5 Chocolate Covered Treats for Teachers

5 Chocolate Covered Treats for Teachers
5 Chocolate Covered Treats for Teachers

5 Chocolate Covered Treats for Teachers

Teachers work hard.  They work hard for parents, for the children, for their principals, standardized tests and so much more!  There is nothing better than a sweet piece of chocolate to give our teachers a little more energy to keep going.

Here are 5 unique chocolates that would knock anyone’s socks off:

1.  Chocolate Covered Potato Chips

This new combination of salty and sweet brings together two snacks everyone loves; chips and dark chocolate! They’re dipped thick-­cut, rippled potato chips in a melt‐in­‐your­‐mouth chocolate for a purely decadent snack or dessert.


2.  Chocolate Covered S’mores

This milk chocolate confection has an extra treat: creamy caramel tops a marshmallow cloud for double the fun.



3.  Non-paraeills

Milk chocolate come alive with crunchy nonpareils for a sweet treat.

4. Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels

These Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels are soooo good!! Chewy vanilla caramels are dipped in  house-made dark chocolate then finished off with a sprinkle of sea salt to fulfill everyone’s salty-sweet cravings.


. . . . and finally . . . . double the deliciousness . . .

5.  Chocolate Covered Macadamia Nuts

Whole buttery macadamias are dolloped with creamy caramel and rich milk chocolate.
Which chocolate treasure would your child’s teacher prefer?
Tell me in the comments below
Love & Chocolate,
P.S.  My review of Asher’s Chocolate Covered Graham Crackers
Ashers Chocolate
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