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- Bunny with basket right side. Mold # (E-214a)
- Bunny with basket left side. Mold # (E-214b)
- Binder clips # (V-0306)
- 1 lb. Chocolate, 9 oz. needed for solid bunny # (MM)
- Candy eyes # (S-5100B)
- Gold bow with twist ties # (GTTB)
- Angel flake coconut, used for grass on basket # (CK76-301)
- 1/2 lb. dark green chocolate # (MDGH)
- Chocolate foil eggs or jelly beans. (Available at store location)
|Molds with binder clips, ready for pouring chocolate.|
Lets Get Started
- With a pair of scissors cut the pieces out of the mold leaving an 1/2" to an 1" around the cavity of the mold.
- Cut a hole in the bottom of the mold.
- Line up the edges of the mold and use the binder clips to clip the mold tightly together.
- Melt the chocolate. We suggest using a plastic container and microwave at 1/2 power and for 30 seconds at a time. stir after each 30 seconds until melted.
- Pour melted chocolate into bottom of the mold.
- Place in freezer for approx. 20 minutes. It should look like the mold is pulling away from the mold is most areas.
- Pull off clips, and remove one side of mold. If it does not want to come out, with slight pressure, put the mold back into freezer for about 5 more minutes
- Un mold Bunny Rabbit.
*HINT: To make bunny sit perfectly flat,take a cookie sheet and place it on the stove burner on low. Take bunny and set on the cookie sheet to melt the bottom flat, then place on a piece of waxed paper. It dry's in seconds.
- Use chocolate as a glue and add eyes & bow.
- Melt dark green chocolate and add angel flake coconut so its thick.
- Spoon on top of basket.
- Add chocolate foil eggs or jelly beans wile the chocolate is still wet.
- Let harden.
Now you are ready to wrap it and put it in an Easter basket! Have Fun!