely around holidays since we can’t travel for every one of them.

  128. Ariane says

    I would like a years supply of any healthy candy that contains chocolate,mint and especially cokconut! Yum!

  129. vogelstar says

    Hmmm it’s Easter so chocolate is on the mind. I want that hot chocolate that Vianne makes in the movie Chocolat with the chilli pepper. I think about that stuff a lot actually. Happy Easter, your bunnies are adorable

  130. Sonyanijntje says

    Actually, I would like it to be warm and sunny and that everyone is happy and will enjoy ALL the things I’m making for Easter! (Luxury Easter-brunch with different breads and rolls and spreads that I’ll make, and also dinner for which I will be doing my extra best. As well on first as on the second day of Easter!)

  131. Stefanie says

    I would like a new pair of running shoes but that will not be happening. Some odwalla bars will work though. πŸ™‚

  132. Michelle says

    I want the secret to dealing with my soon to be 14-year-old daughter. If I dip her in chocolate will she become sweeter?? HELP! Bunny molds might make me feel better… πŸ™‚

    Cheers to all!
    m.

  133. Natalie @ Living Green Chicago says

    I’d like the Easter Bunny to bring me a tasty vegetarian brunch for Easter πŸ™‚

  134. Rachelle says

    That is awesome! I actually have four little ones so that would even make the perfect amount! What I want from the Easter Bunny is for him to make this a very fun and exciting first vegan Easter for my little ones! Ooh, and some chocolate covered peanut butter cups for me! :0)

  135. Sue says

    Last year the Easter Bunny brought be a Kindle…..totally surprised me! This year, all I want is a nice fun day with the family. Oh and a Kindle Fire would be extra special! πŸ˜€

  136. Krisitn says

    What do I want for easter … flowers, lots and lots of flowers. Baskets full, pots full, a lawn full, a garden full. And seeds to plant. And maybe just one chocolate bunny.

  137. Christa Sigman says

    I want an easter basket with flowers and a gift certificate for a one hour massage for after my morning run.

  138. Sunnie says

    Oooh, I know what I’d love from the Easter Bunny! Dark 100% chocolate, coconut oil and cocoa powder (to make my OWN chocolate, of course!), and some dates. I’ve been meaning to buy some dates . . . and maybe he could throw in a few carrots so that I could make HIM something to thank him with! ;).

  139. Emma @ Bake Sew Grow says

    I’d like a big box of organic fruit and veggies please – all mine have disappeared into my juicer! I’m addicted haha πŸ™‚

  140. Chrissy says

    Katie, I keep getting an error page when trying to click the recipe link… help please!

    I’d like me a big tasty chocolate bunny for Easter :0)

  141. Elaine says

    I’d love for the cake and I’m planning to make (chocolate, of course!) turn out. And I’d love the bunny molds, since my 3-year-old would love making things with them.

  142. Amber with Slim Pickin's Kitchen says

    Dear Chocolate Covered Bunny-

    I would like a baby bunny in my oven. STAT.
    I’m not getting any younger, you know? πŸ˜‰

    XOXO

  143. mary says

    Girl, you are so funny! Your chatty chocolate bunnies are hysterical! And trust me, I needed a good laugh. My laptop died! Grrrrrr! So what do I want for Easter (or any day!)? – a brand new laptop that works, sings, whatever!

    Thanks for making me smile today! -mary

  144. Sadie says

    I just moved to a new town, so the easter bunny (my mom) came a little early this year and brought me a 3 month membership to my new gym!! So I don’t him him to bring me anything on Sunday, except maybe a few healthy vegan treats =)

  145. Kerry says

    I want lots of dark chocolate, and a fully stocked pantry with everything I need to make all of your recipes!

  146. Chanda Pearson says

    My son & I were diagnosed with gluten & dairy sensitivity last July! I always get the kids a chocolate bunny for Easter & was planning on using your gf/df chocolate recipe! But I haven’t been able to find bunny molds for chocolate! We would so appreciate winning the molds! πŸ™‚ BTW: Thanx for chocolate recipe!

