The Easter Bunny is only a few day’s away. Are you a chocoaholic?  Are you going to end up devouring the whole bunny in one, maybe two sittings?
We’ve all heard through various TV shows or the internet that chocolate is a health food. I’m sorry to point out something that the TV shows or internet don’t mention, and that is that it is the pure unsweetened cocoa that is the healthy part and not the finished chocolate product. The finished chocolate product is mainly, cocoa powder, butter, water, and added sugar.
Cadbury Hollow Easter Bunny – per 100 grams / calories = 530 / carbohydrate = 56.5 grams (a little over 11 teaspoons of added sugar).

Per 100 Grams

Energy (Kcal) 530kcal

  • Protein 7.6g
  • Carbohydrate 56.5g
  • (of which sugar) 56.5g
  • Total Fat 30.0g
  • (of which saturated fat) 18.5g
  • Fibre 0.7g
  • *Equivalent as salt 0.23g

If you’d like to avoid a sugar overdose try to make the Easter bunny last longer then a day or two.


Brian Forsythe of EHF  EXECUTIVE HEALTH AND FITNESS  is a natural competitive bodybuilder and personal trainer with over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry