Oh my goodness, y’all! The folks over at Chocolat Frey sent me a ton of CHOCOLAT! This chocolat is so creamy and delicious, you will want more once you taste it. The Chocobloc White, made with white chocolate, honey, and almonds, is my favorite. I normally don’t like almonds in candy of any kind, but this company chops up the almonds so find you barely know they are there. My usual complaint with almonds is that they are so hard I can’t eat them, but I don’t have to worry about that with Chocolat Frey!
For Easter, these Chocolat Easter Bunnies are too cute! They come in two sizes, and are packaged individually in sturdy little bunny aluminum shells. Once you open them up, they are a creamy dreamy milk chocolate that just melts in your mouth.
Chocolat Frey® has been in business since 1887, producing 100% Swiss chocolat . Two brothers, Robert and Max Frey had a passion for creating fine Swiss chocolate products, which became the foundation for the company’s commitment to quality and excellence. Today, 100% of Chocolat Frey products are exclusively manufactured in Switzerland following a bean to bar process that produces exquisite chocolate for those luxurious occasions. Chocolat Frey is the #1 chocolate in Switzerland.
Bean to Bar– Means using only authentic ingredients including rich cocoa beans, whole roasted nuts and Swiss milk. Frey’s bean to bar process leaves has been honed to perfection to produce high quality chocolate creations. Their process ensures consistency in delivering the distinctive and indulgent taste experience that has become the hallmark of Chocolat Frey®
Chocolat Frey® values sustainablility, and is UTZ certified. Their approach to the environment supports sustainable farming that provides better opportunities for farmers, their families and our world.
Because I am diabetic, and shouldn’t be eating so much chocolate, I decided to make an Easter Wreath to show off those cute as can be Chocolat Frey Bunnies. It was really easy to make. I used a wreath styrofoam form, a fabric pre-cut jelly roll pack, some cute little baskets I cut with my Cricut, and plastic Easter eggs, and some pipe cleaners to put it all together. Oh, and the eggs are filled with the Chocolat Frey Minis! What do you think of it? Here is a tutorial if you’d like to make one for yourself or someone else.
Look for Chocolat Frey chocolates coming to a store near you soon!
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