A romantic, homemade and tech-savvy way to say, "I love you."

A user called Decocookie on YouTube has created an instructional video to show you step-by-step on how to create a large QR code made entirely of chocolate. The user first melts the black and white chocolates separately, before letting them set and then cuts them up into smaller cubes. By meticulously arranging the cubes with tweezers into a QR code, the receiver can then scan it using a barcode reader. The QR code in this case simply says, “I love you.”

If you're looking for a much easier way to generate a QR code, you can use online tools like Kaywa that we featured on PSFK previously. However, if you want to put in some more effort and show off your cooking and tech skills, then click on the video below to learn how.

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