Bloggy Giveaway: Theobromine T-Shirt

theobromine t-shirt

The always-generous folks at YellowIbis.com have once again offered up one of their extremely cute pink theobromine t-shirts!

The T-shirt features the structure of theobromine, the main methylxanthine alkaloid present in cacao beans. Perfect for your favorite chocolate lover! Durable brown flex-print design on a heather jersey T. I have two of these that I wear regularly and I can attest that they are quality tops!

YellowIbis is also currently participating in the DonorsChoose campaign, a special drive to raise funds for science classroom education and experiments in underfunded schools. If you’ve got a minute, please stop by and see how you can help out, and maybe get a second chance to win a YellowIbis.com t-shirt. Every little bit helps!

To Enter:
Leave a comment here telling me the most exotic way/weirdest way you’ve enjoyed chocolate: Chocolate-covered insects? Chili chocolate? Share!

* A (non-pink) men’s version is available – if you win, just let me know!

* Contest open to U.S. residents only.

* Contest closes at 5:00pm PDT on Friday, October 31. Winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond with mailing information before a new winner is chosen.

* All current Bloggy Giveaways at Chocolate Bytes may be entered one time each. Good luck!

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    • http://www.yellowibis.com/scishirtsusa/scishirtsusa_shop_1view.html Sara @ YellowIbis.com

      We also have guy versions if you don’t want pink chocolate ;). If you win and need the men’s version just let us know.

      Just to clarify, we’re helping Sciencewomen at ScienceBlogs.com promote their DonorsChoose.org Challenge. It’s a worthy cause, you can check it out at http://scienceblogs.com/sciencewoman/2008/10/donors_choose_the_home_stretch_1.php. You can win a free shirt by donating through their Challenge. :)

    • http://livingtothehilt.blogspot.com ToilingAnt

      I love my chocolate too much to corrupt it with bugs, though my mom tells me she once ate chocolate-covered ants. Crunchy!

    • http://zomgcandy.com Rosa

      I loooove Chili Chocolate, and it’s even better as a chili chocolate gelato.

    • Lisa

      I’ve had a chocolate covered cricket I think. It was kinda weird.

    • Patti

      Well, I can’t post it on a family-friendly website, but let’s just say that my DH and I had some fun with chocolate one rainy afternoon……..mmmmm!

    • http://www.naturedeva.net Nature Deva

      I love my cacao raw – mixed with agave sweetener and other ingredients and made into many different and delicious raw chocolate treats. Raw, unheated cacao powder is the highest in vit. c and magnesium found in any plant source and so yummy.

    • http://www.flibbypie.com Flibby

      I think the most exotic thing I’ve ever done was eat chocolate off of the floor… haha.

    • http://terris-kitchen terri

      A sharp-cheddar fondue is my favorite, with the dipper being chunks of prime rib sizzled in an oil fondue pot for seconds only, then dipped in the cheddar fondue…then quickly wrapped in spinach leaves and popped happily into the mouth.

    • http://joyofdesserts.blogspot.com Joy @ Joy Of Desserts

      I’m so glad Sara clarified about colors, because our 11 yr old son wanted to win this, but NOT in pink. It combines two of his great loves, chocolate for his tastebuds and tummy, and science for his brain. He wants to become a research scientist.

      We haven’t had too much exotic chocolate. We have tried it with chili and with garlic. It’s pretty good, but not our favorite. Our son LOVES dark cacao! I like European milk chocolate, especially with hazelnuts.

    • Megan

      I love the shirt! The biochem major in me is happy :)

      mmm….I have had chai chocolate and curry chocolate both in chcolate bars before. The curry one was probably the more adventurous, but I did like it. Unfortunately it’s also expensive :(

    • Thursday

      I pretty much live on dark chocolate covered pretzels. But a lot of combinations of chocolate and salt are amazing: a personal favorite is french fries dipped in chocolate shakes.

