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The History of the Chocolate Bunny

Rabbits and eggs have long stood as symbols of fertility, renewal, and rebirth across many traditions to welcome the springtime. The first written record of an egg-laying bunny came from Germany in the 1600s, and her name was “Oschter Haws,” translating to “Easter Hare.” 

Cashew Crusted Chicken Breast and Cheesy Mash

Upgrade your weeknight chicken recipe with a simple but impressive crust with Sugar Plum’s Kettle-Cooked Coffee Stout Cashews. Our roasted cashews have a rich, savory coffee stout flavor that make a mouthwatering crust on a juicy chicken breast. Make a batch of our cheesy mash on the side to complete this easy weeknight dinner.

Easter Gift Guide

Easter is right around the corner and the Big Bunny himself is ready to stuff your gift baskets with the sweetest treats! Whether your friends and family love booze-infused treats, classic chocolate bunnies, or the delicious flavors of carrot cake, Sugar Plum has something for everyone on your Easter gift list.

The History of Chocolate

When we hear “chocolate,” usually the first image that pops in our head is our favorite chocolate bar, or maybe even a hot mug of cocoa on a chilly winter night. It is hard to say exactly how long chocolate has been made, but it is suggested that chocolate consumption began about 3000 years ago in the ancient Olmec civilization of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.