Bunny Macarons

Just in time for Easter, Bunfectionary releases its new line of Bunny Biscotti Macarons. In vibrant colors and soft pastels, these may look good enough, but they are strictly for the bunnies and other herbivores. The inside filling is our own Bunny Biscotti, full of Timothy hay and flavored with ripe bananas and cinnamon. The exterior shells are sliced yucca, hand dyed with fruit and vegetables, including red and golden beets, spinach, carrots, blueberries, and mango. Click here to learn more about Bunny Biscotti.

Bunny Biscotti Macarons

Bunny shaped French Macarons (for people!)

Please don’t scream when you see these utterly cute treats–bunnies have such sensitive ears! While researching French Macarons for Bunfectionary’s newly-introduced line of treats, Bunny Biscotti Macarons, we came across this inventive take on the traditional French Macaron.

 


The author includes directions for making these as well as a recipe. (We prefer the Cooks Illustrated recipe, which is posted all over the web.) You gotta love someone who attached chocolate sprinkles with tweezers.

 

For the recipe, click here

Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti

Introducing Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti. Bunfectionary’s latest flavor features calendula, rose petals, chamomile, lavender and rose water to create this pretty, and delicious treat that has all the natural goodness of Bunny Biscotti. Ingredients: Timothy hay, pumpkin, apple, romaine, rose petals, calendula, chamomile, lavender, rose water, and xanthan gum (a natural binder). Each measures about 2″ across.

Flower Garden Bunny Biscotti features rose petals, calendula, chamomile, and lavender.

Final Logo

Our final logo.

Nicknamed the “mystical bunny,” the grass blades imply the shape of a rabbit in the negative space. The bunny’s face shows bliss and contentment, with a hint of a smile and a squinting eye as if in the sunshine or getting a head rub. The font has a certain playfulness but remains legible and modern; the dot over the “i” has been replaced with a small leaf, reinforcing the naturalness of our products.

We believe it delicately–and ingeniously–reminds everyone of the importance of grass in a rabbit’s diet.

 

 

 

Toys are here!

What bunny doesn’t love toys? And here is a toy that you both will love, a fondue pot made with a grass ball, yucca, and maple sticks with our own Bunny Biscotti. Place it on the ground and let your bunny nibble at the ball, legs, or if like Violet, grab a stick and run!

Fondue weather is here!

It is all about the grass

The Bunfectionary logo

Today we launched our new logo, at least virtually. Working with the talented DeShetler Design, we whittled nine concepts down to three, then down to one. Then we went through several iterations, and numerous fonts, and a florist’s worth of colors. The result is not what we had originally sought, but it is so much more. Nicknamed the “mystical bunny,” the grass blades imply the shape of a rabbit. The bunny’s face shows bliss and contentment, with a hint of a smile and a squinting eye as if in the sunshine or getting a head rub. The font has a certain playfulness but remains legible and modern; the dot over the “i” has been replaced with a small leaf, reinforcing the naturalness of our products.

We believe it delicately–and ingeniously–reminds everyone of the importance of hay in a rabbit’s diet.