    • http://bluedotfrog.blogspot.com reeva

      in the interest of keeping this pg-13 — my husband and i had some funwith chocolate .. thats all i’ll say about THAT :)

      Thanks for a generous giveaway. I hope I’m the lucky winner.

    • Libby

      Well, usually I keep my chocolate pretty tame…

      except for the potato chips dipped in chocolate frostys
      and the Junior High “lick the chocolate off the baby diaper” relay…

      :)

    • kristine

      I think that my most intriguing adventure in chocolate was at Purdue at a Veterinarian School Open house.. Chocolate covered termites and ants

    • http://www.connected2christ.com Erin

      I love chocolate in those Frosty’s from Wendys! Mmmm

    • http://www.mylifewithfourkids.blogspot.com Jennifer

      I’m sorry, but I haven’t enjoyed chocolate in any strange way that I can think of!

    • Sylvie

      Durian Fruit filled Chocolate. Not a pleasant experience. It’s like eating a stinky gym sock covered in chocolate!

    • http://www.mommiedaze.com Mommie Daze

      I don’t think I’ve ever had weird chocolate. I prefer my chocolate dark and straight up.

    • http://wonderment.jeremiahone.net Kelly

      Two weird ways for me:

      1) 100% chocolate. Don’t do it. Just… don’t. 99% from Lindt is bad, but not nearly as horrifying as the 100% stuff. In this case, more is not better.

      2) Mole (mo-lay) sauce, which is excellent, is a spicy Mexican sauce which has some chocolate in it, and it’s just a bit weird. Good, but weird.

    • http://sweetvernalzephyr.blogspot.com Miranda

      I love chocolate and my father-in-law loves garlic, so I made him Garlic Chocolate Chip Cookies.

      They aren’t too bad, as you soak the garlic in maple syrup first… and the chocolate chips take the edge off. You only get a slight garlic aftertaste! A very nice complimentary combination.

      AND a great April Fools Day Treat… no one will eat any goodies I bring in on April 1st any more with out a LOT of questions. LOL

    • http://www.koehmstedt.com koehmstedt

      pineapple dipped in chocolate is the wierdest thing I’ve tried… and that was delicious.

    • http://bringonthelloyds.blogspot.com/ Katie Lloyd

      The weirdest way I’ve enjoyed chocolate is with zucchini.

      Thanks for the great giveaway!
      katiellloyd at yahoo(dot)com

    • LeAnna

      We like to make Mayan hot chocolate, which involves heavy cream, good quality dark chocolate, chili pepper infusion, and vanilla bean. It is SO good.

    • http://www.melissasinglegalinthecity.com Melissa

      Two of my favorite exotic chocolate indulgences are from overseas — Cadbury’s Drinking Chocolate and the classic Australian biscuit, Tim Tams. Once, when I was coming back from Sydney, an airport security guy had a good laugh when half a dozen boxes spilled out of my bag! :-)

      Both Cadbury’s and Tim Tams melt in your mouth with their perfectly rich, perfectly sweet flavors. Yum!!

    • http://mommainflipflops2.blogspot.com Andrea

      Can I say my son as actually dipping it in chilli today? LOL!!!!! Thanks for the chance to win. =)

    • http://professionalmommy.vox.com/ Jennifer

      I love chocolate! I have tried chocolate covered ants but I prefer something tamer like chocolate oranges mmmmmmm. I also have tried non sweet chocolate in some mexican meat dishes. Not bad!

    • Stacy

      chocolate covered oranges are not wierd but I didnt like it.

    • http://dabbledabbledo.blogspot.com/ Cassie

      I don’t think I have ever eaten any “weird” chocolate. Maybe the box that I hide from the rest of the family, around the holidays? That’s more of a chocoholic behavioral thing!

    • Jabberwocky

      The most decadent and unusual chocolate I’ve had was something spicy from La Maison du Chocolate. Yum!
      The most unusual chocolate I’ve heard about (but not tried) is the chocolate bacon bar from Vosges.

