Chocolate Slices May Be The Greatest Product Known To Man December 21, 2015 08:07 3 Comments
Bourbon, a food company in Japan, has introduced individually wrapped slices of chocolate much like the Kraft American cheese slices. The flavor can only be described as being stronger than milk chocolate but lighter than fudge.
At first the idea of a chocolate sandwich slice sounds a bit odd. However, when placed on warm toast it melts to a wonderful consistency. The slices can be used to cut out designs for pastry and molded into fun shapes.
The thinly sliced chocolate will make a wonderful addition to cookies, cakes, breads and pies. It can also be eaten right from the package, melted in a warm cup of milk for hot chocolate or added to coffee as a sweetener.
There's no limit to what people can do with these chocolate slices. Here are a few more ideas:
- Warm cashews or mixed nuts on a cookie sheet, and allow the chocolate to melt over them.
- Put between slices of banana and eaten as a healthy snack.
- Roll chocolate slices inside a cake.
- Cut with cookie cutters and add to the tops of cookies.
- Place over warm pancakes or waffles.
- Shape the chocolate slices into flowers or roses for a beautiful garnish.
- Use to top fruit slices.
- Served with peanut butter on bread or toast.
- Place in graham crackers on a slice of ice cream for a great ice cream sandwich.
- Use with graham crackers and toasted marshmallows for gooey s’mores.
The possibilities are endless, which is why this is such a great product.
Each package is sold in lots of five dozen for about $27.00 and can be purchased online. It’ll be interesting to see if they come out with additional flavors such as white chocolate, chocolate with chopped nuts or other mixtures.
Kraft may have some competition on their hands if the chocolate slices hits American shelves. Just think about the success of Nutella and Cocoa spread which has been much loved by people around the world.The announcement has sent chocolate lovers into frenzy and has their mouths watering with joy. Right now the only way to get the slices is to order in bulk on the Bourbon website. So have the translate button ready, because the site is completely in Japanese.