Russell Stover Caramel Bunny - Nutrition and Ingredients


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Nutrition & Ingredients Summary

One rabbit of Russell Stover Caramel Bunny (86 grams) contains 420 calories and 4 grams of protein. It consists of 67% carbohydrates, 5% protein, 23% fat, and less than 1% of water. Jump to Nutrition Analysis

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 19 ingredients, which is 2.4 more than the average chocolate bar. The recommended serving size is 0.5 rabbit, or 43 grams, which is a larger portion compared to the serving size of the average chocolate bar. Jump to Ingredient Analysis

In one rabbit of Russell Stover Caramel Bunny:

  • Calories: 420
  • Protein: 4 g
  • Sugar: 50 g
  • Dietary fiber: 2 g
  • Fat: 20 g, (Saturated: 12 g)
  • Cholesterol: 10.3 mg
  • Sodium: 99.8 mg

Source: USDA

Nutrition Details

Calories

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 420 calories per rabbit or 488 calories for every 100 grams. Most of its calories are from carbohydrates and fat.

54% of calories in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny are from carbohydrates, 42% of calories are from fat and 4% of calories are from protein.

Carbohydrates

The majority, or 54% of the calories in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny are from carbohydrates. The carbs are mostly in the form of sugar (96%).

Sugar

One rabbit of Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 50 grams of sugar or about 167% of daily recommended intake.

Fat

A substantial amount, or 42% of the calories in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny are from fat. It is high in total fat, with 20 grams or 31% of recommended daily values per rabbit. Most of the fat in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny are saturated and it contains a high amount of saturated fat, about 70% of recommended daily values.

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny contains 10.3 mg of cholesterol and no trans-fat.

Protein

A single rabbit of Russell Stover Caramel Bunny contains 8% of recommended daily values or 4 grams of protein.

Sodium

One rabbit of Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 99.8 milligrams of sodium or about 7% of daily recommended intake.

Nutrition Facts

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Nutrition calculations are from Harvard Medical's nutrient guidelines [1] and USDA's food central database (2019) [2].
We calculated values from 2000 kCal daily recommended diet.

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Nutrition Comparison to Other Chocolate Bars


Here is a table of nutritional differences between Russell Stover Caramel Bunny and the average chocolate bar. Comparing by equal weight (one serving or 43 grams):
Nutrition comparison between Russell Stover Caramel Bunny and the average chocolate bar, 1 serving (43g).
Nutrient Russell Stover Caramel Bunny Difference Average/Median
Chocolate Bar
Calories 210kcal -5% 218kcal / 220kcal
Carbohydrates 29g +17% 25g / 25g
Sugar 25g +21% 19g / 21g
Dietary Fiber 1g -36% 3g / 2g
Total Fat 10g -23% 13g / 13g
Saturated Fat 6g -21% 8g / 8g
Trans Fat ~ ~ <0.1g / ~
Cholesterol 5mg ~ 5mg / 5mg
Sodium 50mg +16% 156mg / 43mg
Protein 2g -33% 3g / 3g
Vitamin C ~ ~ 1mg / ~
Calcium 60mg +63% 41mg / 37mg
Iron 1mg -34% 2mg / 1mg

Ingredients

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 19 ingredients, which is 2.4 more than the average chocolate bar (16.6 ingredients). Its top ingredient is consist milk chocolate, unlike most chocolate bars, where the top ingredient tends to be chocolate.

Full Ingredients List

ingredients consist of milk chocolate {sugar, whole milk, cocoa butter, chocolate, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), vanillin (an artificial flavor)}, corn syrup, invert sugar, sugar, dairy cream, condensed milk, palm kernel oil, brown sugar, salt, natural flavors, soy lecithin (an emulsifier), and potassium sorbate (preservative).
Source: USDA

This chocolate bar contains sugar, milk, cocoa butter, chocolate, soy lecithin, artificial flavor, corn syrup, salt and natural flavor, which are also common ingredients in many other chocolate bars.

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny contains palm oil or palm derivatives, which also appears in more than 25% of chocolate bars.

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny contains artificial flavoring or colors, unlike most chocolate bars, which are more naturally made.



Ingredients Compared to Other Chocolate Bars

The ingredients in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny versus how frequently they appear in other chocolate bars:
How common the ingredients in Russell Stover Caramel Bunny are compared to other chocolate bars
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1 Consist Milk Chocolate
2 Sugar
3 Whole Milk
4 Cocoa Butter
5 Chocolate
6 Soy Lecithin
7 Vanillin
8 Artificial Flavor
9 Corn Syrup
10 Invert Sugar
11 Dairy Cream
12 Condensed Milk
13 Palm Kernel Oil
14 Brown Sugar
15 Salt
16 Natural Flavor
17 Potassium Sorbate

Quick Facts

How healthy is Russell Stover Caramel Bunny?

On the positive side, Russell Stover Caramel Bunny has 23% less total fat, 21% less saturated fat and 63% more calcium than the average chocolate bar. Unfortunately, it also has 21% more sugar, 36% less dietary fiber, 16% more sodium, 33% less protein and 34% less iron than the average chocolate bar.

Is Russell Stover Caramel Bunny vegan?

Russell Stover Caramel Bunny is not vegan in terms of its ingredients - it contains milk, dairy cream and condensed milk. It also has artificial flavor and natural flavor which can be non-vegan.