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Divine Chocolate Week and a Giveaway #63

Chocolate Reviews, Giveaway | 14th October 2015 | By

Monday saw the start of one of the most interesting weeks of the year, especially if you are a confirmed chocoholic – I’m saying nothing! It’s National Chocolate Week (12-18th October) – don’t tell me you didn’t know. Last year I gave you an exclusive chocolate review every day of the week and I got to try some mighty fine chocolate. This year I’m highlighting just one company and to share the general chocolate love, I’m offering a selection of their products as a giveaway.

Divine was at the very forefront of ethical chocolate production here in the UK and their story goes back to the early 1990s when a group of Ghanian farmers set up the cocoa trading co-operative Kuapa Kokoo. 1998 saw the launch of the first chocolate bar and the rest is history. Kuapa Kokoo own 44% of the company which ensures that the growers get a fair deal. Divine has carried the Fairtrade logo since its inception. I have been a keen supporter of their work ever since. I’m not going to write much about them as I’ve already covered it in previous posts, specifically Divine Intervention. I love the ethics, the packaging and of course, the chocolate. Attractive West African symbols, called adinkras have become synonymous with the Divine brand and adorn both the chocolate wrappers and the chocolate itself. Each one has a special meaning and you can find out what these are on the Divine website.

Divine Chocolate Bars

Just in time for Chocolate Week, I was sent a Divine Tasting Kit. It’s actually more like a feasting box, containing twelve 100g bars, which will last, even the seasoned chocolate scoffer through Chocolate Week and beyond. I’ve already tried most of the bars at one time or another, but there were two recently launched ones I’d not come across before. Dark chocolate with mango & coconut and milk chocolate with whole almonds – I’m looking forward to trying them.

Divine Chocolate Bars

I was also sent a selection of lovely recipe cards. You can never have too many chocolate recipes in my opinion, which is just as well given my propensity for making and blogging about them. I’ve used Divine’s dark raspberry chocolate a number of times to make this raspberry chocolate polenta cake, but I’m now keen to try their recipe for hazelnut & raspberry dark chocolate truffles. White chocolate & pistachio sponge blondies are calling to me and puddle pudding has my name written all over it. These and a number of other mouthwatering recipes can be found on the website.

Divine Recipe Cards

100g bars have an RRP of Β£2.19 and are widely available in various retail outlets as well as online.

The Divine Tasting Kit can be bought online and retails at Β£30. It offers a good selection of the chocolate available and consists of the following items:

  • 85% Dark Chocolate Bar 100g
  • 70% Dark Chocolate Bar 100g
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar 100g
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar 100g
  • 70% Dark Chocolate with Mango & Coconut 100g
  • Mint Dark Chocolate Bar 100g
  • 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt 100g
  • 38% Milk Chocolate with Whole Almonds 100g
  • Milk Chocolate Bar 100g
  • Orange Milk Chocolate Bar 100g
  • White Chocolate Bar 100g
  • White Chocolate with Strawberry Bar 100g

To keep up to speed with all the chocolate excitement this National Chocolate Week, it’s worth following  on Twitter.

Last year’s Chocolate Week posts
Other Chocolate Week 2015 posts you might like
Giveaway

Divine is kindly offering one Tin and Thyme reader the above mentioned tasting kit. To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in the Gleam widget below. You will need to leave a comment on this post, answering the question, which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Gleam will pick a winner at random from the entries received. If you are commenting anonymously, please give me some way of identifying you as I will be verifying the validity of entries. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those with a UK postal address. Winners will need to respond within 7 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked.  

Divine Tasting Box

Prizes are offered and provided by Divine and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
 
Closing date is Friday 13 November 2015
 
Do have a look at my giveaways page to see if there’s anything else you’d like to enter.
  

Divine Chocolate Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received a Divine Tasting Kit. I was not required to write a positive review and as always, all opinions are my own.

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    Heather Haigh
    14th October 2015

    I would make an olive oil chocolate orange cake, topped with chocolate ganache. I would use the orange milk chocolate bar.

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      Laura Moakes
      14th October 2015

      Now the Question is.. would I make something extra tasty with the chocolate… Or will I have eaten it all before I get to the baking stage….

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Orange and olive oil sounds like a lovely combination Heather – mmm.

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      Nicole Hurst
      27th October 2015

      Divine is my favourite chocolate!!!

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    Lynne
    14th October 2015

    I love Divine! I remember when I could only find it in Oxfam shops, and they would keep running out, I would buy up the little chunky bars whenever I saw them and stash them for fear they would disappear again!

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Yes, I remember those days too Lynne. Luckily they are still available in Oxfam.

