[FHCx45] National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day

Valentine’s greetings to you all! But, more importantly,


Whose idea was it to insert cow-secretion byproduct into chocolate? Probably the French. For that, we thank them.

Godiva has a monthly free chocolate thing if you join their (also free) rewards program. Once a month, on some weekend when we’re walking around in the mall (which is basically all weekends), we’ll roll up to Godiva and split one of their decadent truffles between the two of us. Since this is a pretty regular thing, we thought it would be cool to try something else on this Cream-Filled Chocolates Day. Plus, if we want to be purists about this, none of Godiva’s chocolates are filled with “basic” cream filling.

While at the grocery store, we saw a man with a chef hat and a chocolate fountain. He had our attention. Turns out he’s the owner of a local confectionery company called Creative Confectionaire, and he was giving out *gaaaaaaaaaasp* SAMPLES! Even though we had already decided against Godiva truffles, we got some of his. Local stuff is cool.

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In a cute little heart box, no less. The pack of 4 was on sale! One is missing because we ate it.

On to the main event. Some would say we cheated on this one because it is “chocolate” rather than “chocolates” but WHATEVER. Also at the grocery store, we spotted this beauty. She called to us from the case. She said… “Lo, I am filled with cream!”

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We heeded the call. Plus, there were heart sprinkles, and we are consumer whores.


You might have a couple questions. One question may be, “did you share that cupcake?” and the answer is yes. We also shared the truffles. The other answer to the question you’re not actually asking is “Yes, we ate a cupcake and chocolate truffles for breakfast.”

We forgot to add weigh-in day stuff to yesterday’s post, so here it is:


SP: -0.4 pounds, total lost: 89.8

AK: -0.4 pounds, total lost: 25.8


Tomorrow is National Gumdrop Day. Goody!







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