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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Chocoholics Meeting

Can't call it "Chocoholics Anonymous" because you guys know me. And since I have an computer genius for a husband, I know all of you (also because of Google Analytics). Have no fear. I shall only use my powers for good.

I call this meeting of the Chocoholics to order. Please swallow whatever scrumptious delight you are currently savoring and join me in reciting the Chocoholics pledge:

"We need chocolate, some creamy chocolate. Chocolate ice cream. Chocolate mousse. Some chocolate cheesecake. Bavarian chocolate. Bring on the chocolate. We need a boost!"*

Now, I understand that you and every good chocoholic out there is looking for new treasures and being the sharing kind, I can't keep this to myself. I'm picky with my chocolate and only reach for the Hershey's if there's nothing left in the house. Are you just as particular? Then try out Chocomize.com. They let you completely customize your chocolate, add in anything you'd like.

So as not to completely overwhelm you with their awesomeness, they offer a few favorites to sort of warm up your taste buds. I like the Candy Bar. It has milk chocolate, gummy bears, chocolate candy, and Nerds. Feeling the need for a little luxury? Add 23 carat gold flakes. The candy section is enough to send your eyes into a sugar frenzy. Perhaps you're a little on the nutty side? They've got 12 different kinds (well, if you count the Corn Nuts). Try your chocolate with a little cayenne pepper. Or bacon.

As if that wasn't amazing enough, they've got a Chocolate of the Month Club. Oh, the ecstasy!

Now, I'd adjourn this meeting properly but you've probably already clicked over or opened another browser window to take a peek. Not that I blame you, of course.

What would you put in your chocolate?

* I borrowed this from one of my favorite tunes from Buddy Wasisname.
** And I got the images from the Chocomize website. They are definitely not mine. Unless licking the screen image of them counts...

7 comments:

Kristina P. said...

I made mint Oreo bark this year, for Christmas. TO DIE FOR. And so easy.

Janell said...

My milk-chocolate bar comes in at $7.25+shipping+tax with mini-pretzels, "chocolate candy" (aka M&M off brand), caramel pieces, and pecan halves. It'd only take 9 days to deliver to my house.

That said, I'm going to go much on a bag of chocolate chips.

Christine said...

Hmmm ... Other than Junior Mints, they really don't have anything mint flavored, which I find unusual. Maybe it really isn't. Or maybe that's why I had the hardest time finding mint M&Ms at Christmastime.

Jillybean said...

My computer screen tastes like dust.

Bonnie the Boss said...

jillybean, you crack me up!! Love you!
I have to admit I am a chocolate fan. I am also a snob.
I love caramel, nuts and marshmellow in my chocolate. But I also prefer a semi-sweet/dark over a milk chocolate.

Debbie said...

Chocolate of the month club? Why did I not know about this heaven before?

Mary said...

I'm just addicted to anything sweet...and I love that imposter, white chocolate :o)

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