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    Pauline Hubner
    14th October 2015

    My eye was immediately drawn to the ‘Divine Truffles and Treats’ section… I’d make the classic chocolate truffles using the 70% Dark Chocolate bar but pimp them with a slug of homemade sloe gin – yes!

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Oh yay for a slug of homemade sloe gin Pauline. I made some truffles once with all the sloes left over from the gin – ooh they were good.

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    Tracey Peach
    14th October 2015

    I would make a big White Chocolate Cake using White Chocolate with Strawberry Bars πŸ™‚

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    Tracy Nixon
    14th October 2015

    I would make chocolate chip cookies using the Milk Chocolate with Whole Almonds chocolate!

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    Susan Lloyd
    14th October 2015

    I would make peanut butter blondes with the white chocolate bar! X

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    Annabel
    14th October 2015

    There were so many delicious chocolate recipes on this year’s GBBO, I’m feeling super inspired for chocolate bakes! Something along the lines of a chocolate tart made with the Chocolate, Toffee and Sea Salt bar would go down a treat in our house!
    Abel x

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Ooh yes Abel, I think that would go down a treat in this house too πŸ˜‰

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    Amanda B
    14th October 2015

    I would love to try the raspberry polenta cake. I would use Divine’s dark raspberry chocolate

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    Caroline Hooper
    14th October 2015

    A difficult choice to narrow it down, but i think I would make a chocolate spread with the orange and ginger bar and also some chocolate brownies with the milk and white chocolate bars πŸ™‚

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Ooh my Caroline, I do like your chocolate spread idea. And brownies I can never resist.

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    Emma Cooper
    14th October 2015

    Since Christmas is on the way, I would start practising my chocolate log skills – it has been a while since I made one! I think 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt 100g would be delightfully different, so I’d give that a go πŸ™‚

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Sounds good Emma. How many iterations of chocolate log are you expecting to make?

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    winnie
    14th October 2015

    i would love to make a yule chocolate log, i think the 70% Dark Chocolate Bar would be perfect for this recipe

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    ann goody
    14th October 2015

    I would make the chocolate digestive cake and use Divine orange and ginger chocolate to add extra depth

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    Yvonne Bradley
    14th October 2015

    Yule log for xmas

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    sarah
    14th October 2015

    OMG!!!!!!! #ChocolateAddict right here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Although I do have a feeling I would be forced to SHARE this if I won!! πŸ™ #sadtimes anyway least I wouldn’t have all the calories! teeheehee! πŸ˜› xx

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      At least it’s big enough to feel you can share without too much heart ache Sarah πŸ˜‰

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    danielle jupp
    14th October 2015

    yule log that has caramel in it

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    Andrew Petrie
    14th October 2015

    I would like to make a chocolate mouuse using Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger .

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    Steven Appleton
    14th October 2015

    I’m thinking Salted dark chocolate and orange mousse using 85% Dark Chocolate & Orange Milk Chocolate Bars

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      I’ve never made a white chocolate cheesecake. I think I’ve missed out.

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    Suelle
    14th October 2015

    I think, to get the full benefit of any added ingredients, I’d make truffles. I’d like to try the mango and coconut bar, because I haven’t seen that for sale anywhere.

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      Good idea Suelle. CT and I tried a bit of the mango and coconut bar this morning. It’s very nice, but definitely textured.

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    Alica
    14th October 2015

    I would make my triple chocolate cupcakes with a salted caramel centre with the Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt πŸ™‚

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      And I think I might be around knocking on your door soon afterwards Alicia πŸ˜‰

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    Hazel Rea
    14th October 2015

    I would make my glutenfree/eggfree/milkfree chocolate cake so all the family could enjoy it – and cover it with the 85% Dark Chocolate bar (that’s what I normally do!).

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      That sounds like a super guilt free chocolate cake Hazel – fabulous πŸ™‚

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    Mark
    14th October 2015

    Chocolate certainly is the food of love. Makes my heart flutter and I feel soo good!

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    Lucy @ BakingQueen74
    14th October 2015

    I’d use the white chocolate and strawberry bar and make some lovely fudge with it for Christmas gifts (will try not to eat it all myself…)

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      Choclette
      14th October 2015

      The fudge sounds gorgeous Lucy. I’m trying rather hard not to eat this lot myself πŸ˜‰

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    Becki Explorer
    14th October 2015

    I would make a chocolate fondant with the Milk chocolate with toffee and sea salt!

    What an amazing sounding flavour!

    B x

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    Jo Young
    14th October 2015

    I’d make a chocolate bundt cake and decorate it with white chocolate!

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    William Gould
    14th October 2015

    My wife makes a delicious (what she calls a) picnic bar, which is a coconut and cherry mixture baked onto a layer of chocolate (70% Dark Chocolate Bar). I think it’s a cherry sponge mix but with cocnut instead of the flour!