  147. Kristen says

    I want a basket full of Cocoa Nibs, Dried Fruit, Cocoa Powder, Coconut Oil, Cocoa Butter, Stevia and of course an adorable bunny mold (I’m sure there’s more, but that poor bunny will need to have to CARRY my basket so it can get delivered, right? πŸ™‚ ) so I can make my own delicious vegan treats for myself….I mean, um, for everyone! πŸ˜‰ Not that I don’t already have the stuff in the house, I just make so much chocolate/chocolatey things that I always need more! πŸ™‚

  148. Jena says

    I would love a healthy array of fresh fruits, veggies, some spa gift certificates and, of course!, a bit of chocolate

  149. Courtney says

    Chocolate is the obvious answer, right? That and my mom’s batch of homemade cinnamon buns. That’s all I look forward to on Easter!

  150. Verena says

    Hey Katie, can you please tell the bunny to bring me a a bunny mold ; ) I’m so in love with the ones you used! Its just lovely! chocolaty greets from germany! verena

  151. Tanya @ Dine, Dash, and Deadlift says

    I want your CopyCat Reese’s Eggs for Easter too!! AND I want a beautiful day so I can enjoy a hike with my pup! πŸ™‚

  152. Rachele says

    For Easter, i want your Chocolate bunny molds!! I want them because my 11 year old daughter loves bunnies and would “hop” over them!!! (And I refuse to buy the commercial ones for her.)

  153. Christina says

    Hmm.. I would LOVE to have a huge basket full of a variety of fruit covered in Dark, 80% cocoa chocolate! …Mmm… Heaven!(: Cant wait to make these bunnies Katie!
    PS: I LOVE the talking bunnies! πŸ˜‰

  154. Rande McDaniel @ The Vegetable Centric Kitchen says

    Chocolate. Always. Loving your Easter recipes! I’ve been dreaming about the Cadbury Eggs…

  155. Judy Neary says

    The recipe link doesn’t seem to be working for me.

    I want a peaceful and joyful day with Church and friends/family

  156. Andrea says

    For Easter this year, I am just hoping for a peaceful, happy time spent with those closest to me! That’s all anyone can ask for. (And chocolate, obviously there will be chocolate involved!)

  157. bitt says

    This sounds really cheesy, I love chocolate and all but I really hope the easter bunny could bring me a day free of pain and full of good health for once.

    ps: I barely noticed the white bunny at first, he’s like a ghost bunny!

  158. Becca J. says

    I would love for the Easter bunny to bring me a warm, sunny day! My family made chocolate bunnies all growing up, but sadly my Mom is the only one with the molds- now that I have my own family I need to get some of my own!

  159. Jensen Ankerson says

    I want stuff from whole foods market, the huge organic pink lady apples included(as well as some dark coconut clusters!!!):)

  160. Danielle says

    I want some of your chocolate pb eggs and some dark chocolate bunnies! Someone mentioned coconut cake in their comment. That sounds good too!

  161. Meagan Shaw says

    I want the Easter Bunny to bring me some healthy cadbury cream eggs…they are so hard to stay away from this time of year! Happy Easter!!

  162. Debbie says

    I haven’t had an Easter basket since I was 8 or 9. If the Easter bunny visits this year I could use a gift card to Barnes and Noble, a vegan everything cookie from Whole Foods, or some vegetable seeds to plant in the garden.

  163. Tracy says

    I think my son would LOVE to have chocolate bunnies and if I could make them healthy that would be wonderful! So, I guess I want my son to eat healthy chocolate!

  164. Rebecca T. says

    As silly as it sounds, I want a treadmill. I’ve lost 60 pounds over the past 2 years and I need a little extra help to get rid of the last 10!

  165. Ashley says

    I am a soon to be mommy and I would love a chocolate bunny mold for an Easter gift this year so that I can practice making chocolate Easter bunnies for the little one πŸ˜‰

  166. Sarah says

    I want my mom to keep recovering…she had a traumatic brain injury last June and has been in a nursing home since. She has extensive brain damage, but I want God to heal her on Easter.

