Hundreds of warm honey bunnies seek loving homes
Mar 25, 2011 04:22PM
● By Anonymous
Hundreds of warm, sweet, adorable (and good for you) Honey Bunnies will be featured at your local Great Harvest Bakery. They’re perfect for Easter table centerpieces, for hostess gifts and to nestle into children’s Easter baskets.
The kneaders and bakers of Great Harvest create the bunnies using five simple ingredients – freshly ground whole wheat flour, yeast, water, salt and honey.
“This is a Great Harvest tradition we look forward to every spring,” said owner Thomas Storm. “The expressions on children’s faces are priceless, and it’s fun to hear about all the ways our customers use the Honey Bunnies as table centerpieces, as veggie dip bowls, or as a creative addition to an Easter basket. To us, this product signifies spring and fun family gatherings.”
According to Thomas, no two bunnies are quite the same. The artisans at Great Harvest handcraft each bunny. Like all Great Harvest products, these bunnies are so fresh there’s no need for additives, preservatives or dough conditioners.
In addition to Honey Bunnies, the bakery is featuring Easter Ambrosia Bread– perfect for brunch or as a light dessert – and hot cross buns. The bakery will also feature its popular dinner rolls, and a variety of sweet and savory items to grace your Easter table.
Originally founded in 1976 in Great Falls, Mont., Great Harvest has more than 200 bakeries located throughout the nation including Alaska and Hawaii—all bakeries are individually owned and operated, and no two are alike. Great Harvest is known for handcrafted breads made with freshly ground whole wheat purchased from family-owned farms. The neighborhood bakeries create an array of legendary fresh baked breads and sweets, as well as specialty items during the holidays. Great Harvest mills its whole wheat daily. The fresh flour is used within two days to guarantee the best taste and nutritional value.
To adopt a Honey Bunny for your Easter celebration, be sure to hop by your local Great Harvest at 208 Ridgely Ave, Annapolis MD. Or call 410-268-4662 to place a phone order.
So now the real question is -- would I be able to eat this adorable creation?