Russell Stover’s New Chocolate Bunny Comes with Jif Peanut Butter for Dipping

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This bunny takes Easter candy to a whole new level.

We all love peanut butter. We all love chocolate. Not surprisingly, we all love peanut butter and chocolate. For evidence, look no further than the frenzy around any Reese’s product.

There’s just one problem with Reese’s, though; we can’t choose the amount of peanut butter we want in our Reese’s chocolate bunny. But Russell Stover has solved that problem with the Dip-It Rabbit.

What Is This Rabbit?!

The Dip-It Rabbit is paired with a cup of Jif To Go. The bunny is made from classic Russell Stover milk chocolate, and the peanut butter is creamy Jif. (We don’t think chunky Jif would work here.) The bunny itself weighs 6 ounces, and it’s pre-indented for breaking and snacking. How convenient!

With this Easter candy, Russell Stover has taken Easter chocolate to a whole new level. Not feeling like eating peanut butter today? Keep the pack for another time! Have a hankering for peanut butter and chocolate? Dip away! It’s nice to have the option, so thank you, Russell Stover.

See how Russell Stover did in our Easter candy taste test.

Where Can I Get One?

It’s a sure bet you’ll be able to find this peanut buttery bunny wherever Russell Stover products are sold. You can already find it at Target and Amazon. Prices vary, but your best option might be Target, where you can buy it for $4.29.

Why limit your candy shopping to just a chocolate bunny? While you’re shopping, check out the best Easter candy for your basket.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.