    • Amy

      I haven’t had too many ‘exotic’ chocolates. I have had some Polish chocolate. it was just okay.

    • http://www.redhairedgirl.com/main/ Carrie

      Very pedestrian, but I do enjoy mole. The Mexican cuisine, not the rodent; I just don’t know how to do accented e’s off the top of my head, and I’m too lazy to Google it right now. ;-)

    • Kathy

      I prefer mine dark and unadulterated. ;)

    • Stacey

      I’ve had chocolate covered grasshoppers a couple of times before. I’ve also tried some chocolate bars that had salt or hot chili in them. Both quite tasty.

      radiation(at)hotmail(dot)com

    • http://snapshotsandpieces.blogspot.com/ Sarah

      A friend once sent me a gourmet chocolate bar that had bacon in it….and it was GOOD!

    • Gaye McGill

      I’ve heard of some very strange chocolate things, but I like my chocolate too much to mix it with insects. I have had Mexican hot chocolate that’s somewhat spicy.

    • Lorri S

      I have eaten chocolate covered pickles :)

    • http://www.junkcreation.com Peggy

      I’ve tried chili choc, but didn’t like it. So, hmm, I’ve eaten cat-shaped truffles. Does that count?

    • Tanya W.

      The most exotic and dreamy chocolate memory of mine was when I had the most divine,godiva chocolate Martini at Club Rain in Las Vegas (I was a tag along during hubby’s business trip) GOSH! I get the warm fuzzies just thinking aboout…sadly, I haven’t been able to duplicate its glorious splendor!

    • Colleen

      My favorite read pudding is a chocolate chili bread pudding! I’ve also done chocolate and bacon which was better than I expected.

    • Janet F

      I love melted chocolate on top of sliced bananas.

      Thank you!

      janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

    • Barbara McCrea

      The most exotic way I’ve had chocolate is poured over my husband, delicious

    • Kamber

      I don’t really have an exotic way that I’ve had chocolate. Dark chocolate was a bit experimental at first, I can’t get enough of it now. I have tried Mole before, but wasn’t that excited about it.

    • http://notebookable.com Jessica

      The most exotic thing I’ve had is German chocolate!

    • Marilyn Wons

      The weirdest place was in the bathtub while taking a bubble bath!

    • Katelyn

      chocolate syrup in my milk

    • http://ktandstevestacey.blogspot.com katie stacey

      I actually have had a chocolate covered grasshopper…it was crunchy.

    • http://readravereview.blogspot.com/ Deborah

      Chocolate pudding and pickles.

      Deborah
      dbstout{at}juno{dot}com

    • Ramishia Mckissick

      Beef Jerky dipped in chocolate sauce! An accident but a delicious one!

    • ky2here

      I’m going to be very general and say it was a personal shared experience.

    • Jean F

      I haven’t gotten too exotic, but eat chocolate daily. Anywhere, anytime.

    • adrienne Gordon

      tripe dipped in chocolate

    • D Bertolo

      I poured melted chocolate over my wife’s privates and ate—very tasty indeed!

    • Carrie

      Mole poblano sauce! Yum!

    • MRS.MOMMYY

      in an orgasm— ok dirty minds its an alcoholic drink

    • Doug

      as an ingredient in chili

    • Harriet

      While sitting in my hot tub, surrounded by candles, sipping a glass of wine.

    • http://www.bebemiqui.blogspot.com Bebemiqui

      Honestly, I’ve never had chocolate in a weird form.
      bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

    • http://samsakara.blogspot.com/ Shilo Beedy

      I don’t think I have ever had chocolate in a weird way.

    • http://www.ohsrunning.com Coach Roberts

      I’m German, but I don’t really like bratwurst very much. Once I tried many different things on a bratwurst to see if I would like them better. I tried strawberry jam, apple butter, and CHOCOLATE. It’s true; chocolate makes everything better! (However, the apple butter was the best thing to put on a bratwurst.)

