Cioccolato, Chocolat, Schokolade of Europe

I’m a chocoholic. I’ll admit it. If I could eat chocolate with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, I would. I’ve loved chocolate for as long as I can remember.

chocolate-italy-250-x-239 chocolate-greece-250-x-136
Italian and Greek chocolates

These days, I actually prefer dark chocolate to milk chocolate. Tastes better to me, and apparently has some health benefits. Strangely, though, I’m not a fan of white chocolate.

chocolate-iceland-174-x-250 chocolate-new-zealand-115-x-250
Icelandic and New Zealand chocolates

I like certain combinations of chocolate…chocolate with banana, chocolate with raspberry. My ultimate favorite combo is chocolate with peanut butter!

chocolate-finland-250-x-245 chocolate-latvia-116-x-250
Finnish and Latvian chocolates

Not only do I indulge in chocolate regularly at home, but I also make it a point to try chocolate in every country that I am traveling in. Chocolate that is locally made!

chocolate-germany-143-x-250 chocolate-lithuania-250-x-249
German and Lithuanian chocolates

I have found great chocolate in every country. Of course, there is the infamous Belgian and Swiss chocolates that I have sampled.

chocolate-belgium-250-x-152 chocolate-switzerland-138-x-250
Belgian and Swiss chocolates

Gelato in Italy became an addiction! In Vienna, I ate a piece of the Sacher Torte in the café that it originated from.

chocolate-austria-189-x-250

Chocolate museums make for some fun and interesting facts about chocolate. Not to mention the free samples!

chocolate-belgium-museum-238-x-250

To prove that I have indulged, I usually keep the wrappers from the chocolates so that I can put them in my scrapbooks, which I share with you in this blog.

chocolate-ecuador-250-x-172chocolate-russia-150-x-250
Ecuadorian and Russian chocolate (the Russian chocolate was given to me by one of my sisters who went – she knew I would like it!)

As I always say at the end of my blogs, and especially at the end of this one,

Sweet Travels!

All chocolates eaten by Debby

The Windows of Porvoo
Churches in Europe: Ripetto, Silenzio, Preghiera

5 Replies to “Cioccolato, Chocolat, Schokolade of Europe”

  1. We must be sisters! Trying mixing a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa in some non-fat greek yogurt with some frozen blueberries. My new obsession!

  2. Pingback: Security Alert: Swiss Army Pocketknives are Not Allowed - Tea, Sugar, a Dream

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*