Has anyone found a safe hollow bunny?

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 10:52am
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I've been looking for a hllow bunny (US) for Easter. I looked at all the mail order peanut free companies and can't find a hollow bunny. I see solid ones online but not hollow.

Does Hershey or Cadbury make a safe one? I'd love to find some safe white chocolate too for Easter.

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 10:59am
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i never notice if they are hollow or solid. the hollow ones are easier to eat. i always see palmer ones at the stores but i dont know if they are safe or even if they are hollow or solid. im ordering mine from vermont nut free, i guess its solid??

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 5:53pm
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Last year at Target I found a cadbury chick and a Trebor allan T-Rex dinosaur which were hollow chocolate. I am hoping I will get lucky again this year!
Shelley

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 11:22pm
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I found a small one at Walmart by Frankford Candy. When you call about it, they like to have the item # so if you find one, write the number down to use when you call. I think it is called "rainbow bunny" or something like that.
Melissa

Posted on: Thu, 03/16/2006 - 10:44am
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The VNF one *is* solid (delicious though!) The hollow ones are definitely easier for kids to eat. Maybe if VNF got enough requests they would make one next year? They are pretty receptive to customer suggestions/feedback.

Posted on: Thu, 03/16/2006 - 11:59pm
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In Dallas on McKinney Avenue, there is a chocolatier that makes a hollow bunny, and Whole Foods in Dallas and some in Houston sell it. I can't remember the name offhand, but I'll try to and repost. You may try calling Whole Foods on Lemmon Avenue and Lomo Alto.
They use these wonderful old molds and will combine white and milk and dark chocolate. The EB has brought bunnies that are riding in an antique car, lop-eared bunnies, etc.
Whenever I've called and grilled the company, it's been safe, but I don't know if it still is.
[This message has been edited by McCobbre (edited March 18, 2006).]

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 10:59am
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i never notice if they are hollow or solid. the hollow ones are easier to eat. i always see palmer ones at the stores but i dont know if they are safe or even if they are hollow or solid. im ordering mine from vermont nut free, i guess its solid??

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 5:53pm
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Last year at Target I found a cadbury chick and a Trebor allan T-Rex dinosaur which were hollow chocolate. I am hoping I will get lucky again this year!
Shelley

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2006 - 11:22pm
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I found a small one at Walmart by Frankford Candy. When you call about it, they like to have the item # so if you find one, write the number down to use when you call. I think it is called "rainbow bunny" or something like that.
Melissa

Posted on: Thu, 03/16/2006 - 10:44am
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The VNF one *is* solid (delicious though!) The hollow ones are definitely easier for kids to eat. Maybe if VNF got enough requests they would make one next year? They are pretty receptive to customer suggestions/feedback.

Posted on: Thu, 03/16/2006 - 11:59pm
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In Dallas on McKinney Avenue, there is a chocolatier that makes a hollow bunny, and Whole Foods in Dallas and some in Houston sell it. I can't remember the name offhand, but I'll try to and repost. You may try calling Whole Foods on Lemmon Avenue and Lomo Alto.
They use these wonderful old molds and will combine white and milk and dark chocolate. The EB has brought bunnies that are riding in an antique car, lop-eared bunnies, etc.
Whenever I've called and grilled the company, it's been safe, but I don't know if it still is.
[This message has been edited by McCobbre (edited March 18, 2006).]

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