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Have you always dreamed of entering a chocolate factory like the lucky little Charlie did? Well, I was lucky enough to do this recently when I was invited to the factory where Iceland makes their desserts. And admittedly, yes, there were a lot less perennial gobstoppers and rivers of chocolate (plus there wasn’t a single spoiled blueberry-shaped kid in sight anywhere), it was still quite an experience. magical. And how could it not be so when there are vats of melted Toblerones on every corner?

After donning another super glamorous hairnet, a chocolate splashed lab coat, and a pair of white faux fangs, I learned step by step how to make the Giant Icelandic Chocolate Bar, which is an unbeatable combination of colors. ‘a brownie base, a soft peanut center, and a milk chocolate mousse; all coated in creamy milk chocolate.

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In the factory, which makes 30,000 a day (including, along with the giant chocolate bar, a Toblerone cheesecake, and a number of other sweet treats), I took lessons in how to spread it out. expertly peanut caramel, perfectly positioning the brownie base as well as the chocolate. ripple. But by far the hardest part was getting the finished product into the box, which is about 1mm larger than the product itself. Oh, and did I mention you had to do it while it was spinning past you at breakneck speed?

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