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The Ultimate Gift Guide for Chocolate Lovers
So many chocolates, so little time. Though holiday parties may be offering up enough sugary temptations in December, these are worth squirreling away until the new year. And if you've got a chocolate freak in your life, we're betting their thanks will be extra sweet with a gift from our Ultimate Gift Guide for Chocolate Lovers. Creative pairings: Chocolate and Chili. Chocolate and Curry. Chocolate and… anything. DB Infusion Chocolates creates wildly wonderful combinations for the adventurous in its Infusions Bars, all of them featuring ingredients with healthy benefits (and of course there's the whole anti-oxidant dark chocolate bar). Buy one or buy a ribbon-tied pack with all the bars. Price: $5.25 per bar, or $31.50 for seven-bar bundle plus shipping. Throwback sweets: Oldtimecandy.com offers an immense selection of candy you thought you’d never see again, from Good News bars to Sixlets. They also stock hundreds of non-chocolate items from Abba Zabbas to AstroPops. Price: Varies by order. Regional favorites: From Fannie May pixies for Chicago natives to See’s Candies Victoria Toffee for West Coast denizens, we’ve all got our faves. Relive the memories with the "good chocolate" classics from childhood. Price: Varies by order. Chocolate Bacon: Need we say more? How about chocolate and bacon together? Texas Food's got you covered with Bacon Bark. Just what it sounds like. Yum. Price: $8.50 plus shipping. Just a Bite: Carla Hall Petite Cookies in flavors like Chocolate Hazelnut Praline and Mexican Chocolate Chip are bite-sized but big on taste. Created by the former "Top Chef" contestant, we guarantee you won't be able to eat just one. Price: Starting at $8 plus shipping. Get saucy: Raspberry and chocolate. Coffee and chocolate. Peppermint and chocolate. Chocolate and chocolate. JK Chocolate's sauces are perfect toppers. But they're so tasty you may be tempted to drink 'em. Price: From $14 plus shipping. Not just For Easter baskets anymore: Peeps, that Easter perennial, kicks up its game around the holidays to get festive with made-for-stocking-stuffing marshmallow mushers. Peppermint with dark chocolate bottoms, sugar cookie with a milk chocolate dip, chocolate mousse Peeps. Find them at Peeps' official online store. Price: From $1 up. DIY chocolate: We're big fans of the fondue pot for the easiest dessert ever. Melt chocolate, cut up fruit or a store-bought pound cake and bon appetit! Bonus: This one also works for cheese lovers. Price: About $15 online. (Even less expensive at thrift shops, yard sales). Check out the photos below.
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The Ultimate Gift Guide for Chocolate Lovers

So many chocolates, so little time. Though holiday parties may be offering up enough sugary temptations in December, these are worth squirreling away until the new year. And if you've got a chocolate freak in your life, we're betting their thanks will be extra sweet with a gift from our Ultimate Gift Guide for Chocolate Lovers. Creative pairings: Chocolate and Chili. Chocolate and Curry. Chocolate and… anything. DB Infusion Chocolates creates wildly wonderful combinations for the adventurous in its Infusions Bars, all of them featuring ingredients with healthy benefits (and of course there's the whole anti-oxidant dark chocolate bar). Buy one or buy a ribbon-tied pack with all the bars. Price: $5.25 per bar, or $31.50 for seven-bar bundle plus shipping. Throwback sweets: Oldtimecandy.com offers an immense selection of candy you thought you’d never see again, from Good News bars to Sixlets. They also stock hundreds of non-chocolate items from Abba Zabbas to AstroPops. Price: Varies by order. Regional favorites: From Fannie May pixies for Chicago natives to See’s Candies Victoria Toffee for West Coast denizens, we’ve all got our faves. Relive the memories with the "good chocolate" classics from childhood. Price: Varies by order. Chocolate Bacon: Need we say more? How about chocolate and bacon together? Texas Food's got you covered with Bacon Bark. Just what it sounds like. Yum. Price: $8.50 plus shipping. Just a Bite: Carla Hall Petite Cookies in flavors like Chocolate Hazelnut Praline and Mexican Chocolate Chip are bite-sized but big on taste. Created by the former "Top Chef" contestant, we guarantee you won't be able to eat just one. Price: Starting at $8 plus shipping. Get saucy: Raspberry and chocolate. Coffee and chocolate. Peppermint and chocolate. Chocolate and chocolate. JK Chocolate's sauces are perfect toppers. But they're so tasty you may be tempted to drink 'em. Price: From $14 plus shipping. Not just For Easter baskets anymore: Peeps, that Easter perennial, kicks up its game around the holidays to get festive with made-for-stocking-stuffing marshmallow mushers. Peppermint with dark chocolate bottoms, sugar cookie with a milk chocolate dip, chocolate mousse Peeps. Find them at Peeps' official online store. Price: From $1 up. DIY chocolate: We're big fans of the fondue pot for the easiest dessert ever. Melt chocolate, cut up fruit or a store-bought pound cake and bon appetit! Bonus: This one also works for cheese lovers. Price: About $15 online. (Even less expensive at thrift shops, yard sales). Check out the photos below.

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