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Name This Easter Candy

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I received an email recently from a reader named LeeAnne and she is trying to remember the name of a favorite Easter candy:

I’m currently studying in China and am craving a certain type of Easter candy: the logo, I believe, is a bunny head, and they used to make these foil-covered chocolate disks (thicker than a chocolate coin, and the surface of the top was speckled with a pattern of tiny indented dots), some with a layer of peanut butter in the middle, and some with crunchy Krackle-like bits. The last time I had one was when I was in middle school, but they should still be fairly widely available….just can’t remember the name for the life of me.

It sounds like the cheap Easter chocolates you can get at Easter, but I don’t remember any indented dots. Perhaps this is a regional candy? LeeAnne, where were you in the U.S. when you got thse (what state)? Can you think of anything else about them? What store did you buy them at? Stuff like that.

Does this ring a bell with anyone?

UPDATE: Cybele suggested Double Crisp Bunny Munny which is what I was talking about above when I said “cheap Easter candy”. She said their Valentine’s Day hearts had the indentations so maybe that’s it?

UPDATE: Looks like the mystery has been solved. From LeeAnn:

Bingo! I believe that’s -precisely- what I was talking about! Cheap Easter candy from my childhood….one never knows what cravings will come up while abroad in Asia. I knew that it was a fairly common brand

So, this mystery has been solved. Here’s a picture:

Bunny Munny

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2 Responses to “Name This Easter Candy”

  1. 1
    cybele says:

    Sounds kind of like Bunny Munny made by Palmer.

    I haven’t had them in years, but I did buy some Valentine’s mixed hearts from them this year and they had a little dot pattern on them as well that might be part of the brand design.

  2. 2
    LeeAnne says:

    Bingo! I believe that’s -precisely- what I was talking about! Cheap Easter candy from my childhood….one never knows what cravings will come up while abroad in Asia. I knew that it was a fairly common brand, but hours of strategic google-searching had yielded nothing of value and an annoying number of appearances of the playboy bunny.
    That was fast; thanks, cybele!

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