  167. Allison Standard says

    These bunnies are fantastic! Here’s hoping for a bag of Cadbury Mini Eggs in my basket- delicious and chocolatey!

  168. Heidi says

    I want the Easter bunny to bring me a basket full of energy to get over this darn adrenal fatigue. I miss running…and bouncing after my kiddos like a little bunny… But fun bunny molds come in a close second! πŸ™‚

  169. Leah says

    A food processor so that I can make all of your yummy delicious recipes!! Although I managed to swing the chocolate chip cookie dough dip using my mini chopper today and my kids inhaled it!!

  170. Laura D says

    I would love the Easter bunny to leave me a whole basket of delicious treats from your website’s recipes!

  171. Kelsey says

    After years of not having an Easter egg hunt, my mum has decided that she’d like to do one for myself, my fully grown brother, and our partners!! I’m just looking forward to fun on the day… But some dark chocolate eggs wouldn’t hurt, of course!

  172. Lauren (PB&G) says

    I hope the Easter Bunny brings me anything chocolate! Or peanut butter..

    This is such an awesome idea! I would love to make these for my hunny instead of buying the stuff I know isn’t as good (both tasting and for him).

  173. Rose says

    I don’t celebrate Easter, but what would make me really, really, super happy is a hug from my dad across the Atlantic… I’m halfway through a semester in Prague and missing family like crazy!

  174. Judy says

    I’d love to have the Easter Bunny bring some of Chocolate Covered Katie’s treats already made….but more likely is that someone else will have to make them to fill the family’s baskets.

  175. Kara says

    I would like the Easter Bunny to bring me you! That way you could bake all of these things for me all the time. But if I can’t have that I will gladly take any sort of chocolate treats. πŸ™‚

  176. Jordan Riley says

    Hmm… Does the Easter Bunny bring completed history papers? Because that would be fabulous. πŸ˜›

  177. Rachel says

    I’m away at college and will not be able to make it home for Easter, so my friends and I are celebrating here! I would love a chocolate bunny mold so I can show them how delicious being a vegan can be!

  178. Renae says

    cc: Chocolate-Covered Katie

    Dear Easter Bunny,
    Only chocolate will do; you know the drill.

    Thank you,
    Nae

  179. Kealy says

    If the Easter Bunny is magical (he is, of course), then he can do anything, right? Right. So for Easter, I want my masters thesis to be finished.

  180. Dolce says

    For Easter I want a basket full of delicious jars of nut butter, Reese’s eggs, and robins eggs! Yummmm yum

  181. katie says

    i want a big basket of chocolatey goodness and another full of ingredients for some of your recipes to make for me and my boyfriend…we both love you!

  182. Christie F says

    I would love chocolate with nuts, preferable almonds or pecans…in any form, thank you very much. LOL. I am hoping that this will be sent subliminally to my hubby AND the Easter Bunny. ;-0 Thanks for the chance to win this prize!

  183. Katie (also chocolate covered) says

    I hope the Easter bunny drops a Vitamix into my basket so I can make more of your delicious recipes!

  184. holly says

    Dear Easter Bunny,
    I would like a job I love that pays all of the bills and I would love to have my children this Easter.
    Sugar free gluten free chocolate is good too 8D
    Sincerely,
    Holly

  185. Anne says

    I would like for safe travels as we drive from Texas to MS to see our son who is stationed at Columbus AFB.

  186. Marleena says

    I would like the Easter Bunny (or one of his helpers) to bring me a new car that doesn’t die in the middle of the road every few weeks and has to be towed in then get $1000 in repairs just to die again with new problems.

