Unlike National Cupcake Week, social media has actually alerted me in advance to the fact that next week is International Chocolate Week.
And to celebrate I thought we would have a little fun.
It’s really simple to join in. This is what you need to do:
1) Cook or bake something that has chocolate in it.
2) On Monday 13th October I will publish a post that you can link your recipe to (and there will be a – virtual – chocolate bar for you for taking part). Recipes can be added at any time over chocolate week.
If you are not a blogger, but would still like to take part, then all you need to do is post a picture of your creation to the Pink Rose Bakery Facebook page (link will be provided next week).
That’s it. It’s that simple.
I’m letting you know now so that you have time to get thinking about what you want to make. My recipes next week will also feature chocolate.
Get your thinking caps on and mixing bowls out!
I’m looking forward to seeing what you make!
8 thoughts on “Advanced Warning – Chocolate Week Cook-along”
Chocolate week?! Oh my, what a wonderful idea! I’ve got a little stock of chocolate recipes prepared (naturally!) so, wifi permitting, i’ll try and take part 🙂 x
Hurrah! If ever there was a week made for you, it’s this one 🙂 x
Oh dear, this is NOT going to help me cut back on sugar! I love chocolate and look forward to some new recipes! If it’s International Chocolate Week it would be RUDE not to join in 🙂 Probably won’t get to bake until the weekend though.
Well, you say that, but keep your eyes peeled for ways to use chocolate that aren’t so sugary . . .
Chocolate week runs until Sunday 19th, so plenty of time to join in 🙂
I’m in! I’ll be making a cake (well, duh!) that never fails to please, keeps well, contains no gluten and which I’m slightly addicted to…
Yay! I’m looking forward to seeing it 🙂
Yikes – cheese and chocolate. I think I may have exhausted my repertoire with the truffles but I’ll nevertheless have a think on it…
Well, no-one said that it had to be a new recipe . . . an old favourite can always be revisited 🙂