    • http://www.northofthe49.com Michelle

      I don’t know if I have ever had chocolate in a weird way, unless you count som Guiness beer concoction that I had in Ireland. It wasn’t very good in my opinion.

    • Karen Gonyea

      Not sure I have ever had chocolate in any creative way.

    • Casey K

      I’m still learning how to use chocolate creatively. I recently made chocolate marshmallow treats. Yum!

    • http://thedcookshouse.blogspot.com Rebecca

      I have have chili with chocolate, and it was nasty. Of course it was 2 parts dark chocolate, one part chili. It was like a strange cheese dip where they got confused and melted chocolate instead of cheese. I have also had really good chocolate chili, but the ratio of chocolate to chili was very different. I learned sometimes you CAN have too much chocolate.

    • http://janaeandjohn.blogspot.com Janae

      my family and I always cut up the chocolates and eat tiny pieces of each one. That way we share.

    • Heather

      I can’t say I’ve ver eaten chocolate covered bugs. Does chocolate chicken count? (mole sauce?) Other than that, I have a recipe for brownies made with black beans and chili pepper. They are pretty good!

      That shirt is fabulous. I would wear it constantly.
      Lalycairn (at) gmail.com

    • Rita A.

      Right now I have a bar of Lindt Cherry Chili chocolate and it is the best ever. I love the sweetness then the heat of the chili. I must buy more!!!

    • Monique Rizzo

      I have actually had chocolate covered ants, and they were good!

    • beth shepherd

      Thank you for having this. Many many years ago my husband and I were camping and decided that some fun with chocolate pudding sounded great. Well we had the fun and then realized we were covered and no water! Lets just say that cleanups with baby wipes are no fun! I would love to win. Thank you!
      tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

    • judy

      not weird but fantastic – I made chocolate idiot cake from david lebovitzt recipe….out of this world!

    • laurie

      I’m so old I remember the chocolate flavored kids’ vitamins. what were they, chox? something like that.

    • http://www.raisingmonkeys.blotspot.com Emily

      I’ve had Lindt spicy chocolate, it was unique and rather spicy!

      Thanks for offering it!

      princesslimey (at) gmail (dot) com

    • http://www.chocolateonthebeachfestival.com Miss Stuffy

      I recently did a beer tasting fundraiser for our local museum. I served 2 different cheese fondues with beer bread. Both fondues had beer in them as well. My guests had a ball with it. I’ve had all sorts of fondues, but a savory cheese with steak as a dipper is my favorite!

    • Angela J

      I like mine “straight”, not the least bit adventurous.

    • Angie P.

      I haven’t had chocolate too many weird ways that I can think of. Chocolate martinis…mmm, choco-covered potato chips and pretzels…I think my local store has chocolate beer; will have to try that one.

    • Cindy Thurman

      French Fries dipped in chocolate shake :)

    • http://cuppapixie.blogspot.com leslie

      I made chocolate cupcakes…with basil leaves from my garden mixed in. Yum!!

    • Dee

      seriously? chili chocolate? As in chocolate chili?

      I LOVE chocolate and would eat it in most ways…though it looks like I havent been creative enough with it! LOL..does hiding behind the counter and sneaking it so my toddler doesnt come running for it count?

      Thanks for the chance!

    • http://lifeinthelostworld.blogspot.com/ jayedee

      well i don’t think it’s strange, but the rest of the world prolly does……chips, as in potato, and chocolate icing! yummo! please throw my name in the hat for this awesome giveaway! good luck everyone and if you have a chance, drop in at the lost world and sign up for my giveaway too!

    • http://paige.ericksonfamily.com Paige

      Exotic? I’ve made my own chocolates. That’s about as daring I’ve gotten with chocolate.

    • Jennifer M

      It may not be exotic, but someone suggested I try dark chocolate with red wine and it’s fantastic.

