Holiday Gifts: Chocolate Items From Foodzie

by Lisa on December 2nd, 2009

One of my absolute favorite websites to browse is Foodzie.  I don’t know when I found Foodzie, but I’ve been dying to share it with all of you!

The tagline from the site reads: “Find yummy unique gifts from small artisan producers.”  I haven’t tried any of the products featured on the site yet, but they certainly look yummy.  We’re going to focus on their chocolate offerings, but you can find all different types of food products at Foodzie including cheeses, meats, bakery products, condiments, and more.

But let’s get to what we’re here for, shall we?  Chocolate.  Mmmm.  More chocolate.

I found this Butter Cup Collection earlier today when putting together my own wish-list.  It took a total of -2 seconds for the collection to make it onto my list.

This collection contains nut butter cups in the following flavors: Classic Peanut Butter, Pistachio Date, Sesame Fig, Hazelnut Chocolate, Almond Cherry, Cashew Apricot, Marzipan Truffle, Macadamia Guava, and Sunflower Honey.  Yowza.

This collection is made by Los Angeles-based Ococoa Chocolates.  This set isn’t cheap – $22 will get you 9 pieces of chocolate.

This option isn’t cheap either, but if there’s a Scotch-lover in your life, this Single Malt Scotch Candy Collection is sure to please:

This set, created by Berkeley, California-based BonBonBar contains 6 Single Malt Scotch Candy Bars and 8oz Single Malt Scotch Caramels for $44.

Another option, also from BonBonBar are these delectable looking Pumpkin Pie Bars:

Um, yum.  This bar contains spiced pumpkin caramel atop a graham cracker crust, which is then covered in dark chocolate.  Sign me up, please!  3 bars cost $15.

I am currently in the middle of a love affair with all things ginger flavored so it should be no surprise that these Double Chocolate Ginger Gluten Free Cookies appeal to me.

These cookies come courtesy of Towaco, New Jersey-based Jake Bakes.  6 cookies costs $5.50.

How about a bit of a twist on the chocolate theme with this Balsamic Vinaigrette with Dark Chocolate?

Mmm, I know I’d be willing to try it!  The balsamic comes courtesy of Superior, Colorado-based Ravenous Chocolate Vinaigrettes.  An 8 oz. bottle costs just $5.50.

One Response

  1. cleverly says:

    I almost drooled just reading this post. Especially those pumpkin pie bars, mmmm :)