Design your own chocolate bar

Online company Chocri is inspiring people to create their own chocolate bars.
Online company Chocri is inspiring people to create their own chocolate bars. Lost at E Minor

WHAT happens when you live in a world that is trending designer chocolate, DIY projects and local cuisine? German founded Chocri, an online interactive design-your-own chocolate bar operation, that’s what. To release your inner Willy Wonka, navigate to the website and begin by choosing your base, be it white, milk, dark or a sinful combination. Next, sprinkle in a handful of fruits from sour cherry to fig bits and everything in between.

Bring your bar to life by adding a little spice, like some unexpected jalapeno heat or soothing bourbon vanilla. Polish off your masterpiece by working through the remaining ingredients, including a smorgasbord of nuts, grains and confections. And if you’re feeling particularly clever, top it off with a “happy birthday” or “I love you” plaque and ship it off as the best gift you’ll ever give.

Why not try a dark chocolate base with blueberries, candied lilac and cocoa nibs? Or how about a white chocolate bar with mango cubes, coconut shavings and volcano cashews? Whatever your fancy, Chocri can make your fantasy bar a reality.

Check out Lost at E Minor for more weird and wonderful food ideas.

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