    • http://heatherandrus.blogspot.com Heather A.

      I guess the weirdest would be chocolate frostys from Wendy’s with french fries!!

    • Carolyn Sharkas

      Not too exotic, but I love dark chocolate covered coffee beans. I mean, come on….dark chocolate AND coffee..what’s not to love?

      thanks for sharing

      ceashark at aol dot com

    • susan varney

      in the bathtub with a romance novel

    • Rachel R

      Rich chocolate fudge. It’s not very exotic, but it sure is good!

    • http://domesticpsychology.com/blog Cathy McCaughan

      I ate chocolate gravy once, but usually I just hide in the bathroom or my closet to eat a chocolate without moon eyes from the children requesting I give it to them instead of eating it.

      cathy at domesticpsychology dot com

    • Vicky Boackle

      chocolate gravy on biscuits.

    • Heather

      I had a friend who is a chef that made chocolate sauce for a fish dish…Thanks for the giveaway. Heather
      poncey76 at hotmail dot com.

    • Paula H

      I sometimes dp potato candy in melted chocolate. Poto cany is made with a dough of cooked potato and powdered sugar that is spread with peanut butter and rolled up. These rolls are chilled and then sliced. I like to dip the slices in melted chocolate and then chill again.

    • Christina

      I like to melt chocolate chips and spread it on my buttered bagel in the morning.

    • Lisa

      I’m not sure if this is weird, but my brother came back from Hawaii and he had dried cuttlefish dipped in chocolate to look like little jellyfish.

    • Betsy Pauzauskie

      Dipping a banana in chocolate is the most exotic thing I’ve done. I do, however, love my chocolate!

    • Sandra

      I have had chocolate in tropical locations that tasted more like I was eating a candle than chocolate as they add so much wax to prevent it from melting in a hot climate. I don’t know if that is weird or not????
      owatz (AT)telus (DOT) net

    • http://babyfingers.blogspot.com Jenny

      I don’t usually eat it in an unusual way; I just think it goes well with coffee. I enjoy dunking candybars in hot coffee, for instance.

      the_other_alice_(at)yahoo.com

    • Kristin

      we made chocolate molds of our faces once and then ate them. i know it sounds weird.

    • Katy

      Chocolate with chiles in it – pretty good. Chocolate stout – pretty good. ScharffenBerger cacao nibs in dark chocolate – very good! Love the contests!

    • Nora

      The hardest way to try chocolate with a bug was going to the bug fest and you had to choose from a regular brownie vs brownie with a bug. I was so relieved that I chose the one without the bugs.

    • http://ehlenadministration.blogspot.com ebie

      hmmm, i’m not a super adventurous chocolate person, i like it straight and dark, like my cofee. i have had a truffle w/ curry in it i think.

    • Lydia

      I guess Mexican hot chocolate with hot pepper is the weirdest I’ve every got.

      Sign me up!

      lydia.bower @ ak.net

    • Valerie

      Uh honestly, I haven’t had any weird chocolate moments

    • dn6511

      With my spouse of course!

    • maria

      Ok, so this is not some crazy dish, but I have found that chocolate fondue tastes AWESOME when you add a Toblerone bar. Yummy.

      try it…you will like it.
      Thanks

    • Sarah Z

      Hmm, nothing adventrous here either, I do like to make chocolate covered strawberries though!!

    • http://momforhim.blogspot.com Jessica

      I have eaten crickets, but they weren’t covered in chocolate, just sauteed. Probably would’ve been better if they had been covered in chocolate! I don’t think I’ve had exotic chocolate…

    • Karen

      Chocolate covered potato chips. They were good, too! Thanks for the giveaway!

    • Misa

      I’ve made a chili recipe that has chocolate in it & instead of chili peppers it uses wasabi! Tastes a bit unusual….but yummy!

