Made without artificial dyes, these tasty disks get their beautiful, muted coloring from natural sources like beet juice, turmeric, and purple cabbage.To buy: $1.25 for a 1.5-ounce bag, at supermarkets.
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Crispy kettle-cooked potato chips and rich Venezuelan chocolate come together perfectly in a salty-sweet delight.To buy: $6 for a 2.8-ounce bar, chuaochocolatier.com.
Flavorful cocoa nibs (partially ground cocoa beans) add extra crunch and depth to a dark, slightly fruity bar. Bonus: A portion of the proceeds go to support cocoa farmers in Eastern Congo.To buy: $5 for a 3-ounce bar, at theochocolate.com.
More like slabs of chocolate-dipped fudge than truffles, these supersize bonbons (2 ounces each!) come in eight addictive flavors, including caramel, walnut, and sea salt.To buy: $31 for an 8-piece box, johnkellychocolates.com.
Who needs milk and cookies? Made with hefty chunks of graham crackers and smooth milk chocolate, this charming pick raises the bar on kid-friendly desserts.To buy: $4 for a 2.75-ounce bar, at specialty and natural food stores.
A brilliant change of pace from the ho-hum peanut morsel: Picture fresh-roasted pistachios dipped in a crunchy toffee shell, and then finished with a cloak of velvety milk chocolate.To buy: $5 for a 4.5-ounce bag, marich.com.
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