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      They sound delicious William. I’m getting some great ideas here πŸ˜‰

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    Tamsin w
    14th October 2015

    i would use 70% dark chocolate to make a raspberry and chocolate gateux

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    GEOFF WICKENS
    14th October 2015

    white chocolate cheese cake is a sure winner in this house

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    Rosie Dunningham
    14th October 2015

    I would make my favourite white chocolate cheesecake with stem ginger! Or my family’s favourite – chocolate nemesis cake using the dark chocolate. Yum! Wonderful giveaway πŸ™‚ Rosie xx

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Sounds like you have a well cared for family Rosie – both sound delicious πŸ™‚

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    Margaret Clarkson
    14th October 2015

    I would make layered chocolate mousse using the 70% dark chocolate in one layer and the white chocolate bar in the other.

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    ashleigh allan
    14th October 2015

    i would make chocolate brownies with Milk Chocolate Bar

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    kellyjo walters
    14th October 2015

    chocolate orange mousse made with avocado

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    Emily DeVoto
    14th October 2015

    I’m perfecting my toll-house (chocolate chip) cookie recipe so I think an orange chocolate or the salted almond would be nice!

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      When you’ve perfected it Emily, do let me know. I’ve still not made a choc chip cookie I’m truly satisfied with.

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    Emma Nixon
    14th October 2015

    Chocolate brownies with the dark choc

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    Gill
    14th October 2015

    A friend has just given me her recipe for chocolate oatcakes – I’d love to try the chocolate with raspberries in it!

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Ooh chocolate oatcakes sound amazing. Just trying to imagine what they might be like.

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    laura banks
    14th October 2015

    i would make a yule log for xmas but i would have it as dark chocolate

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    Anthony Harrington
    14th October 2015

    I would try the White chocolate & pistachio sponge blondies but with a twist using the 70% Dark Chocolate with Mango & Coconut

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    Lisa Everaert
    14th October 2015

    I would make Ghost cookies coated with milk chocolate and almonds ready for halloween.

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    chetyl hadfield
    14th October 2015

    I would make a chocolate and orange cheesecake using orange milk chocolate bar.

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    melanie stirling
    14th October 2015

    The chocolate and raspberry would go nicely melted as a topping for chocolate cupcakes.

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    Donna Loxton
    14th October 2015

    I would make a cake and have the melted orange and ginger bar poured on the top of it.

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    Sharon H
    14th October 2015

    I’d use the Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar to make a family favourite, my Chocolate and Raspberry Truffle Brownies .

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Truffle brownies sound amazing. No wonder they are a family favourite.

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Ooh chocolate baklava. How very wonderful. I’ve got a recipe on my blog somewhere. Time I dug it out and made it again.

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    Jennifer Haden
    15th October 2015

    I would make the Chocolate Truffles for my hubby using the 70% dark chocolate and roll them in cocoa powder, coconut and chopped nuts x

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    emily omara
    15th October 2015

    a white chocolate cheesecake with the white choc 100g bar!

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    iain maciver
    15th October 2015

    a caramel and peanut butter cake

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    Imogen Wainwright-Jones
    15th October 2015

    I’d make cardamom and chocolate muffins with the dark ginger and orange Divine chocolate bar!

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    Gwen Maynard
    15th October 2015

    I would make blondes with the white chocolate and strawberry bar.

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    Laura Pritchard
    15th October 2015

    I’d melt down the 70% Dark Chocolate Bar and add it to my chocolate brownie recipe.

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    Jade Hewlett
    15th October 2015

    I would make a Chocolate Fudge Cake as it looks so tasty and I’m sure it would be delicious with the Divine dark chocolate.

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    Felicity Smith
    15th October 2015

    a classic chocolate cake (complete with cream filling and chocolate on top. Don’t mess with the classics – I would use a 70% bar for it xx

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    clair downham
    15th October 2015

    70% Dark Chocolate Bar and throw in some chillis for a chocolate and chilli cake

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    Kirsty Hijacked By Twins
    15th October 2015

    Thank you so much for including my recipe and review in your post. I will be looking at entering this fabulous giveaway, I love Divine chocolate x

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    Tracy Newton
    15th October 2015

    I would use the White chocolate and strawberries in muffins

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    Emma Humberstone
    15th October 2015

    I’ve made brownies with milk chocolate, blondies with white chocolate… now I’m quite tempted to make marble brownies with dark chocolate chunks!!!

