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KOTA Territory chocolatiers serve up unique treats for Easter

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A few KOTA Territory businesses are offering something unique to put into Easter baskets.

Staff at Chubby Chipmunk Chocolates are offering up its own sweet piece of Easter delight. Jelly bean truffles top the list of Easter inspired treats, but there's also truffle pops and a chubbery bunny eggs.

Chocolatiere Chip Tautkus, owner of Chubby Chipmunk Chocolates, says they are perfect for Easter. "Easter is a bunny, Easter is any cute little animal and Chubby Chipmunk is a chipmunk so it just all kind of flows together," said Tautkus.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory chocolatiers are working on carmel-dipped apple bunnies. The carmel-dipped bunnies are accompanied by traditional chocolate bunnies and other sweet treats. Gena Karen, owner of Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, says Easter is when they are able to get creative. "We decided to be creative with our little bunny apples and give it a try this weekend, so hopefully as it gets closer to the holiday people will know we've got them and come on down and get one," said Karen. 

Chubby Chipmunk Chocolates is located at both the Alex Johnson and in Deadwood on Cliff Street. The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is in Downtown Rapid City on 6th Street.

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