For those instances when teddy bears and flowers just won’t do, this out-of-the-box Valentine’s Day gift is just the thing you need. Thanks to an Etsy shop, you can now buy a Playstation controller made entirely out of chocolate for the ultimate gamer in your life.
The edible controller can be yours starting at $14 and you can choose between white chocolate, dark chocolate and milk chocolate. Every controller is made to order and comes in a clear box complete with a bow tied on top, according to the ChocolatesUnlimited product page.
So, all you’ll have to add is a nice card and voila! Valentine’s Day gift-shopping is done. Then again, considering how lifelike these look, you might even be able to skip the card.
If your beloved isn’t much of a video game fan, there are plenty of other novelty chocolate items available on Etsy, such as this all-chocolate “cheese board,” adorable chocolate robots or retro chocolate vinyl records and cassette tapes. Or perhaps a box of chocolate dumbbells would be just the thing for a fitness buff with a sweet tooth.
Mainstream retailers are getting in on the chocolatey fun, too. Godiva has a box of cupcake-inspired chocolates, while Walmart is selling bouquets made entirely of Reese’s cups for $44.99 that will surely please peanut butter and chocolate enthusiasts. Who needs flowers when they could have bouquets filled with Reese’s cups instead?
And if candy isn’t your Valentine’s thing, there’s another option that’s equally delicious: donut bouquets. Thanks to Harry & David, donut bouquets exist, and they’re just what you’d imagine them to be: adorable donuts all tied up and arranged to look like a bouquet of flowers.
These will run you $49.99, but they’re totally worth it:
If your love prefers savory over sweet, Chick-Fil-A is selling heart-shaped tins filled with a 30-count of Chick-fil-A nuggets or a 10-count of Chick-fil-A minis. It’s a truly deliciously filling spin on the typical heart-shaped box of chocolates.
Whether your special someone is a gamer, a lover of fried chicken or both, these unique gifts will help you get them what they’re really craving this Feb. 14.
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.