  187. Kit-Kat says

    I would love a basket filled with fruits (fresh and dried… I am suddenly obsessed with dried dates and pinneapple!). And candies and chocolates too! <3

  188. TiaTofu says

    I don’t want anything from the Easter Bunny, just wanna give him/her carrots and snugglez. πŸ™‚ fluffypuffycuteness<3

  189. Ginnie M. says

    Hmmm, can the bunny fit a new car into an Easter basket? Okay, okay, I’ll go with loads and loads of chocolate. Just as good. πŸ™‚

  190. Tawsha Simon says

    I want the Easter bunny to bring me allergy friendly chocky (chocolate) bunnies, Sour Patch Kids and the Adele 21 CD. Oh, and a gift certificate for a manicure πŸ™‚

  191. Maria Di Vietro says

    I want an easter basket full of tofu…and pineapples…lots and lots of pineapples. Some chocolate would be nice too!

  192. LouAnn Mallon says

    If I won the molds I would give them to my daughters to make something wonderful and hopefully healthy!

  193. Erin says

    I want to wake up to find the Easter bunny has done all my dishes, washed & folded all the laundry, and cleaned my bathroom. Gooood bunny.

  194. April says

    I would like him to bring me a dehydrator and a juicer….those are healthy requests but somehow I think they are over the Easter Bunny’s budget. =(
    Thanks

  195. Nancy Bengtson says

    Ten times cuter than in the stores too! What do I want from the Easter Bunny? Well, how bout he nibbles on my ear and I melt?

  196. Matilda says

    We like to call it the Easter Bilby in Australia (a cute wee marsupial with long ears) πŸ˜€ And I would absolutely love it if he/she could somehow sneak a Mountain Mint Wildbar into my Easter basket… I’ve literally been dreaming about them since you mentioned them all that time ago!

  197. Lorien McCormick-Blaine says

    I got my wish already after hitting a deer head on going 65 mph everyone in the car was safe and no one got hurt. I totaled and I do mean totaled the car……but its just a car my sweet babies were safe! This Easter I will hug the ones I love a little bit tighter!
    HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE ! Remember to live every day like there is no tomorrow!
    ~Lorien

  198. Tina says

    I want my son to be able to go home from the hospital and be able to play and eat. I want to sleep in my own bed and cook in my kitchen.

  199. Kristine says

    I want a basket full of your cookie dough dip…aaaaand homemade chocolate bunnies. I can’t think of anything better for an Easter treat! πŸ™‚

  200. LDT says

    I would love it if the Easter Bunny brought me some coconut butter and peanut flour! It’s tough to find these things around my area and I have a feeling he might have a wider shopping area to scour.
    Of course, I’ll be happy if I get to spend a day playing scrabble and eating vegan cupcakes with my family πŸ˜€

  201. Emily says

    For Easter, I want my home to finally sell so that I can move into a better home for my baby Lucy to keep growing in. And a chocolate bunny mold πŸ™‚

  202. Delta says

    what do I want for Easter? A Bunny mold of course lol and some stevia drops to make these, unfortunately I just made the long drive to the health food store yesterday and dont wanna drive back there again this week! maybe our super-uber expensive store at the closer city (I live i the boonies) will have some when I go tomorrow… hmmm will have to look!

  203. Chris says

    I want to indulge in too much dark dark chocolate laced with orange. And I want no trace of it left on my butt or belly when I’m finished! Mostly, though, I want some good old fashioned black licorice MADE WITHOUT CORN SYRUP or wheat starch. If anyone knows if this stuff is available ANYWHERE, PLEASE tell me!!! I look and I look………..

  204. Jana says

    Hi Katie! Would love to try these out! I’d looove the Easter Bunny to give me all the ingredients to all your recipes so I could bake them all!!! And to give me enough time to make them all! Totally obsessed with your blog and try to make at least one of your recipes every day πŸ™‚ My friends and family love them! Happy Easter! <3

  205. Meredith says

    I want the Easter bunny to bring me a ticket to spend a day with you in the kitchen, making all of your delicious treats!

    Or a kitten. Either one πŸ™‚

  206. Judy says

    For Easter all I really want is some vegan chocolate, some more vegan chocolate, and if possible a little more vegan chocolate. That’s it for me….just CHOCOLATE!

