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Choc a Bloc Cake Mould – Giveaway #26

Giveaway | 2nd April 2013 | By

As some of you may know, I’m a big fan of silicone cake moulds. As I’ve said on many an occasion, they have revolutionised my baking life. No more faffing around with scissors and bits of paper. It’s true that I’ve had the odd disaster when the cake has stuck to the bottom of the mould, but these occurrences have been rare. The folks at Mustard must have known my penchant for all things silicone (well perhaps not all things silicone šŸ˜‰ and sent this fun Choc a Bloc cake mould to try. They are also offering one as a a giveaway to readers of my blog.

I couldn’t wait to try it so grabbed my bowl and spoon and set too. The result was this banana, chocolate and peanut butter cake. Like a bar of chocolate, I found myself unable to stop at one square.

Mustard have kindly offered two Choc a Bloc Cake moulds as a giveaway on Chocolate Log Blog.
To be in with a chance of winning one of these tins, please fill in the Rafflecopter below. You will need to leave a comment on this post which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Rafflecopter will pick a winner at random from the entries received. Please give me some way of identifying you in the comment section as I will be verifying the validity of entries and will always check back to the comments to ensure that part has been done. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those with a UK postal address. You need to be 18 or over to enter. Winners will need to respond within 7 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked.
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Closing date is Tuesday 30 April 2013

Mustard are also offering this rather splendid biscuit tin – hurry though, there is only today left to enter.
You might also want to take a look at my giveaway page to see if there is anything else you would like to enter.

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  1. Leave a Reply

    Helen Dickinson
    2nd April 2013

    I would like to make a giant cake for my dads birthday! He loves chocolate, so using this mould would be great x

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    2nd April 2013

    It’d have to be a lego cake – perfect mould for it! Vohn x

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    2nd April 2013

    I might try and put something like a cheesecake in the mould instead. I can see it all going horribly wrong but it would be worth the try!

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    2nd April 2013

    I’d try and make a chocolate and banana cake to serve in chocolate-style pieces šŸ™‚ yummy!

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    2nd April 2013

    Is this some sort of trick question? Chocolate cake of course! Or maybe vanilla with chocolate chips.

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    3rd April 2013

    Your peanut butter and banana cakes sound delicious. I’d love the chance to play with this cake mould too

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    3rd April 2013

    A simple chocolate sponge with these on top and a sugar sign saying dive in

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    Sarah Birkett
    3rd April 2013

    I think it would have to be something non chocoalte to fool everyone, possibly lemon cake. Though I will probably make loads of beetroot & chocolate cake after that.

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    Janet Saville
    3rd April 2013

    Choccie cake for my daughter in law as she is a complete chocaholic. Actually I made one to look like this when my son was little, would have been so much easier with the mould!

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    3rd April 2013

    Chocolate brownies.


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    3rd April 2013

    I’d make a chocolate and caramel cake, yum

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    3rd April 2013

    Chocolate fudge cake

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    Laura Brass
    3rd April 2013

    Anything with chocolate in it will do just nicely!! We are a family of chocolate lovers!

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    Vikkii :)
    3rd April 2013

    I would make my boyfriend make me his delicious moist chocolate cake!

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    3rd April 2013

    I think it would be something like yours..definitely with peanut butter & caramel somewhere in it!

  16. Leave a Reply

    3rd April 2013

    Chocolate cake with either peanut butter frosting or strawberry frosting

  17. Leave a Reply

    4th April 2013

    As long as it’s chocolate that’s all I need

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    4th April 2013

    My son’s birthday is in May so I think I’d make a cake in it for him.

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    Abby Carroll
    4th April 2013

    šŸ™‚ i have a choice of either my other half or my two daughters or my son’s birthday as they are all 2 weeks within each other lol

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    Caroline Virgo
    4th April 2013

    Chocolate and orange carrot cake. Yummy!

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    Elaine Savage
    4th April 2013

    chocoalt chip banana cake

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    tracey bowden
    4th April 2013

    chocolate cake, my daughter is fussy when it comes to cake. its plain all the way no icing, filling, sprinkles. decorations etc

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    4th April 2013

    mmmmmm chocolate fudge cake

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    4th April 2013

    I am intrigued by your recipe (choc, banana peanut butter) so probably that or choc fudge cake šŸ™‚

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    sarah rees
    4th April 2013

    a birthday cake for my daughters birthday!

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    4th April 2013

    It’d be rude not to make a chocolate cake (although I actually prefer a nice lemon cake)

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    Susan Naylor
    4th April 2013

    chocolate and coffee cake. Yummy!

