Indeed, the container holding this candy is edible. Dave Hax created the vessel out of chocolate and fitted it with the label and lid from a conventional bottle for added realism.

The creation of the “Chocolate Milk Bottle Surprise” is chronicled in the video below, and will no doubt be used in place of conventional pinatas at many a party to come.

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Those who partake in giant jawbreakers will tell you that conquering the candy is a time consuming process – that is unless you decide to melt it with a blowtorch.

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That’s exactly what YouTuber “Let’s Melt This” did, and the results are like watching Toht’s face melt off in Raiders.

Watch it below.

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The latest Franken-candy to emerge from The Food Surgeon’s operating room is a Milky Way bar with peanut implantation and a liquid chocolate exoskeletal cast.

Clearly this Milky Way has some form of body dysmorphia.

Watch the operation below.

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The Food Surgeon has performed a blasphemous Easter-themed operation that sees the goo from a Cadbury Creme Egg implanted inside a marshmallow Peep chick.

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The result is an interesting concept candy that would likely discourage anyone from trying microwave experiments… unless they happen to have a serious love of scrubbing.

Watch it below.

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Imagine it: an Eggspresso paired with toast slathered in Creme Egg Cashew Nut Butter.

I couldn’t handle it.

However, I’ll admit that the Eggspresso (espresso shots served in hollow chocolate eggs) does look pretty fantastic. The drink has become popular in Australia and is available in select coffee shops around the globe.

Behold it’s magnificence in the video below.

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Just in time for spring, everyone’s favorite crime lord has returned from his gross, slimy deathbed in the form of an adorable marshmallow treat. Jenn Fujikawa managed to turn the repulsive outer rim slug into an adorable, edible treat that fits in perfectly at a galactic tea party.

The recipe requires:

1 cup green sanding sugar
yellow icing
brown icing

1 envelope unflavored gelatin
⅓ cup water
1 cup sugar
¼ cup water
½ teaspoon vanilla

Get the full how-to on these sinister treats at


If you were at all doubtful of their intentions to take over the world, I can assure you that Mars is a danger to the planet as evidenced by the invasion of new Twix, Bounty, and Malteser’s Teasers spreadables.

Because Nutella and Hershey’s weren’t already killing our waistlines with heavenly goodness. And let’s not forget this.

One down side, they’re only available in the UK. But they make planes, so there ya go!

Check out another pic below.

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Britain has created a handmade dark chocolate teapot that can be used to create fondue or “a thick hot chocolate drink when filled with hot water and cocoa powder”.

Weighing in at 600g (empty) and sporting a gloss finish, the chocolate teapot is currently available for pre-order with an expected release later this month. However, since it’s only available in the UK, we’ll have to hope that someone in the states draws some inspiration and creates a chocolate coffeepot.

Product Page: (£24.99 or about $35.38 via Mashable)


After successfully transplanting Oreo creme into a Reese’s cup, The food surgeon has returned to perform a “Spinal Kit Kat Implantation in a 3 Musketeers”.

The motivation may be to create new super candy that the world has never thought of before, but whatever the case, you’ll likely ask yourself why the hell you’re watching the video—and why you can’t turn away.

Check it out below.

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They did it. Those fools actually went and did it.

Liverpool-based spread enthusiasts Funky Nut took regular ol’ cashew nut butter one step further by throwing a Cadbury Creme Egg into the mix. The result is a cashew nut butter with a “thick and gooey texture” that also contains chunks of Creme Egg.

It’s delicious, we’re told. Well, of course it is. How could it be anything else? In fact, Funky Nut claim it’s better than Nutella, which is a pretty bloody bold claim if you don’t mind my saying so. But it could be! And, if that assertion is indeed true, we may all be doomed.

It’s available to buy on their website for £8 (roughly $11 US) and yes, they do ship internationally.

(via Mashable)