Gimme a break… of that evil goodness. Kill Kat — Milk Chocolate is the not-so-sweet candy bar that could possibly eat you first.
Brought to us by artisan chocolatier, Jean-Luc Decluzeau, this 18-square-meter cottage is made entirely of chocolate, and is actually rentable. The small house, located inside the Musee de Sevres in France, is designed to accommodate up to four guests. Although, besides the rent, you’ll have to pinky swear that you won’t eat the walls. Find out more here.
Who says you can’t have your trendy brunch on-the-go? Avocado Toast Chocolate Bars are here, and they’ll save you the time of having to order or, heaven forbid, squash your own avocados on toasted bread.
Brought to us by Los Angeles-based, Compartés Chocolatier, the bars contain real California avocados mixed with white chocolate and caramelized toast bits. Make sure to grab a few before they’re considered cool.
The reason Rubik’s Cubes were always so frustrating to solve… you couldn’t eat your colorful puzzle. British puzzle-maker, Tony Fisher, is here to help with a Fully Functional Chocolate Rubik’s Cube.
Watch as Tony constructs the sweet puzzle with a custom mold, creates each color, and then starts turning. The best part… there are extra pieces, so the Rubik’s-user doesn’t get hangry. The bad part… there’s no cheating by removing stickers.
With the help of some hard candies, chocolate is formed and sharpened into a fully-functional kitchen knife. Watch the how-to below. And then, start making a chocolate knife for a loved one, or to help keep other food in line.
via the awesomer