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    4th April 2013

    Chocolate Brownie Cake, with chunks of White and Milk Chocolate for my brother’s birthday next month šŸ™‚

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    Lisa Day
    5th April 2013

    I would make a chocolate cake for my sister who is an absolute chocoholic.Once she was eating chocolate after a day at work and i tried to say something and she’s like can’t talk eating chocolate! and i had to wait till she’d finished lol

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    Jane Willis
    7th April 2013

    I’d make a chocolate and ginger cake, decorated with crystallised ginger, for my Mum’s birthday

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    7th April 2013

    Would have to be a chocoalte cake!

    Hazel Rea – @beachrambler

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    11th April 2013

    That is a seriously COOL cake mould!!!!! I would do a super extra double chocolate cake in that mould, with oodles of rich chocolate icing and cadburys chocolate flakes all on top!!! *drools*
    Really hope to be lucky as this would be a BIG hit with my 6 chocolate mad kids!!! šŸ˜€

    Thanks for the chance!

    Laura Williams

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    11th April 2013

    I’d love to do a chocolate chilli cherry cake and have some friends round for cake and prosecco.

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    11th April 2013

    I would bake a cake with my 2 girls it would be a chocoltae cake topped with white chocolate with chopped raspberries mixed in mmmmm

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    Liz B
    14th April 2013

    Chocolate and date cake I think

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    17th April 2013

    I have a great chocolate fudge cake recipe that is delicious! It would give me an excuse to get that recipe back out!

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    18th April 2013

    A large chocolate cake for our village fete

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    19th April 2013

    chocolate cake @T18Lisaa

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    21st April 2013

    A rich dark chocolate cake

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    Jen Price
    22nd April 2013

    To complement the name of the mould it would have to be the chocolatiest chocolate cake I could make!

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    23rd April 2013

    it would have to be a pineapple cake – just to surprise the family!

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    katy k
    25th April 2013

    Well it would absolutely have to be chocolate… but whether it would last until everyone else got home only time will tell!

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    Piper and Daisy
    26th April 2013

    it would have to be a choccie cake – obviously, but it would also have to be gluten free so I could indulge šŸ™‚

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    26th April 2013

    i would make a chocolate marble cake for my 40th birthday next month x x x x

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    27th April 2013

    Its my son’s 3rd birthday soon so I would make a chocolate cake for him!

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    andrea lloyd
    27th April 2013

    Chocolate cake for my family

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    Aimee R
    28th April 2013

    Chocolate fudge cake, mmmm!

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    28th April 2013

    I’d try out my daughters favourite vegan chocolate cake recipe with it šŸ™‚

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    caroline bellamy
    28th April 2013

    yum chocolate fudge cake

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    28th April 2013

    I’d ask my OH to make his banana chocolate and raspberry loaf šŸ˜€

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    28th April 2013

    i would make a red velvet chocolate cake. would love to have one of these moulds

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    Deborah Patrick
    29th April 2013

    My daughters birthday is coming up and she LOVES chocolate! haha! So I reckon a fabulous choccy cake with all the trimmings! x

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    Pam Francis Gregory
    29th April 2013

    A chocolate sponge for me!

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    29th April 2013

    I would have a go at your banana, chocolate and peanut butter cake. Sounds yummy and different

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    Paula Harvey
    29th April 2013

    Id love a chocolate fudge cake for my sons 3rd birthday!! hes such a chocoholic!! Dont know where he gets it from ha šŸ˜‰

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    Natalie White
    29th April 2013

    Definitely chocolate brownie cake, although I’d love to try a banana & toffee one too!

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    Helen Swales
    29th April 2013

    My mum is a real chocoholic (like mother like daughter) and it’s a big 0 birthday for her soon – she’d kill me if I told you – I’d use the mould to make her cake.

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    29th April 2013

    A gluten free choc cake.


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    emily jayne
    29th April 2013

    Id make a chocolate and cream cake for my family! mmm xx

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    debbie jackson
    30th April 2013

    hubbys birthday soon and he always moans that i don’t make enough chocolate cake so i would have to make him a triple chocolate bar cake with chocolate topping.

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    Alsion Johnson
    30th April 2013

    Just a lovely chocolate cake

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    Gabrielle svensson
    30th April 2013

    a chocolate sponge cake

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    30th April 2013

    I would make a raw chocolate and orange polenta cake yummy

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    5th May 2013

    Thank you to all for your entries, it’s been great to hear about your bakes.

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    Rebecca Jones
    26th May 2013

    yummy choc and hazelnut cake

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