I am guilty of having the biggest sweet tooth of anyone I know. I have tried many forms of chocolate in my lifetime. I have been a huge fan of dark chocolate most of my life. That is why when I was given the chance to try gourmet Chuao Chocolatier products I was thrilled to pieces. These chocolate delights are superb way to curb your sweet tooth.
I can remember as a young girl that my Dad would take his family to this fancy chocolate store. We’d LITERALLY watch them make their candies right there in front of us. It was not only a fascinating experience for us, but it added a lot of value to their high dollar priced candies. I grew up knowing the value of real homemade chocolate candy.
When I tried Chuao Chocolatier products, it took me back in time to that chocolate factory with my Dad. Chuao Chocolatier products are handcrafted using “ethnically sourced cacao, all natural, and gluten free ingredients.” You can actually taste the natural ingredients of the products. These chocolate bars have a smooth texture to them when you put them in your mouth. They are not as smooth as Dove bars, but there is no denying that Chuao Chocolatier chocolate bars are handcrafted.
I had the pleasure of trying out many different flavors of Chuao Chocolatier bars. The ONLY one I couldn’t eat was the Firecracker bar. Zeva on the other hand gobbled it up like it was the best thing ever invented. It made my mouth on fire (exactly what it was supposed to do according to the package.) I honestly couldn’t tell you which one of the bars was my absolute favorite because with the exception of that one they were all heavenly. However, if I desperately had to choose one to curb your sweet tooth I would recommend the Ooh Ahh Almond Bar.
You can purchase these 3.52 oz. chocolate bars at $6.00 a bar. Mind you, that may seem like a big price tag, but if you go to a chocolate specialty store you will pay just as much if not more for the same or less amount of chocolate. I love the fact that they make great efforts to make sure their products are gluten free. (That didn’t use to be a big deal to me, but now that I’m trying to work my way to a gluten free diet I notice a huge difference in how I feel when I eat products with it verses without it.) I do want to stress that their chocolate is “produced in a facility that processes tree nuts, milk and wheat on shared equipment.”
What is your go to item to curb your sweet tooth?