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Chocolate Bunny with Carrots

1 medium Easter bunny mould
250g of milk chocolate
Icing carrots
1 large cellophane bag for packaging
Bulldog clips
Orange ribbons to match the carrots
Easter stickers

Cut out both sides of your bunny mould with about a 1cm edge all the way around. Gently melt your chocolate in the microwave or in a double boiler. Fill one side of the bunny with melted chocolate and place the empty side of the bunny on top. Clip the two sides together all the way around with bulldog clips. Now rotate the bunny so that the chocolate that was in one half completely covers both halves. Once both sides are completely covered in chocolate you can leave the bunny on your kitchen counter to cool down. Every now and then turn the bunny over so that all the chocolate does not end up in only one side of the bunny. Once the chocolate in the bunny has reached room temperature you can place the bunny in the freezer. Leave it for a few minutes on one side and then turn it over and leave it for a few minutes on the other side. When the bunny feels cold to the touch and when the sides no longer look shiny the bunny is ready to come out. Take it out the freezer, remove the bulldog clips and gently remove the bunny from the mould. (If the bunny cracks you either left it in the freezer too long or you did not rotate it enough. If you have one very thin side and one very heavy thick side then you know you did not rotate your mould sufficiently.) With a little melted chocolate stick some icing carrots onto the bunny for attractive decoration. Then place the bunny in a cellophane bag, tie it with thin strips of orange ribbon and then stick on an Easter sticker as a finishing touch.






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