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Cookie Chip Chocolate

No such thing as too much chocolate
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I was eating chocolate chip cookies at a party the other day and it occured to me that the cookie:chocolate ratio wasn't balanced the way I would prefer.

My ideal choc chip cookie would be at least 50% (dark) chocolate.

So I propose the cookie chip chocolate. It's a round piece of (dark) chocolate with chips of cookie embedded through it. It would be a great way to pick up chicks judging by the women huddled around the cookie box at the party.

Milk chocolate variants may be permitted but so called white chocolate is a crime against humanity and will not be allowed.

And yes, before you ask.. I haven't been getting enough sleep lately.

madradish, Dec 02 2003

Cadbury's Dairy Milk (with biscuit) http://www.cadbury..../cdmrange/range.htm
Not round. Not dark chocolate. But very nice. [Jinbish, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Dark Chocolate Cookie Bits http://blackforestc...&Category_Code=CCCC
"A delectable piece of chocolate cookie surrounded with luscious dark chocolate." [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       white chocolate and babies are a better combination - stain wise that is
po, Dec 02 2003
  

       Babies imbedded in white chocolate?! What an odd thought [po].
squeak, Dec 02 2003
  

       there's always one! :) that was so predictable..
po, Dec 02 2003
  

       try Leibniz Schoko Kekse by Bahlsen - dark chocolate and buscuit 1/2 - 1/2
iniwes, Dec 02 2003
  

       I remember being at a party once and there was a "cake" made entirely out of melted chocolate chips. The thing was basically a giant chocolate chip 9 inches in diameter.
Rubi, Dec 02 2003
  

       With all my heart, I miss P.B. Max. Bits of cookie on top of a blob of peanut butter (not fake peanut butter candy stuff) on top of a whole cookie, and the whole thing encased in chocolate. Ambrosia.
darksasami, Dec 02 2003
  

       Don't try to eat a warm one.
RayfordSteele, Dec 02 2003
  

       [+] Delicious idea, [madradish]
Letsbuildafort, Dec 02 2003
  

       The tensile strength of those chocolate wafers is capable of lifting chicks that tend to judge women when huddled around a cookie box at a party? This is absolutely fascinating. May I be invited to the next party you hold? +
sartep, Dec 02 2003
  

       I've seen "cookies and cream" candy bars which have chunks of cookie mixed through the chocolate. Not sure if it's dark chocolate though.
waugsqueke, Dec 02 2003
  

       Yummy. But can the chocolate have swirls of cookie rather than cookie chips?
tchaikovsky, Dec 02 2003
  

       Very good idea, now if you don't mind, I'm going to bake it. (c'mon you guys didn't get to that first? get your heads in the game!)
thelambs, Dec 02 2003
  

       + This would be very good, especially if it were coated in a thick layer of chocolate, and you served it with a bowl of melted-chocolate dip. I just don’t understand why it needs cookie chips in it.
AO, Dec 02 2003
  

       I had a verrrry nice chocolate bar about 3 months ago that was similar to this: creamy chocolate, with cookie bits. I picked it up from a petrol station, I'm certain it was American; Hershey does ring a bell.
silverstormer, Dec 02 2003
  
      
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