I can still remember the first time I tried the Chuao Chocolatier bars. My husband’s grandmothers birthday was coming up and she loves all things chocolate. Being a good granddaughter (in law) I decided to find some unique candy bars for her and put them in a bag. What else could a 85 year old woman want? I ran across Chuao Chocolatier bars and was delighted by all the flavor options. I ended up grabbing five bars to package up.
After a few days, those chocolate bars started staring at me. I mean…how could I gift something I had never tried? Doing the responsible thing I busted one open and oh my.
I do believe I ended up eating 3 of the ones I had originally bought for her and had to replace them before her party. But eating them opened up a world of insanely perfect chocolate with flavors I had never even dreamed would taste so great together.
Recently Chuao Chocolatier reached out to me to share about them and I could not say “YES MY AUDIENCE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THESE” fast enough.
You should know.
Because these bars are not some ho-hum average piece of chocolate that will just get you through the day. They are a special culinary treat and I am here to share some of the most delicious flavors and how you can treat your own family to make them feel special.
Here are just a few amazing concepts that you can expect:
Now that back to school is here and here to stay (Can I get a WOOT WOOT??), I wanted to share a fun way to make your kids feel special either as a surprise lunch treat or an after-school treat. Not that these bars are not enough in and of themselves, but you can easily customize them by adding a simple statement tag to show your kids how special they are.
To get started on gifting a delicious bar, you will need the following
- Chuao Chocolatier Bars (Now available at CVS!)
- Round Hole Punch
- Paper cutter
- FREE printable download
First, I created some simple statements on a piece of printer paper. I originally did shapes and borders on the tags but it made it really complicated to cut out perfectly, so in this case, I suggest just using text. If you want to use my statements, you can download my printable here. I always suggest printing on cardstock and a laser printer for best quality.
2. Once you have your candy tags printed, use a paper cutter to cut them into smaller squares, leaving plenty of white space in middle and between tags to provide for a circle hole punch. I use a 2 inch circle hole punch and slide in the tags upside down so I can align them properly. If you find too much white space on one side, just trim a little at a time till you find the right centering.
3) Once your tags are done, use a regular tiny hole punch to add a hole for twine or ribbon. Wrap around bar and tie with a bow.
4) Now comes the fun part! You can add to a lunch box for a super special and sweet surprise or lay on your child’s (or spouses!) bed when they get home from school.
Right now there is also an awesome contest! Click below to enter and win a YEARS SUPPLY! (and some other awesome stuff…but CHOCOLATE!)