CHOCOLATE HORSES! (The kind you eat…)






In keeping with this holiday season… I received a flyer in the mail from Dark Horse Chocolates.  I thought about it and mused that although I didn’t wish to send chocolates to anyone, it was a great idea to emboss chocolate to look like a horse or horse tack.

But then I thought, are you choosing the shape or the taste?

Hmmmmm.

Probably a bit of both.

Then I decided to see what I could find under ‘Horse Chocolates’ on the Internet.  One simple Google search and I was inundated with edible chocolate horses!  So, I thought I would share with you!

HORSE CHOCOLATE!

I am listing them in no particular order… just the photos that caught my eye.  You can click each photo to go to whatever website is associated with the photos!

This is a sculpture... you wouldn't want to eat it.

This is a sculpture… you wouldn’t want to eat it.

I could not determine if this was real or Photoshopped.  Looks tasty!

I could not determine if this was real or Photoshopped. Looks tasty!

You can't order this.  It was a prize a few years ago.  Click image to learn more.

You can’t order this. It was a prize a few years ago. Click image to learn more.

These are Peanut Butter Ponies!  click to go to their page.

These are Peanut Butter Ponies! click to go to their page.

This one is called, "Derby Day"!

This one is called, “Derby Day”!

This one looks like they took a mold of a statue to make it.

This one looks like they took a mold of a statue to make it.

This one doesn't look really tasty but it does look very arty.

This one doesn’t look really tasty but it does look very arty.

I could eat these...

I could eat these…

These are cupcake toppers!

These are cupcake toppers!

Made in the UK.

And this one... from the UK, too.  Looks yummy!

And this one… from the UK, too. Looks yummy!

 

This mold is on sale for 50 cents!!!

This mold is on sale for 50 cents!!!  Click image!

Cookies!!

Cookies!!

Pretty cool cake!

Pretty cool cake!

What are those things by his feet?  Rock candy?

What are those things by his feet? Rock candy?

This is a small photos but it does look like a party is  happening around this horse head.

This is a small photos but it does look like a party is happening around this horse head.

These are 'cake pops'!  Cool!

These are ‘cake pops’! Cool!

A very different feel with this artist...

Another chocolate sculpture!

I remember these!!

I remember these!!

This one is made out of a NutterButter Peanut Cookie!

This one is made out of a NutterButter Peanut Cookie!

This is cheating... but it is kindof a chocolate horse...

This is cheating… but it is kindof a chocolate horse…

 

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4 comments have been posted...

  1. Seabiscute

    Dark Horse chocolates are really good, though! They have been around a while — they are a line from Harbor Sweets here in Massachusetts. One of the first high-quality mass-merchant chocolatiers, I believe. They are a very nice gift — I received some in a handsome wood jewelry box with the Stubbs painting of horses in pasture on the lid.

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