U.S. Candy Company Now Selling Chocolate-covered Cicadas

David Williams wrote . . . . . . . . .

A Maryland candy company is selling chocolate covered cicadas to celebrate the emergence of the noisy insects that have spent the last 17 years underground.

Chouquette Chocolates is selling the cicadas – dipped in either milk or dark chocolate – online, but it also posted the recipe on its Facebook page for brave chefs looking for something to do with the bugs.

Billions of cicadas from Brood X are emerging from their subterranean homes as temperatures warm up in the eastern United States. They’ll spend the final days of their lives mating and making a tremendous racket as males work to attract females.

It’s is expected to be the largest emergence event since 2004.

Source: CNN


New Cheese Tart from PABLO Japan

White Peach and Yogurt Cheese Tart

The tart will be available for 2 months starting on May 1, 2021. The price is 800 yen (tax included) for 1 to 2 persons size (11 cm diameter).

Easter Chocolate

The Bvlgari chocolate are available in selected stores in Japan for a limited time. The price is 6,000 yen (tax included) each.

Kit Kat Key Lime Pie Bars are Available for a Limited Time This Spring

Gina Salamone wrote . . . . . . . . .

A tropical breeze will soon be blowing into candy shelves across the country.

Give a warm welcome to the new Kit Kat Key Lime Pie bars, arriving in stores this spring for a limited time.

The sweets are of course inspired by the dessert made of Key lime juice, egg yolks, and sweetened condensed milk that’s topped with meringue and can be found throughout Florida, particularly in the Keys.

“While known for its crispy light wafers and chocolate coating, the Kit Kat brand has also switched up their iconic pairing to bring trendy flavors to fans still using that undeniable crisp and light wafer bar,” the company said in a statement.

“Kit Kat Key Lime Pie delivers an unexpected flavor twist of the Key Lime Pie cr 1/4 u00e8me with the crispy wafer layers to make it a delectable treat.”

The tropical-themed treats will be sold nationwide as 1.5-ounce standard bars for about $1.09.

Source: Yahoo!

Sculpture Chocolate of Bubo Barcelona in Tokyo, Japan

Break My Heart

Inside the large heart are 12 pieces of small heart-shape chocolate. You’ll have to smash the big heart to eat them.

The price is 7900 yen (plus tax).