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Instead of reaching for a king-sized bar when the daily chocolate craving starts, take a subtler approach with these handcrafted tidbits, made from Chuao’s premium house blend. Each miniature bar features an exotic flavor by chef Michael Antonorsi, and at 50-60 calories a pop, you can firmly take the guilt out of guilty pleasure.
There were delish! Sweet, salty & crunchy...great snack. Would def buy again, I got the chips one & it was a great little snack5
I recived the chocolate and bacon flavor. SOunds strange but was very delicious. It was a nice small treat size for me since I eat very healthy. I would maybe purchase these for a gift5
I got the popcorn flavor which was super delicious and sort of felt like it had pop rocks in it. I was into it.5
This sample was a really tasty treat. I got the honeycomb sample and loved it. It wasn't overly sweet but had really great flavor.5
I did not personally get to test this product because I do not eat chocolate but my sister loved it! The sea salt, popping candy, chipotle, & dark chocolate combination was a win win win win! She wants more, please!5
Love this! So so good! I got an the popcorn one, it was such a pleasant surprise in my box!5
Two words : MAPLE BACON
I literally was so sad when I finished it. These make the perfect little treat to have in your office you or your guests. Let's be real, you aren't gonna wanna share them anyway! For only 50-60 calories, these little babies go a long way!
I didn't think I would like the combo of bacon and chocolate but was amazingly suprised by the combination. I thought it was a great mixture of both worlds. Can't wait to try the rest of the different flavors.4
I love chocolate and it was the best I have had in a long long time. The crispiness was superb.5
The combo startled me at first but I loved this chocolate!!! I would love to buy this in the future5