What Kind of Chocolate are You?

You’ve all seen those crazy Facebook quizzes, which Disney princess are you, which Greek goddess are you? what flavour smoothie are you? Well today I’m sharing what kind of chocolate I am.Β  Of course I’m never the same, but on Mondays I’m this kind of chocolate,


that’s scary, grumpy and menacing.

Thankfully on Friday, that’s tomorrowΒ I’m more like this,

Dark, mysterious and irresistible πŸ™‚
Tell me what kind of chocolate are you?


28 thoughts on “What Kind of Chocolate are You?

  1. I really don’t fit the kind of chocolate I eat….or I hope I don’t. I like the bitterness of the 80% pure chocolate. I rarely go below 70% chocolate. πŸ™‚ I adore your post.

      1. I stopped eating chocolate during my teens when zits tried to control my chin and forehead. Haven’t missed it or had a yen for it since then. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll have the odd piece of boxed chocolate if it’s offered and has nuts or caramel inside. Otherwise it doesn’t interest me. Same with cakes and cookies, and thank goodness or I wouldn’t fit through the door. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  2. First, I love the way your chocolateness changes through the week.

    Me? Bittersweet and luscious. With raisins, because everything’s better with some sweet chewy texture.

    Oh, and negative calories.

  3. Your illustrations of your chocolateness are great, as is the whole idea, and the mockery of quizzes (which of course I’m always tempted by.) Must admit I can’t imagine you grumpy.

    Sometimes I feel like chocolate that’s half-melted, half-unwrapped, and has spent a week busily collecting pocket fluff. Other times I feel mischievous, like a huge mug of drinking chocolate with a generous dollop of ΕΌoΕ‚Δ…dkowa gorzka z miΔ™tΔ…, consumed at breakfast.

    1. Nah, I can’t maintain grumpy to be honest, it’s jut the start of the working week isn’t much fun. I love chocolate but shouldn’t eat the low cocoa milky stuff and hot chocolate is heaven πŸ™‚

  4. Well, I rarely eat chocolate, but when I do it’s 70 – 85% … I have a great recipe for a dark chocolate cake made with ground almonds instead of flour, and I have reduced the amount of sugar to ensure a dark chocolate ‘hit’ – I’ll eat it with warm berries and a dollop of mascarpone cheese sometimes…

  5. I would like to think I am always the fudgy, dark and sensuous kind, but I think I might resemble that ogre (ss) on Mon mornings as well πŸ™‚

  6. I can’t do chocolate, haven’t done dor about eight years now. I love the stuff but it doesn’t like me. 😦
    However, I remember it well and still get cravings (strangely satisfied with beetroot), if I were to be a chocolate, I would be a white chocolate are. plain and firm on the outside but light and bubbly on the inside, and of course… a limited edition. πŸ˜€

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