I love how the chocolate melts in my mouth when I suck on it. Sucking also allows you time to savor the chocolate. I’ve never understood why people chew it.
I’ve tried chewing a few times and it just gets all in your teeth and you get less time to enjoy it. You also somewhat miss out on the smooth sensation of it melting in your mouth.
Chewing chocolate is also bad for your teeth! There is NO reason to chew your chocolate!
This morning, I uncharacteristically slept in, and woke up at 8am to my fiancé and the two roommates hanging out over coffee, preparing for the day. On this rare occasion, everyone was scheduled to leave the house all at the same time except for myself.
Everyone leaves and I start cleaning house, buzzing around, listening to music, and generally enjoying the time alone. I decide at one point to detail my car. It’s around 1pm, I’m supposed to be meeting my fiancé in just few hours, and have just enough time to thoroughly pamper my car.
I run inside to grab a refreshing beverage, and spot a tasty chocolate snack in the fridge, commence fu. I decide eating one of the two somewhat wonky looking chocolates that was nestled into the butter compartment in the fridge couldn’t cause too much harm. I left one of them, plus, they look like maybe they were just a lost and sad chocolate forgotten in a pocket on a hot day. No one would miss them too much.
I continue cleaning my car, and start... keep reading on reddit ➡
My boyfriend and I moved in together before quarantine and he brought his dog with him. She's very sweet and I've taken over a lot of her care because my boyfriend still works outside the house but I work from home.
I was baking cookies and I dropped a chocolate chip on the floor. The dog ate it before I could stop her. I googled it and it was pretty clear from google that she wasn't in any danger since it was one chocolate chip and she's pretty big. I mentioned to it when he got home several hours later and he freaked out. He yelled at me for not calling him immediately and taking her to the vet. I showed him the internet resources I looked at that said she'd be fine, but he took her to the emergency vet anyway. The vet ended up telling him to just take her home and monitor her, but he got a vet bill for several hundred dollars for the exam. My boyfriend is demanding that I pay the vet bill because I dropped the chocolate, but I don't agree because there was no reason to take her to... keep reading on reddit ➡
I feel fucking batshit that I even have to ask this but here we go.
My girlfriend's favorite flavor of ice cream is the rabbit one, sea salt caramel with little chocolate caramel bunnies in them. She hates the chocolate chip bunnies, though, because she doesn't like biting into her ice cream. She keeps buying this specific brand because the brands she's tried that don't have the chunks in them don't taste as good.
Her solution is that I can dig around and eat the bunnies as I see fit, and we've made SO many rabbit jokes based on it. (I bought her new bunny slippers, that she put ((before wearing them)) in the freezer as a practical joke when she asked me to get her some ice cream, for example). She doesn't care, I get some chocolate, whatever.
However, with the "world situation" going on my girlfriend has extended an open invitation to her roommate that she can eat my girlfriends stuff and vice versa, so long as she asks first, so groceries last longer. While I was on the phone with... keep reading on reddit ➡
Me: chocolate chips mixed into the batter so when the waffle cooks, the chocolate chips are all gooey and melted.
Sister: waffle cooked separately with chocolate chips tossed on top afterwords because she likes the texture.
We accept your judgement.
Edit: thank you for everybody’s comments. My sister now realizes she is the inferior sibling.
So, this happened earlier today. My apologies for any formatting errors, I am typing this up on my phone.
Cast - Neighbor - R Me - Me! Entitled Mom - EM Entitled Kid - EK Convenience store clerk - C Cashier - C2
My neighbor, R, and his wife had a big birthday party today for their 5 yr old daughter. He even went and got a huge blow up waterslide for the kids. When he went with his wife and daughters to return the slide to the person they rented it from, their car broke down. I got a message from them asking if I could pick them up, since I drive an SUV and could accommodate all of them, including 2 car seats. I said sure, no prob, and headed out.
On the way home, I asked them if they needed to stop anywhere to pick up anything. I needed cigs, so I told them it wouldn't be an issue if they needed me to stop off somewhere. R said he needed cigs too. I stopped at the local convenience store. When we were getting out, the oldest daughter asked if she could get a milkshake. Her mom to... keep reading on reddit ➡
So basically when I was a kid I went to a candy store and searched for the chocolate golden coins, they sold packets with 20 each so I grabbed 3, went to pay a single pack and stole the other 2, went home and ate them with my cousin while paying minecraft
I could be the only one with this opinion (hopefully not), but I’ve never enjoyed chocolate as an ice cream flavour. Don’t get me wrong, I love chocolate bars and chocolate cakes (when done right, of course), but I just can’t fathom the idea of eating chocolate in the form of ice cream—it’s just not very appealing to me. That’s the biggest reason I stay away from Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, because a lot of their flavours are full of chocolate or contain chocolate in one way or another. I don’t mind chocolate chips or chunks as much, but I would still rather opt for a chocolate-less ice cream altogether.
Of course, I’m sure there are countless of other ice cream flavours out there in the world (and unbeknownst to me) that are much worse, especially any unconventional or radical flavours like licorice or bubblegum, but given the fact that chocolate seems to be such a crowd pleaser and served almost everywhere, I thought I would bring up my distaste here and see what other people thin... keep reading on reddit ➡
It’s more sweet and savory than a chocolate cake. It’s also way better with milk. You also don’t need to have to go through the overtaking frosting flavor. You get the good stuff from the brownie.
Edit: You guys Fucking hated me with my grammar so I fixed it. So stop sending hate. Also I want to point out both are box mix.
I don't mean a touch of butter for hell knows what dietary purpose. Just load it in. There is no shame in putting butter in everything but if you do feel weird about doing it near other people, say you're testing a keto diet. It's an especially good idea if the stores are closed and all you have at home is skimmed milk because your mum thinks the fats will kill her. That is because butter will easily fill the taste void in your milk water and make the hot chocolate palatable again. Don't thank me.
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup butter
3/4 cup white sugar
3/4 cup brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 large eggs
6 oz mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
6 oz regular semi-sweet chocolate chips
This happened last year, while I was buying stuff for Christmas day. I was shopping on December 20 for my relatives and family members, and I decided to get chocolate for my friends.
Cast: EM: Entitled Mother; Me: Minecraft Evoker, C: The cashier M: The manager.
So I was in the store, and I was able to find chocolate, but not a lot. I decided to get 3 bars for my friends since that is all I need. Suddenly, EM grabs the chocolate out of my hands.
Me: Hey! I was going to buy that!
EM: Well, if you looked around, you could probably find some more.
Me: You could too!
EM: Well I am late and I couldn't spare time.
Me: Well that doesn't matter. You don't just grab the chocolate out of my hands!
I proceed to take back the chocolate, go to the cashier, and pay for my chocolate. But soon after, EM comes to the cashier and tells him to make me give back her chocolate
EM: *points at me* He stole my chocolate and hit me!
Me: You know fully well that I didn't do anything.
EM: YOU DID! N... keep reading on reddit ➡
Honestly, eating room temperature chocolate is disgusting. It tastes better when it comes out of the fridge, very cold. It is so much more enjoyable when it's cold and crunchy compared warm and soft.
Dumb shower thought after a scooby doo marathaon
As soon as my cookies have cooled, I throw them straight into the freezer. I love how crunchy, cold and somewhat chewy the centers are when I pull them out one at a time to eat.
I heard a lot of people saying that chocolate is much better than vanilla. For me, vanilla got a much more sweet and soft taste. Chocolate is pretty good too, but not as much as vanilla.