Bakers Cut Into Edible Chocolate Geodes That Took 6 Months to Make

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With easter just around the corner it seems fitting that two students from the Culinary Institute of America, Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox, have been cooking up a viral storm recently with their creative chocolate geodes that take the idea of an easter egg to a whole new level of amazing with candy-filled insides that look exactly like glittering geodes.

The chocolate covered rock filled candies took around six months to complete and when cracked open look exactly like the amethysts that inspired them, but the coolest part is that they're totally edible.

Already a trending and popular topic on social media it's no surprise that these geode cakes are proving so popular, just look at them!

The chocolate geode project began in mid-2016.

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

These videos show students Alex Yeatts and Abby Lee Wilcox cracking open a geode 6 months on

Given that these amethysts are made from sugar its probably best you don't count the calories on this one...

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox

Alex Yeatts / Abby Lee Wilcox