Could You Finish This 10-Pound Easter Bunny?

Each one is two feet tall!

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Forget the usual Easter treats: These gigantic chocolate bunnies weigh in at 10 pounds each and standing two feet tall. (See how the massive bunnies are made.)

New York City's oldest chocolate shop, Li-Lac, has been making chocolate since the 1920s. And for good reason: The team uses old-school techniques to create barks, truffles and even oversized molded versions of the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, all made in Brooklyn and sold at five stores around New York (and online).

Come Easter, the master chocolatiers craft chocolate bunnies using bunny molds that date back to the 1920s and 1930s. While you're filling your basket, load up on the shop's coconut-filled eggs, Easter jelly beans and egg-shaped chocolate pops.

Photo by: Evan Sung

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