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This Chocolate Geode Took Months to Crystallize and Form

 - Mar 31, 2017
References: instagram & incrediblethings
Persons with a sweet tooth for dessert chocolates will be interested in the Chocolate Geode that is crafted to look just like the natural rock formation. Created by student Alex Yeatts at the Culinary Institute of America, the Chocolate Geodes consist of chocolate eggs that have been filled with concentrated syrup in order to grow edible crystals within the design. Each of the rock geode dessert chocolates took months to form with Yeatts and his peers unsure what the final results would actually be like.

The Chocolate Geodes were showcased on Yeatts' Instagram account where the culinary student revealed the stunning results of the tasty project. Looking just like real geodes, the Chocolate Geodes almost look too good to eat.