Saturday, September 9, 2017

Welcome To The Dark (chocolate) Side

Well, not really dark chocolate even though that would be a cool variation to today's item, but today's item is simply a combo of Star Wars and milk chocolate. Who wouldn't dig that?!

Stars Wars Rogue One Finders Keepers is a chocolate egg and a surprise toy, something that's been a booming business for awhile now with a variety of popular shows and movies.

Let's take a glance at the box before we move onto the contents. You can find these at many places online and I assume stores nearby as well. They roughly cost $10+ each. I broke two for today's post.

Front View:

Back View:

Side View:

I thought at first glance that the surprise item was inside of the chocolate....

But, it's not. That was a bit of a letdown to be honest. However, it's still chocolate and Star Wars, a good combo in my opinion. 

When you open the box, you find an egg covered in Star Wars foil and a small capsule that encases a figure. I went for the chocolate egg first thing and it didn't taste too awful to me. I have seen some pretty bad reviews on the chocolate on Amazon with many one-star ratings for this product because of it. I guess it tastes like the toy. I get that it may and maybe a tweak with the product will help.

Here were the figures I found inside.

Box 1:

Box 2:

I think these were pretty fun to open. The cost is a bit high but with the name Star Wars I wouldn't expect any less. 

I do believe these would make for a fun stocking stuffer for the Star Wars fan in your life.  The element of surprise is the big catcher here. I think it would also be fun to chase down the set of figures as well.


  1. They do make chocolate eggs with a Star Wars toy inside them...but they aren't sold in the US because there's a law against them. (Food for kids with an object inside is considered a choking hazard.) Here's how they're sold here in Singapore.

    1. Cool. But, it makes sense why they don't sell them that way.

  2. Pretty decent detail on the Baze. Shame you didn't pull a Chirrut. The two of them would look cool displayed together.