    • http://athomewithbooks.blogspot.com/ Alyce

      I don’t think I’ve had chocolate with anything strange. If I’m really hungry for something chocolately I will melt chocolate chips and dip a granola bar in.

      akreese (at) hotmail (dot) com

    • http://that-girl-over-there.blogspot.com Han5nah T.

      Sometimes, I mix up chocolate sauce with wasabi. It is spicy and delicious.

    • http://www.keepingheartsathome.blogspot.com Amity

      Uuuummm..nothing really strange..chocolate covered pomegranite…that is not really that strange though.

      amitymatthia[at]hotmail.com

    • Lisa L.

      I was hanging upside down from a tree just to show my friends I could do that and eat chocolate too.

    • Janet

      I love chocolate in those Frosty’s from Wendys! Mmmm

    • http://beccasbackyard.blogspot.com Becca

      I’ve never had too exotic of chocolate but I do love Israeli and Australian chocolates like Maltesers.

    • http://www.itsalwaysaproduction.blogspot.com PastormacsAnn

      Oooo, I want to win this t-shirt! It is so cool.

      The most exotic chocolate I’ve had – probably fancy chocolate fondue!

      jubys1mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

    • http://devancarol.etsy.com devan brittain

      I’ve had a chocolate covered rice cake – it was really good but of course, defeated the purpose!

    • Suzie G

      We bought chocolate body paint once… it wasn’t that tasty though, and then reading the jar a few weeks later, I realized it needed to be refrigerated so we tossed it.

    • Tom Showers

      My wife would love this shirt. She not only loves chocolate (who doesn’t?) her favorite color is pink.

    • http://www.myspace.com/stephareee Stephanie

      I am not really a very adventurous person I guess. I have just eaten it. ;o)

    • Robin

      There probably isn’t much I haven’t tried with chocolate, but just chips out of the bag to body frosting. I truly believe in chocolate 3 meals a day and it should have its own place on the food pyramid. I teach at a gym and my class can determine what that nights workout will be based on how much chocoate I have had for dinner! Try a banana, chocolate of any kind and marshmallows, nuke until the chocolate melts and stir and YUMMY!!

    • http://elisharose.blogspot.com Julie at Elisharose

      How cute. Um, I don’t know if I have ever eaten chocolate in an exotic way. I’ve hidden in my closet so the kids wouldn’t try to steal it. : ) Does that count?

    • Lisa Fosses

      Chocolate body paint

    • http://seeingpolkadots.blogspot.com/ ang

      a chocolate spa treatment! luxurious, exotic, and soothing!

    • http://www.welcometolibbyland.blogspot.com Aimee

      Hahaha….love your “exotic” way of eating chocolate Julie at Elisharose!!

      I’m in the same boat…nothing real “exotic” to report here. Although, when I was pregnant I’d sprinkle chocolate chips on top of my popcorn…mmmm, yummy!

    • http://key-of-s.typepad.com Suzanne

      I would have to say the most unusual form of chocolate I’ve tried is when Starbucks came out with “Drinking Chocolate.” It was delicious, but very rich!

    • Evelyn

      I won’t say too much just that it was behind closed doors!

    • Kirby McCauley

      I accidentally dipped a cold shrimp into a chocolate fountain once… & it was bizarrely good!

    • http://www.pixiemarierose.blogspot.com Jesica

      mostly I’m not too creative – I just eat it straight.

      But I do own a container of chocolate body paints – and that’s all I’m gonna say about that.

    • Katie S.

      hmmm…i think i’ve tried dunking almost everthing in chocolate…chocolate covered pineapple is quite good! love the shirt! thanks!

    • Heidi

      While on vacation I tried jalepeno pepper fudge. I am not a fan of spicy foods, so it wasn’t a pleasant experience.

    • veronica sandberg

      chocolate alone is exotic, but with strawberries WOW

    • Erma Hurtt

      I think the weirdest I ate chocolate was with gummy worms.

