Food & Drink

A Canadian museum wants you to make ‘chocolate poops’ for Valentine’s

Photo via Royal Alberta Museum

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, lovebirds everywhere are scrambling for those kind gestures that will be remembered fondly for years to come. On the other hand, some people might be trying to look outside the box, and things don’t get much more outside than chocolate poops.

The Royal Alberta Museum, located in Edmonton, released recipes for ‘chocolate poops’ earlier this week. Apparently, they believe this could be a new way to celebrate the big day. Although, they do mention that it’s ‘human nature to feel a bit grossed out by poop’. So, we’re kinda getting mixed signals here.

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Regardless, they’ve got a whopping 4 different chocolate poops for you to create. What’s more, they took the time to describe how to make the poops so that they’re as similar to what you’d find in the wild as they can be. It’s an in for a penny, in for a pound scenario.

But hey, maybe there’s an untapped market of Canadians looking to celebrate their big romantic day with a bouquet of pickles, or a box of chocolate poops. No judgement, but maybe disclose that on the first date.

To check out the Royal Alberta Museum’s recipes, just click here.