This White Chocolate Easter Bunny Is Full Of Fruit Loops For The Ultimate Sugar Rush

Easter is just around the corner and all the delicious candy that comes with it is already on store shelves. While the classics are always delicious—jelly beans, chocolate eggs, Peeps—sometimes new treats come out that aim to change the game, and that’s totally the case with the new white chocolate Fruit Loops bunny that’s been spotted in the wild.

  1. It’s made by Frankford Candies. You probably don’t know that brand and neither do I, but I’m about to get familiar now that a Fruit Loops Easter bunny is on the market. According to the Instagrammers who’ve spotted it and shared it with their followers, it’s on sale at Big Lots, so if you have one near you, you should head over there ASAP.
  2. You could probably eat it for breakfast… Since it’s made with white chocolate, that’s sorta similar to milk, right? And milk and cereal are a popular breakfast food choice, so technically, you could wake up and eat this first thing in the morning and you wouldn’t necessarily be wrong for doing so… Just sayin’.
  3. It’s a nice twist on a classic Easter treat. White chocolate bunnies were my favorite as a kid because I didn’t like milk or dark chocolate. However, they were usually hollow and made with plain white chocolate rather than containing any mix-ins. Putting Fruit Loops in this one is unexpected but deliciously welcome. Frankly, I’d take a whole line of white chocolate Easter eggs with all kinds of breakfast cereals in them. Lucky Charms, anyone?
  4. They’re being sold for about $1. That’s a sweet deal (literally) if this sounds like your kind of treat, so head to your closest Big Lots to pick one up… and pick me up one too while you’re at it because it looks way too good to miss out on.

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill