In Time For Easter: Here is a Chocolate Bunny That Costs $1,200

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According to the themed aisles at your local drug store, Easter is most certainly on the way. It's this very weekend, as a matter of fact. Easter Sunday is a great time for teaching kids valuable life lessons about sneaky hiding places. It's also a great time to eat a ton of chocolate, usually in bunny form. You could just buy a couple of Hershey's bunnies and call it a day, or you could spring for the heavy artillery.

Nicolas Cloiseau, master chef at La Maison du Chocolat, has concocted a magical, edible scene for Easter 2014. It shows a family of bunnies in front of a workshop. This charming set is entirely edible, and made from a variety of different chocolates. Now here's the rub. It'll set you back a carrot-crunching $1,200. That's like 1,200 candy bars or a Macbook. In its defense, it does contain over 11 pounds of sweet, sweet chocolate.

If you are still interested, you can plunk down your cold, hard cash here.

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