Bunny-Shaped Butter Is Here for Easter—and We’re Hopping to the Store
This needs to grace your Easter table.
If there’s one thing that you’ll find on every American table, it’s butter. Whether we’re spreading butter over soft dinner rolls or incorporating it into indulgent butter cookies, we’ve found a way to use butter in ways that, well, make everything better!
Of course, we’ve got to have tons of butter over the holidays, and luckily, you can now buy butter sculpted in the perfect shape for the season. After dropping turkey-shaped butter for Thanksgiving, Keller’s Creamery is back with another creation—this bunny-shaped butter.
We Can’t Wait Fur Easter Brunch
This adorable bunny is made from Keller Creamery’s signature butter. With its floppy ears and fluffy cottontail, it’s almost too cute to eat! Each bunny clocks in at about 8 tablespoons or half a cup of butter. For presentation, put the sculpture on a decorative dish—and don’t forget to take it out of the fridge beforehand, so it’s easy to serve and spread. And if you get a few too many bunnies, butter is super easy to freeze.
If you’re wondering what Easter recipes you can use this bunny butter for, take a pat for these Fluffy Bunny Pancakes! Keep in mind that the butter bunnies are salted, so if you’re using them to make a dish, keep an eye on the salt content.
Where to Find the Bunny-Shaped Butter
The Easter butter is only in stock during March and April, so it’s time to hop over to the store! Keller’s Creamery sends its butter sculptures to Stop & Shop, Harris Teeter, Wegmans, Winn-Dixie and more—you can check this product locator for details.
By the way, this isn’t the first animal-shaped butter to be served at Easter—the Easter butter lamb has a long history that can be traced back to Polish immigrants.