  207. ALICE TILSON says

    WHAT I WANT FOR EASTER—IF ONE OF THESE BUNNY MOLDS—-THEY ARE SO PRECIOUS AND YOU DID SUCH A GREAT JOB MAKING THEM–IN FACT ALL YOUR BLOGS ARE SO PRETTY—-

    I AM A SHUT IN AND IT IS HARD FOR ME TO GET SOMEONE TO PICK ME UP SOMETHING—UNLESS MY HUSBAND GOES TO THE GROCERY STORE–!!!

    HOPE YOU HAVE A HAPPY EASTER AND GET EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT—(‘-‘)
    HUGS–ALICE TILSON

  208. Emi says

    What do I want from the Easter bunny? I want Katie to cook for me! (Can the Easter bunny do this? Maybe instead of some of that laundry?)

  209. Kat says

    I want the Easter Bunny to bring me some Gluten Free Goodies from Whole Foods, as well as Justin’s Nut Butter. I Would also love an Easter Egg Hunt. I miss those a lot!

  210. Mallory S says

    Hmmm, is it too much to ask for fresh shelling peas to appear at my farmer’s market? That is what I really want!

  211. Karla says

    I just (as in today) started eating wheat and dairy free….eeeek! I want yummy Easter treats that I can have and taste good!

  212. Heather says

    I would love it if the Easter bunny brought me…. a chocolate bunny mold! I (and the E. bunny) would score REALLY big with my kiddos.

  213. Jackie Wood says

    I’d ask the Easter Bunny to bring good health to my parents, for them to have a bright and happy, pain free day. With laughter in their souls and love in their hearts..for Easter will also be their 55th wedding anniversary

  214. Alicen Adams says

    I want the Easter Bunny to clean my house for me before my entire family comes over for lunch. I would <3 that!!

  215. Krystle says

    Dear The Easter Bunny,

    Please send me more recipes from CHOCOLATE COVERED KATIE. Oh and some healthy chocolate to make Katie’s recipes. Oh and love, happiness, and world peace.
    THANK YOU! πŸ™‚ See you in 6 days.

    Happy Egg Making,
    Krystle

  216. Claire K says

    Hi Katie! I really want the Easter Bunny to deliver baskets of dark chocolate candy & the newest dark chocolate mint m&ms to my college roomie and I. We aren’t able to go home for Easter and will be celebrating her in New Orleans, your chocolate bunny molds would help all of my friends celebrate!

  217. Lynde Thames says

    adorably morbid!!
    hmmmm…Dear Easter Bunny…..I want dairy free…egg free…yeast free…corn free…soy free chocolate!

  218. Laura says

    As much as I want to tell the Easter Bunny to not leave me any treats this year (diet!), I always hope for Reese’s peanut butter eggs!! This year, however, I hope they are yours! πŸ™‚

  219. Julie Simpson says

    I want the Easter Bunny to bring me chocolates that taste like See’s but sugar free and low fat. πŸ™‚ is that too much to ask?

  220. Emily says

    I would love to enjoy a quality day with my family over brunch with a bunch of these little chocolate bunnies! YUmmy

  221. MrsPetey says

    I want the Easter bunny to leave something better for my children than over processed candies with so many ingredients that it sounds like a science project. Thanks to your recipes, I am giving my 1 year old daughter stuff she can really sink her teeth into and I don’t have to worry about what she is putting into her baby body.
    (Your 5 minute chocolate oats recipe is a frequent request from her. I make it about 2-3 times a week for breakfast. I only wished I had known about it sooner, I could have purΓ©ed it and given it to her as a baby first food before she had teeth. I’ll know better for the next one!)

