Chocolate Mill, A Large Chocolate Cylinder Containing Hidden Geometric Patterns


When it comes to chocolate… you never know what you’re gonna get. This is especially true when it comes to Chocolate Mill — a large cylinder made of chocolate that contains a series of hidden geometric patterns.

Brought to us by the collaborative efforts of Studio Wieki Somers and chocolatier Rafael Mutter, a crank-turned blade is used to reveal each layer of patterns with a kaleidoscope-type effect.

Great…but how long before we get to the nougat?



[via Colossal]

A Hershey’s Bar Resume Makes For Sweet Job Hunting


These days, job hunting sucks. That is, unless you’re a hiring manger, where you’ll receive plenty of free beer, cookies, and candy.

Designer Matthew Hirsch is one of the latest job-seekers to get creative with their resume. Taking full advantage of his last name and his design skills, he created the Hirschy’s Bar resume — a play on an actual Hershey’s bar. The ingredients are listed as Matthew’s qualifications and experience, along with his contact info.

On a completely unrelated note, Foodiggity is currently hiring… Please send your chocolate bars to be considered.




[link, via designtaxi]

Anatomically Correct Chocolate Skulls


Cute little chocolate skulls are easy enough to find. But what if you’re looking for a real-deal anatomically-correct skull to really help freak someone out?

Brought to us by Black Chocolate Co. on Etsy, these chocolate skulls are hand cast from a mold of a genuine human skull. They’re also available in a few different flavors of Belgian Chocolate for the macabre chocolate lover who likes variety – Dark chocolate, Chilli chocolate, Caramel chocolate, Milk Chocolate. 



Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Oreos Exist


Two great tastes that taste great together… And Oreos. Nothing wrong with that equation, so Reeses Peanut Butter Cup Oreos are now upon us.

The franken-cookies are available in limited release at Wal-Mart. Let us know if you get your hands on any and how it turns out.

[link, via That's Nerdalicious]

A Chocolate Bar That Looks Like Melted Crayons


Did you ever, when you were a kid, melt crayons into molds to make them look like yummy candy? Then you realize that crayons are actually non-toxic, and ingesting the multi-colored treat might be worth the inevitable belly ache, so you munch away? Those were good times.

Well, now there’s a truly edible and gourmet version of your childhood fantasies. Brought to us by Unelefante, the Mexico-based chocolatiers have created the aforemetioned Crayon Chocolate, as well as a few art-inspired-bars, including a Pollock paint-splattered bar.

Although the high-end chocoaltes will not come cheap, you might be better off breaking out the Crayolas… For old times’ sake.




[link, via Colossal]