    • http://strangerinastrangerland.blogspot.com bren j.

      heehee. That shirt it great! Last spring, my husband and I were in Quebec City and found this amazing (!) chocolate shop with the most unique flavours. He wanted to try something really different so we tried some sort of chili chocolate. I’ve never had a chocolate actually leave my mouth burning! Ack! The lavender one we tried was MUCH better. :)

    • Kurt

      Chocolate is best enjoyed with the one(s) you love. Fingers dipped in warm chocolate are a heavenly wonder.

    • Laura Emerson

      When Hurricane Katrina hit we ended up in our attic for two days before being able to leave. Thank goodness that my husband had hid my birthday present of a giant box of chocolates there for my birthday which was only a few days away. While the wind and waters rose so did my sugar high. I swear that after about 2 dozen chocolates I didn’t care that I could see the trees where our roof used to be!

    • Susan T

      Nothing exotic for me. The most different thing I have done is use chocolate scented lotions, soap…Makes you smell chocolate all through out the day. Thanks for the giveaway. semtaylor(at)yahoo(dot)com

    • Laura G

      sorry, nothing exotic for me – we keep dark chocolate chips in the fridge and i grab a handful when a craving strikes,lol

    • http://scrappyd.blogspot.com Ginny

      Never ate it exotic

    • Carrie Zeiter

      Chocolate coffee beans are about as extreme as I get!

    • Jodi

      i am not very exotic, how about French fry dipped in a chocolate shake.

    • Reva Skie

      I have had chocolate with lavender in it. It tasted kind of soapy.

    • http://thriftyjinxy.blogspot.com/ Chrysa

      The most exciting thing I have had is chocolate-covered potato chips. Thanks for the giveaway!

    • Jaime

      Chocolate beer…yes, you read that correctly. Very interesting…in a good way! :)

      Mmmm…….

    • Elizabeth M.

      It wasn’t until this moment that I realized I’ve not had chocolate in any particularly interesting way. I need to do that! The most offbeat thing would be chocolate dipped pretzels…and that’s normal but I just tried it last year. I need to step it up!

    • Anita Hiltz

      I’ve had Mexican Hot Chocolate! Had a spicy kick to it. Thanks so much for doing this giveaway for us!
      ahiltzy@yahoo(dot)com

    • Aimee M K

      Weirdest way I’ve ever enjoyed chocolate has to be with chicken nuggets and fries… I love dipping them into my chocolate Frosty’s! :)

      I’ve also tried chili chocolate… not my fav! :P

    • Heather S

      Hmm..nothing too exotic here. I like chocolate and buttered popcorn. The salty sweet combo is great.

    • Kayce C

      I’ve microwaved chocolate along with sharp cheddar cheese, and used it as a dip for Pop Tarts.

    • karen c.

      Even covered in chocolate, there’s no way I’d eat insects.

    • http://meganscookin.blogspot.com megan

      No bugs! Chilis are great though.

    • http://www.catholicmommyhood.blogspot.com Aldara

      I will melt chocolate chip and eat it with applesauce…I love it!

    • Susan Ledet

      I like my chocolate by itself but do love white chocolate covered pretzels.
      Thanks for the sweet giveaway.

    • A Casson

      Chocolate hand dipped nuts, oh so good

    • http://herlings.blogspot.com Krista

      I’m a chemist and a science teacher so this is perfect!!! (and of course I love chocolate!) This reminds me that one Mole day (Oct 22) we had hot chocolate prepared in science equipment, heated on a bunsen burner and served in beakers!!!

    • Donna K

      Chocolate pretzels

    • Veronica Garrett

      When I was pregnant I had chocolate and barbecue potato chips.