  222. Elizabeth Todd says

    I want some new running and yoga gear! But I think that might be a little heavy for the bunny’s basket? lol

  223. Paige McBride says

    I really would love a chocolate easter bunny mold for
    easter! That, and the mega millions would have been nice but too late for that! =)

  224. Brenda Johnston says

    Hi! I am new to your blog and LOVE it! I decided to try your chocolate bars today. I have Crohn’s disease and have a hard time digesting regular sugar. I used the Agave Nectar and felt great after eating the chocolate bar! My only question is, is there a substitute for the coconut oil that you think might work? I would love to make this a little lower cal. I don’t expect you to answer this as you have too many comments to read through, but I thought I’d give it a shot! Thanks for your awesome blog!

  225. Marina Patrice says

    I’d like the Easter bunny to bring me some local raw honey, herbal tea, and healthy chocolate bunnies (or some awesome molds so I can make my own!). I really enjoyed the pictures for this recipe..

  226. Jules says

    I want the Easter Bunny to bring me a cute pair of sandals and one of those 2-foot tall chocolate easter bunnies!

  227. Steph says

    It’s a longshot but… I would like a big basket of CCK samplers πŸ™‚ including bunnies, babies, single ladies, and other goodies!

  228. Sami B. says

    Definitely “Chocolate Covered Katie Copy Cat Reese’s PB Eggs.” Those things are the answer to my prayers!!!

  229. Elise says

    I would love to get a new home for my bunny Paco!! And maybe some chocolate-covered carrots πŸ˜‰ and for myself, any chocolate will do!

  230. Maureen says

    Simon’s so very cute!
    I don’t want anything from the Easter Bunny – but if he would take something – like ten pounds, that would be awesome!

  231. mona says

    Hey Katie… don’t get mad, but I want CADBURY MINI EGGS! πŸ™‚ And one of your deep dish cookie pies. Heavenly.

  232. Dana says

    I’d love a bunny mold and any thing Katie makes. And throw in a blog with as many cool followers as she has, while you’re at it, Mr. Wabbit!

  233. Rachel Lucas says

    I want a food processor from the Easter Bunny this year, so I can make more of your fabulous recipes.

    Love this site!! πŸ™‚

  234. Aja says

    I want the Easter Bunny to give me a full ride scholarship to college for the next 4 years. Or at least one that will cover tuition. Or housing. either one is good. Oh! And lots of chocolate of course.

  235. Home Cooked Healthy says

    Gonna have to try the coconut ones with my healthy carrot muffin recipes. What a cute topper these would make!

  236. Janae says

    I was born on Easter (my birthday is tomorrow) so I’ve always gotten a stuffed Easter bunny for my birthday and/or a Easter. That’s what I’d like.

  237. A says

    I just want to enjoy a few days with my family in the sunshine – i haven’t seen them in so very long and I can’t wait to just have a good visit and lots of hugs, laughs, and fun!

  238. Stacey says

    I want the Easter bunny to bring me my own personal chef for the day…possible someone with the name Katie…

  239. Cheryl says

    High quality chocolate please!!! πŸ™‚ I also know that the Easter Bunny can’t grant this, but I would like her to bring my sister her voice back (she has dystonia) and has been w/o a voice for over a year.

  240. Ash says

    Easter has always and should forever = a lot of Chocolate.
    What else? One shouldn’t mess with perfection. So I would love some raw dark chocolate this year please Mr. Bunny πŸ™‚

  241. Rebecca Wright says

    What I want for Easter? I guess just a peace amongst the chaos that surrounds my family (and my bro in law a job would rock too)…but otherwise, what other thing can a women really want on Easter, or any other holiday for that matter, besides Chocolate!

    I’m not picky though, milk, white, dark are all awesome-although the dark is my favorite!

    Have a blessed holiday!

  242. Francesca says

    Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Eggs! Anything chocolate and peanut butter! Love the bunnies. I’d love to make them for my 1 year old nephew.

  243. Tiffany says

    I want the Easter bunny to whiz us though the next few months, when we might be moving!! So stressful, especially the not knowing!

  244. Katie Eisenhour says

    I want the Easter bunny to bring healthy snacks….and a little candy for those special moments!

