Chocolate is truly happiness in an edible form. Don’t you agree? Be it in any form- gooey and melted, as a bar, stuffed in a dessert or mixed with nuts, it is simply irresistible. While a simple bar of chocolate can make my day no matter where I am, I wouldn’t mind a rich and unique chocolate dessert ever. We can always indulge in a chocolate pastry, brownie or ice cream, but chefs all across the world are constantly experimenting with the sweet treat to innovate and we are all about it. For instance, did you know that recently a pastry chef and chocolatier made a whole rocket ship out of chocolates?! Yes, you read that absolutely right. Well, this certainly doesn't sound like an easy task, but it is also not impossible as Chef Amaury Guichon actually completed the challenging task. Known for his one-of-a-kind chocolate creations, chef Guichon has amazed people on the internet with his abilities and work precision in the past as well. So when he made a rocket ship out of chocolate, it was bound to be the talk of the town, or web. He took to Instagram to share the making of this chocolate rocket ship.

In the video, first, the chef melts tons of chocolate in a tray. Once the chocolate is set, he gives it an elongated horn-like shape, which is then then attached this to a circular chocolate base. For more realistic touch, the chef also adds chocolate 'bubbles' on the base to make it look like the smoke from the rocket. He then paints the entire structure with white edible paint. Lastly, he prepares the rocket using different techniques and measurements, taken with utmost precision. Once everything is ready, he adds the required colours and assembles the structure. Take a look at the video here:


Isn’t it astounding? The video has garnered over 3 million views, more than 330k likes, and thousands of comments of appreciation, in just one day. One person said, "This is a masterpiece! You deserve a whole museum for your art!" Another user even commented, "Modern Willy Wonka is what he should be called." While most of the comments were words of appreciation, calling his work "amazing." One user had a concerning questions for the chef as well.  "I know you are the God of chocolate and you can bend it to your will, but I have to know how often do things break? Does it ever just crash and burn?" the comment read. 

What do you think about this chocolate rocket creation? Let us know.