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Monday, 31 August 2009

What we've been up to

'Plain Wrappers' Wedding Chocolate After-Dinner Mints
'Fireworks Wrappers' After Dinner Mints for the same wedding
The Chocolates wrapped up ready to be bubble packed and dispatched.
For a sweet 60! These glasses are quickly becoming very popular.
70th birthday celebration After Dinner Mints

Birthday Chocolates for an adorable little boy


Chocolate Business Cards
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Saturday, 22 August 2009

Avoid Themed Birthday Parties Stress


Where do I get favours to match this theme? I'm sure quite a number of parents ask this question after their children announce the sort of birthday party or sleepover they want.
Well do not despair, that's exactly why Chocolat A Toi is here. We aim to make things easier by matching your chocolate favours to your child's birthday party theme.
And if like me you're a parent concerned about moderate sized treats, you can opt for our 10g chocolate favours. We are here to satisfy you!
Visit www.chocolatatoi.com for more ideas or call 0193230968 to find out more.

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Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Monday, 10 August 2009

Ways to eat chocolate on a diet

Quite often people tell me they are on diets so cant have chocolate. Well, this is for them and others who are afraid of the calories that come with chocolove.

I'll start from the easiest - the chocolate inhaler. It comes in four different flavours mint, raspberry, mango and plain. The lead inventor is a Harvard professor and the product is called Le Whif. Hmm, not my cup of tea she said.

Going for chocolate bar substitutes under 100 calories can help you keep on track. Drizzle chocolate sauce on low fat snacks, have sugar free chocolate drinks, chocolate milk and low fat chocolate ice-cream. I found most interesting that chocolate pudding also fits the bill. My fav is a tablespoon of chocolate chips - 70 calories.


However, these dont cut it for personalised chocolate gifts. The good news is that we have bars that are less than 100 calories. Our 10g milk chocolate bars are 52.3 calories and the 5g Neapolitan dark chocolate bars less than 27 calories. Most importantly, they look great personalised - see more of them on www.chocolatatoi.com

Saturday, 8 August 2009

Nuts just take up space where chocolate ought to be.


True or False? What do you think? Is your favourite chocolate full of nuts?
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