  245. Rachel says

    CCK,
    You crack me up! Love the site. After 15 years of staying home to help raise our boys I am heading back to school! I am leaving my engineering career behind to become an elementary school teacher and I am so excited I am bouncing in my chair as I type this. So….for Easter (which is also my birthday this year) I REALLY want my financial aid package to come through. I know, boring right. Sad but true.

    Thanks for the great posts. Keep ’em coming!
    Rachel

  246. Nicole says

    I want my own house so my kids don’t have to keep sharing a room anymore and we can get out of this scary neighborhood! But I don’t think the bunny will be bringing that. πŸ™

  247. Sarah says

    Dear Easter Bunny, among the more probable things I’d like (read: love) to get is a Vitamix and some vegan chocolate. I only have a (weak) hand blender, and I can’t even get my chocolate fix now that I’ve had to give up all milk since all the chocolate I can find in the stores have some kind of milk in them. I’d also love you forever if you gave me lots and lots of fruit and carrots because my bank account is beginning to look kind of empty, and despite all I’ve eaten I still keep getting hungry. πŸ˜‰ Oh, and if you’re busy I’d be more than happy if you could give me money to get all this myself.

    On a more serious note, I just love your blog Katie! I’ve only been reading your blog for a few weeks, but you’ve already inspired me a LOT. I’m not (yet?) vegan, but I eat vegan most days anyway. You’ve even inspired me to try running again. πŸ˜€ Just wanted to say a big thank you! And sorry for the long post.

  248. Loretta says

    I want my family to be happily settled and my husband to find a job that he loves. Also, a little chocolate wouldn’t hurt.

  249. Shelly Moe says

    I love Cadbury Eggs. I told my hubby that if he buys these, he can only buy one. I have no will-power when it comes to these.

    Katie – I think you should work on a recipe for these next. πŸ™‚

    Keep up the great work! I’m lovin’ your recipes!

  250. Renee' says

    I would love an Easter basket full of your Fudge Babies, some chocolate Easter Bunnies, hmmm cripsy easter bunnies, peanut butter filled easter bunnies and a giant Deep Dish Chocolate Chip Cookie PIE!!!! Crap, now I have to go make some desserts lol

  251. Justine Duppong @ Life With Cheeseburgers says

    Adorable! I just want a safe flight from the Easter bunny–my hubby and I are flying over the holiday!

  252. M. R. says

    I would like to have sunny, beautiful weather and enjoy my children getting Easter presents, finding eggs, then enjoying a Resurrection service!

  253. denise suender says

    HI, Would love to get your
    “bunny molds” and make some for both my grandchildren who have peanut allergies and I have not been able to find anyone who makes allergy free rabbits. They have never been able to have a “Easter Rabbit” and would like to make them for them even if it is after Easter.

    Please respond – Thanks, Denise

  254. Camille says

    I want those chocolate bunny molds! But with chocolate bunnies in them already too hehe

    You’re such a sweetie with these giveaways!

  255. Deborah from Lulu Wraps says

    Just found your blog, and it’s such fun! I would love a bunny mold, so here’s my Easter wish: a unit of lovely mushroom compost, delivered to my driveway. For you non-gardeners, that’s composted horse manure and wood chips, and it makes the garden fabulous! A couple of years ago I ordered the same amount, and it surprised me by being the size of a VW. Had to put a sign out: “$2 / wheelbarrow, drop $ in mail slot”. Worked like a charm, met a whole slew of lovely neighbors, and now my garden needs a bit more mulch. But I would use the bunny molds for actual chocolate.

  256. Kate says

    I want a GIANT basket full of all kinds of chocolates! Rapberry chocolate, orange chocolate, mint chocolate, chocolate bunnies, hazelnut chocolate, peanut butter chocolate, and of course all healthy too! But really, I hope that I atleast get ONE chocolate from someone, that`d make me happy enough =).

  257. Laura says

    Wow, look at all your comments/traffic! I would like the Easter bunny to bring me a spa day. Since that’s highly unlikely, I’d settle for some of those awesome bunny molds! πŸ™‚

  258. Christine says

    I want chocolate covered peanut butter eggs, my favorite combo. Although, chocolate covered coffee beans are a close second. Come on Easter bunny, you better deliver!

