After he created his funny and creative chocolate Santa wearing a mask for safety, pastry chef László Rimóczi came up with a new and equally adorable idea fitting pandemic times.
We already know that Hungarian chocolates, pralines and bonbons are incredibly delicious and officially recognised worldwide. Here is the newest novelty in the industry to make this spring sweeter and happier.
Rimóczi’s Santa creation was so successful that many times he had to start working at 3 am in the morning to finish all the orders that had been made.
His Santas even travelled all over the world in the media while he also received an award for innovation from the Association of Hungarian Confectionery Manufacturers.
Now he is back with another dessert perfect for kids and adults, writes szeretlekmagyarorszag.hu.
The creative confectioner is getting ready for Easter with little
chocolate bunnies holding a medical injector,
the type with which we will all get inoculated against covid.
The bunnies come to life thanks to a bar of Italian milk chocolate and will be adorned by a marzipan flower right above the medical injector, also made of chocolate, of course – said the confectioner from Lajosmizse to the news programme of RTL.
So far, only a couple of pieces in different sizes were made from the dessert, from which the biggest version is heavier than 1kg. Unfortunately, we will not be able to order delivery of the sweet and cute bunny as the chocolate injector is too delicate to be delivered; it would not survive.
The objective of this funny and adorable idea is to bring some happiness and make customers smile in these trying times.
“The market and the industry of confectionery sweets both try to react in an innovative way to this tough situation” – said Rimóczi.