    • Erica

      I’ll admit – I eat it with noodles. Instead of using pasta sauce or cheese I prefer melted chocolate…

    • http://sillymommy2sillygirls.blogspot.com/ Noreen

      chocolate drizzled over nachos, it was a dare but kind of good

    • http://thegreenyak.etsy.com The Green Yak

      Nothing too fancy, I’m afraid, except for chocolate-covered coffee beans!

      greenyak [at] yahoo [dot] com

    • http://www.weiswomen.com jennifer

      I don’t know if this counts…but when I was in Las Vegas recently I saw the largest chocolate fountain I have ever seen! I can’t think of any weird chocolate treats I’ve had…the closest is mixing m&m’s in my movie popcorn. Lame, I know!

    • http://lusciousnis.blogspot.com Nissa

      Since I don’t think this is an NC-17 blog.. I used to eat chocolate while drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes. Now I just eat it while drinking coffee. Tastes much better without the cigs. I’d love to win that shirt! Thanks!

    • http://chocolateaftersupper.blogspot.com/ momhuebert

      I think chocolate-dipped potato chips are the most exotic I’ve eaten. I love the idea of this shirt!

    • Tamara

      Probably the most exotic is a chocolate chili sauce over mango grilled chicken. YUM!

    • John Deal

      The chocolate covered grasshopper was my weirdest. Nonpink

    • http://mommyhoodisthankless.blogspot.com/ Rebecca C

      I am a chocolate puritan but I have had bacon flavoured chocolate, it was good but a little bizarre for me

      Thanks for the chance to win, please throw my name into the hat!

      mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

    • http://3garnetsn2sapphires.blogspot.com/ Karen of Sillymonkeez

      This is the weirdest, but I don’t know if others consider it weird . . . eating chocolate in sandwich like some do in France.

      Thanks for the fun giveaway! My sister would love that shirt because she does scientific research.

      Karen of the MomDot Street Team
      http://www.MomDot.com

    • Marigold

      I love chocolate so much that one of my neighbors made me a chocolate-based sugar scrub for use in the shower! It smells amazing, I’m absolutely in love with it. A little less exciting is the chocolate toothpaste someone gave me as a gag gift last Christmas. That was pretty much horrific on all accounts.

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    • tanya

      Chocolate and dill pickles. Yum.

    • Kari Follett

      I dont do exotic, lol. Sorry, I have nothing exciting to report but I DO love chocolate!

    • http://ninemoremonths.blogspot.com Angela

      The most exotic I guess would have to be Chocolate Covered Potato Chips. Everyone thinks that sounds gross but they were delicious! Thanks for the great giveaway!
      Angela
      itsahumanzoo(at)gmail(dot)com
      P.S. I’m giving away a subscription to Parents Magazine on my blog, so if you or someone you know might be interested, stop on by! :)

    • kathleen

      The most exotic chocolate treat that I have had is chocolate covered strawberries.

    • Shannon

      I love chocolate so I can’t think of many combinations that would be weird as in not tasting good. As for exotic, I don’t think I’ve tried anything very exotic but I’ve tried lots of chocolate from Australia and they have some different combinations, all good. Chocolate covered apricots, chocolate covered coffee beans and a candy bar with the flavors of honey and chocolate are a few.

    • Nicole

      This isn’t very weird–chocolate covered expresso beans, yum!
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    • sarah

      I like a scoop of chocolate ice cream on the bottom of my chocolate snowball. I didn’t think it was exotic until someone told me this past summer it was weird..

    • http://www.musesofmegret.com Megret

      I tried a 99.9% cacao bar once (I usually eat 70-80%), and boy, it was like drinking coffee grounds. I can’t say I enjoyed it, even though I really wanted to!

      Megret
      musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

    • Lily Kwan

      I ate a chocolate and bacon bar once.

    • Helen

      You can’t go wrong with a cheese and chocolate sandwich! Oh and Chicken Mole!

    • Heather C

      I made chocolate chip cookies for a recipe contest, and the recipe had to include salsa. I included salsa alright, but mistakenly used garlic salsa. Oh, those were interesting…

    • Gianna

      I love Nutella, that chocolate hazelnut spread. It’s great in recipes! Please enter me :)