Stackable, Edible Chocolate LEGOs

The Japanese came up with another winning idea. This time, artist and designer Akihiro Mizuuchi combined LEGOs and chocolate and made a deliciously edible LEGOs set. Each piece comes in white, dark, pink and milk chocolate. Stack them up like normal LEGOs. Make a LEGO burrito and then eat. The possibilities are endless.

Jar Pies

Sometimes there’s no time to finish a whole pie, yet your stomach screams for “PIEEEE!!!” Grab one of these flavored Jar Pies ($6) made by Jam Jar Bakery. Each jar gives you all the benefits of a single serving of a slice of pie, including flavor, nutrition, sugar rushes and PIEEEEE!!!. Select from six flavors including pecan, apple and lemon lust.

Gourmet Jello Shots

Now’s the chance to up that jello shot game. Do away with simple orange-flavored shots and replace them with these gourmet jello shots. Michelle Palm runs the Jelly Shot Test Kitchen website and wrote Jelly Shot Test Kitchen: Jell-Ing Classic Cocktails—One Drink At A Time ($12). Seventy five recipes to take shots from the frat house to the penthouse.

When you visit her website, tape a cup to your chin. It’s the best way to catch all the drool from looking at the most amazing array of liquor and gelatin mixed together. It’s jello shot porn.

Ravenswood Winery Chili Sauce By Jojo’s Sriracha

Sriracha has made its way from simple condiment to gourmet food. Now, Ravenswood Winery teams up with jojo’s Sriracha for special, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah chili sauces flavored with sriracha. Each flavor comes in a 6.4 ounce jar. Don’t know what’ll hit first, the sweet intoxication of wine or the spicy thrill of sriracha. Get ‘em here.

Chocolate-Covered Edible Bugs Gift Pack

Better get used to eating bugs now, because in the future, meat prices will increase drastically with sustainability issues and what-not. Let the Chocolate-Covered Edible Bugs Gift Pack ($20) get you on the road to protein alternatives. Choose from an assortment of scorpions, superworms and silkworms. Mmm mmm! Just like Grandma didn’t use to make. Check out the ingredients: bug, sugar, vegetable fat, cocoa powder, emulsifier, and vanillin. They put ‘bug’ as the #1 ingredient, so you can feel satisfied knowing that the manufacturers aren’t skimping on delicious insects.

Spreadable Beer: The World Is Now Complete

Cream cheese. Boring. Butter. Fattening AND boring. Peanut butter. What? Double boring. No, spread something really exciting on crackers and toast. Beer. That’s right, they’ve made Spreadable Beer ($17) now. Hell, don’t even spread the stuff. Just keep a bottle at the office and swish your tongue inside every few hours. Who says every hour can’t be happy hour?

Viveltre Marshmallows

If you have Kraft marshmallows, dump them. Now. We’ll wait. Ready? Good because there are way better marshmallows out there. Take Viveltre Marshmallows. 100% all-natural, all-organic, handcrafted and probably taste like fluffy squares of heaven. They make their marshmallows daily from a secret family recipe. Choose from flavors like salted caramel, Nutella or Maker’s Mark bourbon. We wish we had a box right now. *stares at desk for 10 minutes* No, still not here. In any case, explore the world of gourmet marshmallows with Viveltre. One thing they don’t have yet: 24-karat gold marshmallows.

Gold Champagne Marshmallows

“There’s gold in dem hills!” That set off a stampede of miners to break their backs and sift for those precious nuggets. And now…we eat them. How times have changed. “There’s gold in dem..marshmallows?” Oh how puzzled those miners would be.

Wondermade, makers of gourmet marshmallows such as fancy bourbon marshmallows, now bring you Gold Champagne Marshmallows ($24). They take champagne-flavored marshmallows and then dip them into 24 karat gold. Wow, that’s pretty tasty and decadent. Decadently tasty if you will. Perhaps we should trade gold reserves for marshmallow reserves. The world would be a much better place.