Hollow chocolate Easter bunnies are made using a plastic mold. Melted chocolate is poured into the mold, which has two halves. The mold is rotated so the chocolate completely covers the inside. The chocolate is allowed to solidify. The mold is pulled apart, and the hollow bunny is removed.
After the bunny is removed from the mold, it may be decorated and wrapped in foil. Tempered chocolate is usually used to make chocolate Easter bunnies, which gives them their glossy finish and crisp texture. Tempering is a method of heating and cooling chocolate so that it can be used for coating or dipping.