  259. Patricia says

    These are SO cute! Personally, I would LOVE a vegan white-chocolate rabbit! πŸ™‚ I love white chocolate. It’s so hard to find vegan white chocolate (at least where I am) but every now and then I order some. Did you add sugar/sweetener to the coconut butter/oil rabbit, or it is just straight coconut? I can’t find coconut butter where I live, but I can get coconut oil really easily. I’m just not sure that a coconut-oil rabbit would taste very good πŸ™
    I am going to be doing some blog entries this week on Easter-candy themes: vegan peanut butter cups/eggs, and vegan Cadbury eggs – YUM!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      It’s just coconut lol.
      But yeah, I’m with you… I don’t think a coconut oil rabbit would be good! But you could always add a little agave or stevia drops (and optionally, some peanut butter) and then it would be good!

  260. Kim says

    I want bunny pans for Easter πŸ™‚ I’m excited to try your chocolate bar recipe.. I think I am gonna throw in Easter baskets and see if anyone notices… But mostly I want to keep them for myself.

  261. Bobbi says

    My student loans paid off!! Oh wait…I don’t think the easter bunny works that way. Maybe just a big basket of dark chocolate! πŸ™‚

  262. Dominique Lapierre says

    I’m currently on exchange in France ,what I’d like from the easter bunny is my mom’s cooking !

  263. Maggie Hammond says

    I want the sun to shine on Easter so the kids can enjoy an outdoor egghunt.
    PS Maybe the Easter Bunny can leave the Mama a Trifle bowl, she’s always wanted one πŸ˜‰

  264. Michaela says

    You know how you can tell the difference between male & female chocolate bunnies? The males are the ones w/the hollow heads. πŸ˜‰ Thanks for your great blog. A friend recommended it at our First Place 4 Health Bible Study Group (sort of like a Christian Weight Watchers). I just checked it out, plan to recommend it to the rest of the group, have already recommended it to a relative w/a fairly new vegan blog, & plan to recommend it to my Make a Note Facebook Fan page fans as well. Thanks for sharing with us! πŸ™‚

  265. Tammigirl says

    The Easter Bunny could drop off great big basket with the kitchen island of my dreams! Now THAT would be some Easter basket!

    I could settle for a nice lunch.

  266. Becky says

    For Easter, I would like for people to remember the real reason we are celebrating – Jesus rising from the grave! I would also LOVE for someone to drop 5 nicely-filled Easter baskets in my lap, so I won’t have to make them this year! πŸ™‚

  267. katherine c says

    I want the easter bunny to bring me some pretty flowers and some rain. Boy we need some rain right now.

  268. Katherine says

    I’d like a little sunshine to make it feel “Springish.” Of course, I could also do with some chocolate eggs!

  269. ashley says

    I want more fabulous low calorie chocolate recipes from you. You don’t even KNOW how much easier you’re making my diet! Bunnies?! YES!

  270. Macy says

    I want the easter bunny to bring me so much chocolate it will take months to eat it all…thats alot of chocolate too, i like to eat it daily πŸ™‚

  271. jen de jong says

    I hope the Easter bunny landscapes our new house. Right now we have a big sandbox! (My son is allergic to dairy, so I’d love to be able to make him a chocolate bunny)

  272. Jackie says

    I want my father to recover from his hip replacement surgery so he can finally get a kidney transplant and come home.

  273. Colette says

    I would love to find your macaroon chicks, carrot cake for one, and chocolate healthy bunnies all nestled in some vintage pyrex in my easter basket.

  274. Lexi @ Cura Personalis Foodie says

    I’ve never been a huge fan of chocolate bunnies (too sweet), but these are adorable!

  275. char eats greens says

    Katie! You don’t like white chocolate?! I actually love it the odd time…like right now because I haven’t had it in so long! I’ll forgive you for not liking it one day πŸ˜‰

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