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The Ragged Coast Frogletiers - Dark Chocolate Frogs

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All for one! One for all! However you share (or not share) these pure dark chocolate frogs, one bite will make you want to swashbuckle through your day. A treat that’s just big enough to accompany a mug of coffee, a glass of wine, or an ale with comrades at the local tavern. And no matter your swagger, these critters are vegan. 

Our Frogletiers are carefully packed into recyclable PET boxes. Choose between orange, green, and blue.  24 dark chocolate frogs to a package.

Dairy-free. Vegan. Gluten-free.

These treats are not certified Kosher for Passover.

This product contains soy.

Ingredients: Single Origin Ecuadorian Bittersweet Chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, natural vanilla), Cocoa Butter, FD&C Dyes.

Allergens: Contains soy.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews


Dibbie Appleton
Go Eat a Frog!

A friend who likes good chocolates, gave me a box of green "frogletiers"
for Christmas. Alas, they are all gone now. I tried to make them last
but they are too good to hoard. These are wonderful 'ribbetly' good dark chocolates
and now I have to find your store to get some more!

Susan W.

I am now spoiled for any other chocolate!

Lynne H.
These are a great favorite

These are a great favorite with the entire family.

Robert R.
frogs again!

This is not my first time ordering Black Dinah frogs....they are delicious, funny, and beautifully made!

A lighthouse and adjacent building shrouded in mist along a rocky coastline.

Taste The Difference

Farm-Fresh Ingredients

We make all our confections with the finest, freshest ingredients from family-owned farms and local gardens right here in Maine and nearby New England states. And we love using exotic ingredients from the tiny, far-off corners of the world, scouring from small, family farms so our dollars directly benefit other local communities as often and as much as possible.


A team effort

We use single-origin chocolates from producers in Latin America who treat the growers, harvesters, and flora and fauna on their lands with respect. Not only do they produce some of the best chocolate in the world, they create alliances with local producers, promote the preservation of innovative techniques, and develop sustainable production practices to last for years to come.

From our kitchen to yours

Kate Shaffer, artistic director and founder of Ragged Coast Chocolates, started making exquisite confections in her tiny, home kitchen on Isle Au Haut, Maine eight years ago. From truffles and caramels to cookbooks and baking mixes, Kate and her husband Steve have grown the company far beyond its modest start into an award-winning and nationally-recognized purveyor of the finest chocolates in the world.




These are by far the best chocolates I have ever eaten. I also ordered two boxes for a friend and she agrees that they are the best.

Kathie D.


Amazing chocolates that always delight the people I want to delight the most!

Alison H.


Excellent service and chocolates. Really can’t go wrong with anything they sell.

David M.

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