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Create a Chocolate Bar Gift with Yucoco

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In case you wasn’t aware, Christmas is coming. I shit you not. We’re just a matter of weeks away from one of the most biggest celebrations of the year.

Sometimes buying gifts can be difficult. All those secret Santas between work colleagues who you have no idea what they would want, your nieces and nephews you only see a few times a year, something a little personal to a friend or parent.

Yucoco sell chocolate bars that you can customise yourself. You do so by picking the type of chocolate, then adding various toppings. The more toppings you add on, the most the bar costs, but most of them come under £10.

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There are so many toppings to choose from – fruit, nuts, sweets, christmas related shapes and even little fried egg sweets!

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The site is easy to use, you simply click through the options and then at the end, you can write a personalised message to be printed on the bar and name the bar itself.

Yucoco gave me the chance to make my own bar. I wasn’t feeling very creative at the time, so called mine ‘The Christmas Bar’.

Here’s how it turned out!

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This is a perfect gift for a chocolate lover, someone you have to buy for but you’re not overly sure what to get them, or a little extra stocking filler. Woo!

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