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Do you keep your chocolate in the freezer or at room temperature

Do you keep your chocolate in the freezer

  • Yes

    Votes: 22 32.8%
  • no

    Votes: 40 59.7%
  • I don't eat chocolate because I am stupid

    Votes: 5 7.5%

  • Total voters

Dark Star

I like putting my Halloween chocolates in the fridge. Like crunch bars and Reese’s. They’re nice when cold.

Freezing seems odd

Room temp is … normal


Autumn, Winter, Spring -> Room temperature
Summer -> Fridge

Except those


This, in the freezer


The idea that I’d ever have enough chocolate in my house that I needed to keep some in the freezer to keep it fresh is kind of insane to me. How much chocolate are you guys eating?
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Gold Member
I like to leave it out on the counter in a metal bowl with the sun liquifying it and throw some ice cream in there. The rest is stored at room temperature.
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Gold Member
Usually the fridge, but chocolate definitely has to be cold. Warm chocolate is a disappointing mess.

For those that don't know, the chocolate doesn't freeze. It's more like cold+, so if you like fridge chocolate you'll like freezer chocolate.


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Refrigerating chocolate changes its texture and is generally not recommended. Freezing chocolate? I don't understand :D

Of course if it is the American tastes-like-vomit brand of chocolate I guess making it colder makes it less nasty?
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Mr Reasonable

Completely Unreasonable
I thought I was the only one who knew about the joy of freezer chocolate.

I don't do it all the time however.


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My friend keeps all chocolate in the fridge at all times. I guess I would on a really hot day but seeing as I live in the UK those days seem to be once a millennium.


Cheeks Spread for Digital Only Future
Room temperature (air conditioned room temp though so no melting). Except thin mints they sometimes go in the freezer, but they only have a tiny amount of chocolate.


Only in hot weather to stop it melting otherwise room temp, it depends where u live and the climate you live in i suppose, although and how good your teeth are with cold hard chocolate lol, i do like it though.


Room temperature

It just tastes bad after been frozen, same goes for most types of fruit
Some people prefer a more harder texture to chew and that's why they put fruit in the fridge (other than liking cold fruit).
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Gold Member
A few things always in the fridge (lol at freezer). Example being mint girl scout cookies.

Otherwise room temp except in the summer.
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