We have posted a few times about chocolate skulls and every time I have to daydream about what it would be like to munch into one of these. One day I say! These particular chocolate skulls are brought to you by Black Chocolate Co.
These delicious Belgian chocolate skulls come in a variety of flavours like dark, chilli, milk and caramel chocolate. They are created in Manchester England and can be bought for £68 with a postage fee of £9.75 for United Kingdom but expect to pay £29.93 for International delivery.
I need to go satisfy my chocolate urges now.
A work colleague of mine was super excited to find this decorative day of the dead skull cookie online. He sent it to me immediately and shouted at me from across the office to make sure I had seen it. Maybe he wanted a high-five or something for finding it.
I have to admit though that this gingerbread skull biscuit looks great! The baker of this day of the dead treat is Cupookie and you can visit her blog here to see what other creations she has to feast on.
These chocolate skulls are available from Rosetta Brands for a whopping £349.99 each. These skulls are made from Belgian chocolate with a stomach busting weight of 2.5kgs. Each skull is cast by hand and carefully detailed . For example the the white skull is dusted with cinnamon and icing sugar making it appear fresh out the grave.
A definite party piece if you are looking to impress.
Available from Rosetta Brands
It seems the skull fetish runs in the family as my sister, without knowing about this skull blog, bought me various skull related items for Christmas. One of which were these very tasty candy skulls made from white chocolate with strawberry. It was hard not to eat the whole bag in one sitting.
These candy skulls can be bought from Treasure Island Sweets for £2.10 for 250grams or £17 for 3kgs
There are also some other skulls available for you to munch down on like psycho, jelly, red eye, salt liquorice, raspberry and skull and crossbones.
Some of the most delectable chocolate skulls that you will ever wraps your lips around. Sadly these chocolates are no longer available but what I can tell you is that they were created by Valerie Confections and the range was priced at $40 -$90. Yes, that’s what you call posh nosh.
Originally found on Squidoo and Neublack.
Skullalicious chocolate skulls with walnut candy brains. YUM. The skull chocolates can be found on
Ruth and Sira García Trigueros’ Etsy Shop.