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It’s almost Halloween and that means candy! I love to do something a little special for teachers and the boys. Personalized chocolate bars for the teachers is such a fun idea! I usually send in a very short questionnaire at the beginning of the school year. Just a little step to help me learn a little about the teachers. Simple things such as their favorite color, their favorite treat and so on. They always think it is such a clever idea. I think it’s just common sense to make my school year flow a little easier. At least where school holidays and parties are concerned.
When I visited the Chocri website to start on my customized chocolate bars, I was so shocked at the number of toppings they offered for these bars! Over 100 toppings! You can choose from the basic stuff, such as, chocolate chips and peanuts or you can get a little crazy and choose from things like orange pepper or ground chili. The costs range from $.50 to $2.10 per topping. The chocolate bar itself starts at $6.90 with 4 options to choose from. I love the site because it immediately tells you how much your creation will cost every time you add a topping. Don’t know where to start or what to make? They also offer Recommended Creations starting at just $5.90!
Chocri is the worlds first company that lets you create your own chocolate bar online by choosing from four bases (dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate or a combination thereof) and over 100 toppings, ranging from chili to candied rose petals and even real gold flakes. That allows for more than 27 billion combinations! Which one is yours?
All customized chocolate bars are hand-made with fair trade, chocolate from Belgium. Our dark chocolate is vegan, and all chocolate is kosher certified (read more in ourFAQs). Also, we donate 5% of our annual earnings to the charity DIV Kinder, an organization that supports kids on the Ivory Coast, where the majority of cocoa comes from.
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