This is for the members that have a bit of a sweet tooth.
Recently I had bought myself two king size chocolate bars. To be exact they were Hershey's milk chocolate with almonds. I bought two for the planned out reason of having one right away, and having the other later on.
Sadly the one I saved for later ended up being forgotten and was left in the truck on a sunny day. Many of us know what happens inside a truck on a sunny day, and the result of having a chocolate bar sitting inside the truck. I had myself a mushy piece of chocolate.....needless to say I was a bit heartbroken. I was on a LONG road trip and was 4 hours from being home where a much needed refrigerator was located. As I set upon my journey home, I couldn't think of anything but my mushy chocolate bar sitting next to me. It was barely holding it's shape since it was still wrapped in its chrome foil paper, but obviously I could not enjoy it since opening it would spell certain disaster.
After 30-40 mins of thinking, I pondered about past experiences with my air conditioning. EUREKA!! The road to chocolate pleasure was in sight....
During the first year of owning my truck I had installed a single DIN head unit. As we all know, this leaves a little cubby hole. Some have installed switches others have installed cool lighting effects.....I left it as a cubby hole. Since the cubby is just below the air vents, the cubby becomes quite cold when running the air conditioner. I believe you know where I am going with this.
I placed my chocolate bar in the cubby. Next I shut all the vents (to contain the coldness in the dash). I then proceeded to turn the on A/C MAX with the blower on full. After roughly 20-30 mins, the inside of the cubby became cold enough to solidify my chocolate bar. It allowed me to unwrap the delicious treat and enjoy it the way it was intended to be enjoyed.
I have used this technique to also solidify a Reese's buttercup which was mushy from being in a parked truck for a day. Try it....it works