Ikea Is Selling A Flat-Pack Chocolate Easter Bunny!

Build-your-own chocolate bunny!
Ikea Is Selling A Flat-Pack Chocolate Easter Bunny!

Flat pack furniture can cause big arguments, lots of confusion, and drive you to head for the gin. Not so this one. Ikea has launched a Flat-Pack Chocolate Easter Bunny!

VÅRKÄNSLA is a flat pack milk chocolate Easter bunny made from sustainable sourced cacao, and is available in participating Ikea UK* stores from today.

It's priced at £2.95, so considering it's 90g weight it's not the best value for money, but as a novelty gift it's a great option.

Ikea say: "Go ahead, play with your food! That’s what this certified sustainable chocolate bunny is for. It’s easily assembled, only three parts. And when you're finished playing, we bet you’ll enjoy eating it, too."

We think these will fly off the shelves, so hop to it if you want one!

Check out more Easter offers in our Easter section.

Ikea Is Selling A Flat-Pack Chocolate Easter Bunny!

When is Easter 2019?

In 2019 Easter falls on Sunday, 21st April. Good Friday falls on 19th April and the Easter Monday bank holiday is on 22nd April.

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  • Lauren M.

    we need to go to IKEA anyway

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    • Lauren M.

      yeh I wouldn't put any parts on back to front or anything! :rolling_eyes:

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      • Hayley T.

        how on earth did we miss this!!! Will have to go again....such a shame!

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        • Ksenia Z.

          then I could eat it piece by piece!! :yum:

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          • Rachael B.

            We could get 4 and use them as monopoly playing pieces x

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            • Amanda H.

              I'm liking this excuse lol

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              • Larry M.

                It's only 3 pieces, but it's from Ikea.... so the instructions are probably a little sketchy.

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