Not sure how to treat the special person in your life who has a daily chocolate requirement? We pulled together a list of different gifts ranging from traditional hot chocolate kits to cookbooks that will take their decadent favorite to a whole new level.

1. Hot Chocolate on a Stick Kit; $36

Check out these different flavors of hot chocolate on a stick.UncommonGoods

Throw out those envelopes of store-bought hot cocoa mix and reach for this kit, instead. Rather than traditional powder, inside you’ll find eight different chocolate sticks with flavors like peanut butter cup, peppermint, and salted caramel. All your giftee needs to do is steam some milk, stir in their preferred flavor, and enjoy the sweet, warm goodness.

Buy it: UncommonGoods

2. Anova Culinary Bluetooth Precision Cooker; $178

This device can make anyone a chocolate chef. Anova Culinary/Amazon

Even a budding chocolatier knows that the secret to the right chocolate texture is finding the perfect temperature. Eliminate the guesswork with this immersion circulator that promises to bring the professional sous vide technique to the home cook. And your giftee won't even have to stay in the kitchen to reap the benefits. The tool's iPhone and Android apps allow users to control the temperature and time from afar.

Buy it: Amazon

3. Hazelnut Chocolate Cream by Francois Pralus; $20

This spread might even rival Nutella. Francois Pralus

Think Nutella can't be topped? Meet your chocolate lover's new main squeeze. This hazelnut cream from master chocolatier François Pralus packs toasted Piedmont hazelnuts, Valencia almonds, chocolate, sugar, and vanilla into one sinful spread.

Buy it: Walmart

4. Chocolate Dipping Tools; $16

Make sure your giftee can dip all the food they want in chocolate with these tongs. Ateco/Amazon

If the cocoa fan in your life loves food dipped in chocolate—and who doesn’t—then make sure they have the proper tools to do so. Class up their collection with this set of three chocolate-dipping tools that includes a swirl, a three-tine fork, and a two-tine fork.

Buy it: Amazon

5. Mystery Chocolate Box Subscription; $57–$205

With this subscription, they'll get three new mystery chocolate bars each month. Mystery Chocolate

With this subscription box, your giftee will receive three mystery chocolate bars each month, and since they’re not labeled, they’ll have no choice but to sample each one to figure out what they are. You have the option of selecting a three-month, six-month, and full year subscription.

Buy it: Mystery Chocolate Box

6. Chocolate Fondue; $20

All you need to make this chocolate fondue is a microwave. UncommonGoods

Chocolate fondue is great. But fondue without the added work of setting up the pot and painstakingly melting chocolate? That’s even better. With this kit, all your recipient needs to do is pop one of the flavors—including dark chocolate mixed with espresso, raspberry, and French sea salt—in the microwave to enjoy an excellent dessert without the hassle.

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7. Make Your Own Chocolate Truffles Kit; $35

This kit lets you make all kinds of truffles. UncommonGoods

This kit is easy to use and completely customizable, so even if someone has never made chocolate before, they can experiment with all sorts of flavors and combinations without any prior experience as a confectioner. Inside the kit is a thermometer, two bags of dark chocolate chips, organic cocoa powder, organic coconut flakes, sea salt, peppermint extract, and vanilla extract.

Buy it: UncommonGoods

8. Traditional Mexican Hot Chocolate Set; $34–$50

This kit comes with a hand-carved whisk.UncommonGoods

Now, your giftee can travel back to hot chocolate’s roots with this traditional Mexican hot chocolate set, which comes with a red clay jug, a hand-carved whisk, and tablets of Mexican chocolate.

Buy it: UncommonGoods

9. Box of Chocolate Soaps; $30

What could be better than smelling like Amber Chocolate, Chocolate Bar, or Fudge Brownie and Raspberry Drizzle?UncommonGoods

The magic of chocolate goes beyond the kitchen. Help your favorite chocoholic start their day off right—with the smell of warm chocolate. Each of the soaps, which include Amber Chocolate, Chocolate Bar, Fudge Brownie and Raspberry Drizzle, are made from olive oil, coconut, refined sweet almond oil, fragrance, shea butter, and cocoa butter.

Buy it: UncommonGoods

10. Chocolate Fondue Pot; $30

This pot can hold up to six cups of chocolate. Nostalgia/Amazon

With the ability to make six cups of melted chocolate, this fondue pot will satisfy even the most avid cocoa consumers. And with the included six color-coded forks, there’s enough for everyone to share. Of course, they can also use the pot to make cheese fondue, and since all the detachable parts are dishwasher safe, they can clean up without the hassle.

Buy it: Amazon

11. Everything Chocolate: A Decadent Collection of Morning Pastries, Nostalgic Sweets, and Showstopping Desserts; $23

This cookbook has over 200 recipes.America's Test Kitchen/Amazon

From America’s Test Kitchen comes the ultimate chocolate cookbook. From chocolate fluff cookies to chocolate pavlova with berries, this cookbook contains more than 200 recipes and different tips and tricks to give the user the ability to enjoy their favorite treat in a variety of forms.

Buy it: Amazon

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