Chocolate Wiimote to replace vegetables on food group pyramid

DigitalChocolates is selling a brick of white chocolate shaped like a Wii controller.

Chocolate 2.0 DigitalChocolates/Etsy.com

The days of losing weight with the Nintendo Wii are over. The culinary wizards over at DigitalChocolates are ushering in a new era of edible electronics, starting with a Wiimote made of pure white chocolate.

The candy bar looks to be an exact replica of a real Wii controller, but it's hard to tell if they carved out a choco-trigger on the bottom. I've never heard of the Merckens melting candy wafers that go into each bar, but apparently they taste like the "white from Hershey's cookies n' creme chocolate bars." Sounds good enough for me!

The Wiimotes are available on Etsy for $8 each. If you're not a Nintendo fan, DigitalChocolates sells a blue Sony PlayStation Controller made of chocolate as well.

More pics and a full ingredient list after the jump.


Ingredients: Sugar, fractionated palm kernel oil, nonfat dry milk, dry whole milk, glycerly-lacto esters of fatty acids, lecithin (an emulsifier), salt, and vanillin (an artificial flavor).

DigitalChocolates/Etsy.com
DigitalChocolates/Etsy.com

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