Gift Ideas for World Chocolate Day

What better way to celebrate International Chocolate Day than with some delectable treats and useful chocolate-making appliances?

Surprise the chocoholics in your life who are partial to rich and luxurious delights with something extravagant or an extra item to accompany the main present. Grab the nearest confectionary near you and discover my picks of the best gifts for chocolate lovers! 🍫

Life Ceramic Fondue Set

Are you planning on hosting a dinner party or romantic evening for two? Then this elegant ceramic fondue set is perfect for you.

It comes with one base, one white non-stick pot, four forks, and five tealights. The tealights help to keep the contents warm and create a cosy atmosphere. The pot holds a capacity of 1 litre and measures 15cm (H) and 20cm (D), the set has an overall weight of 2.2kg, meaning it is quite compact and can be easily stored.

Top off a delicious meal by making chocolate (or cheese) fondue as your dessert!

Price: Β£70.50 (Currently 8% off at the time of writing. Originally Β£76.80)

Vegan and Gluten-Free Chocolate Treats Hamper

Give the person (or group of people) you love a vegan-friendly chocolate hamper, filled with plant-based and dark tasty treats. It is completely free from dairy, gluten and soy.

This hamper contains:

  • Organic Drinking Chocolate with undertones of aromatic vanilla and sweetness (150g)
  • Large Coconut and Almond Chocolate Chip Cookies (x2)
  • Large Oat and Raisin Cookies (x2)
  • Heart-shaped Ginger Bread (x2)
  • Organic Coconut Blossom Sugar (150g)
  • Mini glass bottle of Winter Spice
  • Vegan Marshmallows

It is packed with dried flowers and welsh foliage and wrapped up with string for presentation. You can also add a personalised gift note up to 55 characters, free of charge.

Marvellous Superfood is a multi-award winning Welsh family business, specialising in high-quality, all-natural food, drink and superfood. It has received a dozen glowing, 5-star customer reviews and compliments.

Allergy warning: Contains nuts.

Price Range: Starts from Β£28.00

Recycled Chocolate Bar Wrapper Notebook

These spiral-bound notebooks are designed with recycled chocolate bar wrappers, making them ideal for a person with a sweet tooth and a favourite type of chocolate brand.

To make a notebook, LionshedDesigns (online shop) carefully cuts each wrapper, mounts them onto a card, and encapsulates it for added strength. The paper used is 100% recycled and free from optical brightening agents (OBA). Lastly, they are fitted with an elastic cord to keep them closed and in shape.

You can choose from a variety of designs such as Kinder, Reece’s Cups, Twirl, and more.

Size varies and is approx. 100 pages.

Price: Β£7.00

The Velvetiser Hot Chocolate Maker

Feel like an experienced barista with this chic and high-end hot chocolate machine! It is available in three attractive colours: Copper, Charcoal, and White.

Efficient and easy to use, just plug in the Velvetiser, choose your chocolate powder and milk – dairy or plant-based, or even water if you prefer – and press the button. Done! Included with the Velvetiser are two ceramic Podcups worth Β£20 and 1-year full parts and labour guarantee.

It measures to 21.80cm x 11.90cm x 20.20cm, weighing at 1,157g and has a bottle size of 200ml. Cleaning is effortless with the removable whisk and non-stick coating, simply rinse out with cold water as it is not dishwasher safe.

Price: Β£99.95

Godiva Milk Chocolate Truffles (10pc)

What better way to celebrate International Chocolate Day than with some mouth-watering chocolate truffles?

Founded nearly a century ago, Godiva is one of the most well-known chocolate makers in the world – it is both rich in taste and rich in history. Every bite of Godiva chocolate bursts with quality, Belgian craftsmanship and wonderful ingredients.

This box contains 10 delicious Truffe Traditionnelle, making it the perfect gift or something to enjoy yourself in front of the TV.

Price: Β£15.00

I hope you enjoyed this blog post and found these ideas useful to you ❀ Have you been looking forward to World Chocolate Day? πŸ˜‹ If either has piqued your interest or you have further ideas, feel free to leave a comment below. Thank you for reading!

22 thoughts on “Gift Ideas for World Chocolate Day

    • I know, it came by so fast πŸ˜‚ I like the recycled wrapper notebooks too, it is a great way of recycling chocolate wrappers – I’ve ordered a few for my friends πŸ˜‹ Thank you for reading this post and for your comment πŸ’— I really appreciate it!

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    • Hi Lorne! Thank you for reading this post and for your comment πŸ€— it means a lot. I never would have known myself if I hadn’t come across it – it was a pleasant surprise! πŸ˜‹ Oh, I just looked up The Chocolate Line! It looks amazing, what a great place to spend the day 😍 I had the pleasure of visiting Bruges a few years ago, but sadly missed The Chocolate Line. It is certainly on my “must-visit” list for when I go again πŸ’• Hope you enjoyed your visit! May you have a wonderful week 🀩✨

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  1. Oooo yes, this is my kind of post! Forget the romantic evening for two though, a fondue is all for meeeeeee πŸ˜‚ It’s the one benefit to being single, that you can eat all the chocolate & not have to share.

    I’ve seen that Velvetiser hot choccy maker in Hotel Chocolat and it’s very tempting, isn’t it? Too pricey for me but I bet it’d be worth every penny.

    Mmm nom nom. This has made me very hungry!

    I’ve got a special place in my heart for Lindt Lindor, but I love most things chocolatey (as long as there’s no mint or orange, that stuff is the Devil’s work). Maltesers, Galaxy minstrels, milkshakes, hot chocolate, choc chip cookies. What’s your favourite chocolate treat lovely?

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    • Hi Caz! β™‘

      Oh yes, that is a fully acceptable option – keep the chocolatey goodness of a fondue for yourself! I say that it is a tempting thought πŸ˜‚πŸ€© you got the right idea, more for you to enjoy πŸ˜‰

      I would love to get a Velvetiser hot choccy maker one day. Reviews say there is nothing better. I’ll have to save up a bit for it, but think it would be worth it, especially during cold winter nights πŸ˜‹

      There is a Lindt Lindor chocolate shop in London and shares every flavour imaginable, it is one of my favourite places to go πŸ˜„ I am not a fan of mint or orange either – but maybe my taste buds will change in the future. You have listed some great chocolate treats! My tummy is rumbling just from reading it! I like Lindt Lindor (duh!), KitKat, Ferrero Roche, Snickers, Oreo, and anything with chocolate chips.

      Hope you are well, lovely πŸ’• Thank you for reading this post and for your comment. I always love replying to your messages!

      Have a great week! ✨

      Genevieve

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    • Hi Shelly DS! β™₯ Thank you for reading this post and for your comment 😊 I hope your husband was thrilled to learn that it was World Chocolate Day πŸ˜‚ it calls for a celebration. I plan to go all out next year! I hope you are well and having a lovely week πŸ’—πŸ€©βœ¨

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    • Hi clcouch123! It is certainly a day to commemorate 🀩 a day dedicated to appreciating everything chocolate-based and make your taste-buds tingle πŸ˜‹ Ahh! I’m happy to hear that you like the notebook and truffles idea πŸ’— Thank you for reading this post and for your comment, I really appreciate it!

      I’m doing good, thank you and I hope you are well too. May you have a wonderful week! πŸ€—βœ¨

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