Behold: Sliced Chocolate, the Kraft Singles of the Confectionary World

If you've ever looked at a piece of toast and thought, "This is all right and all, but it could use some chocolate," you're in luck. A Japanese confectionary brand, Bourbon, is now selling malleable, individually wrapped slices of milk chocolate perfect for topping carb-y breakfast delights and desserts alike. Made with "nama" chocolate, a fudgy, soft combination of chocolate and cream, the chocolate slices appear to be similar in texture to firm, chilled ganache, like the center of a ganache truffle or, less appealingly, like the "cheese product" in Kraft Singles. Available in Japanese supermarkets as well as online for ¥3,240, or about $27 for 12 packages of five slices, it's the confection you definitely didn't know you needed but just might love. Keep reading to see Bourbon's suggested uses for this novel sweet.

Melted Atop Pancakes
Bourbon

Melted Atop Pancakes

Rolled Up in a Banana Crepe
Bourbon

Rolled Up in a Banana Crepe

Stamped Out With Cookie Cutters For Decorating Chocolate-Cracker Sandwiches
Bourbon

Stamped Out With Cookie Cutters For Decorating Chocolate-Cracker Sandwiches

Shaped Into Chocolate Roses
Bourbon

Shaped Into Chocolate Roses

Melted Atop Banana-Almond Toast
Bourbon

Melted Atop Banana-Almond Toast

Stamped and Wrapped Around a Chocolate-Banana Confection
Bourbon

Stamped and Wrapped Around a Chocolate-Banana Confection

The Packaging
Bourbon

The Packaging