Interesting question, and there are facts and figures on Chocolate that give some insight. Quality dark Chocolate contains healthy levels of magnesium, iron, and copper, for instance. However, Chocolate lovers don't care why, we just enjoy it. It's a food that is satisfying in small amounts as well as healthy. I highly recommend an ounce or two of dark Chocolate per day–nibbled on, not gulped down.
To me (and not from a scientific perspective), chocolates are first visually so pleasing - because it can be made into any shape and form; Easter eggs, delicate truffles, chocolate frogs! The flavor and texture of chocolate - it's creaminess, smoothness and sweetness can't be found in any other food that I know. My favourite is when chocolate slowly melts in my mouth (don't get me started on melted chocolate fondue) and I love how I can choose the many variety of chocolates I want depending on my mood.
The combination of cocoa and sugar is such a good match! This photo says it all!
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