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    abigail edkins
    15th October 2015

    i would make chocolate cookies and throw in chunks of the Mint Dark Chocolate Bar

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    Galina V
    15th October 2015

    I would like to sample all of them first to decide. I do buy Divine bars, especially with raspberries. I could try to do a mulit-bar brownie tray, like Dom did last spring with the chocolate truffles. I think it could work, as a potluck, whichever flavour you might encounter in the brownie piece you have picked

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Now that sounds just too good Galina. Perhaps you can make it when you’re next down in Cornwall and I’ll pop in for a slice πŸ˜‰

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    Fiona K
    15th October 2015

    I want to make a vegan chocolate mousse recipe which uses avocado to provide the fat content. It needs a fairly strong chocolate flavour to mask the avocado, so I’d use the 85% dark choc.

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Sounds lovely Fiona. I’ve got a recipe on my blog somewhere for this very thing, though I can’t quite remember what percentage chocolate I used.

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    Karl Borowy
    15th October 2015

    chocolate and orange and chilli sponge pudding with vanilla custard

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      Choclette
      15th October 2015

      Now that sounds like a dream combination Rebecca – bring it on πŸ™‚

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    Laura Todd
    15th October 2015

    Something Christmas Related πŸ™‚

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    Paula Readings
    15th October 2015

    I would like to make a chocolate orange cheesecake yum!

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    Julie Booth
    15th October 2015

    I would make chocolate truffles with the milk chocolate bar

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    Natalie Crossan
    15th October 2015

    I’d make a chocolate orange cheesecake with the milk chocolate bar πŸ™‚

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    clair brown
    16th October 2015

    The Dark chocolate and coconut bounty bites sound amazing, I would make those using the dark chocolate with raspberries bar as I think this would go well.

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      Choclette
      16th October 2015

      I like you’re thinking Clair, raspberry and coconut sounds like a combination well worth trying.

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    Paul Sahl
    16th October 2015

    Melting chocolate puddings with the mint dark chocolate bar

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    Laura
    17th October 2015

    I’ve got my eye on a chocolate ginger layer cake and I could add a hint of orange with the orange flavoured dark chocolate bar maybe. Hmmmmm.

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    Judith Allen
    17th October 2015

    Some really mouthwatering recipes on divinechocolate.com. Think Banana pancakes with Divine chocolate maple syrup sounds a good one to start with. That uses 70% dark chocolate.

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      Choclette
      17th October 2015

      It does indeed sounds like a good one to start with Judith – you’ve got me in the mood for pancakes for breakfast now.

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    de tout coeur limousin
    17th October 2015

    So many choices – would have to be an ultimate brownie – with dark chocolate and seasalt milk chocolate chunks. Yum πŸ™‚

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      Choclette
      17th October 2015

      Ooh yes, those brownies sound even better than the raspberry ones I’ve just posted – if that’s possible πŸ˜‰

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    Elizabeth
    17th October 2015

    I don’t know if I’d be able to bake with them! I think I’d just scoff them one by one starting with the toffee and sea salt – YUM!

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      Choclette
      17th October 2015

      Haha Elizabeth, I just couldn’t resist and absolutely did take that very one and scoff it πŸ˜‰

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    Kim M
    18th October 2015

    White Chocolate and Strawberry cheesecake topped with fresh strawberries would be gorgeous

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    Ruth Harwood
    18th October 2015

    I’d use the Golden Syrup in a victoria Sponge with chocolate icing xx

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    elaine
    18th October 2015

    I would like to use the Orange and ginger dark chocolate for a pumpkin pie, using it to make the chocolate pastry and pie topping

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      Choclette
      20th October 2015

      Ooh Elaine, what a marvellous idea. Love the thought of pastry made with flavoured chocolate.

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    Helen Webb
    18th October 2015

    Hard to decide! I’d maybe make caramel Brownies with the milk chocolate with toffee and sea salt : )

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    Gill Colling
    18th October 2015

    chocolate orange choc chunk cookies

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    claire griffiths
    19th October 2015

    chocolate brownie and the milk orange bar sounds nice

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    Kate - gluten free alchemist
    19th October 2015

    Oh yes! A chocolate give away. The dark chocolate with mango and coconut sounds more than interesting…. I have to get my hands on some of that!! Yum x

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      Choclette
      20th October 2015

      That mango and coconut is long gone now Kate – just goes to show how good it was πŸ˜‰

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    Sheila Reeves
    20th October 2015

    I’d make chocolate mousse with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar – and add fresh raspberries as a puree on the bottom – really want some chocolate now!

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    Helen Thurston
    20th October 2015

    Dark Chocolate and Coconut Bounty Bites – I’d use 85% Dark Chocolate Bar 100g

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      Choclette
      21st October 2015

      Excellent idea Kevin. I don’t make cheesecakes often enough and a raspberry and chocolate one sounds gorgeous.

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    Sarah
    20th October 2015

    mmm it would have to be cookies or brownies with the Orange & Ginger.

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    Gill
    21st October 2015

    I’d melt the toffee and seasalt over some freshly popped popcorn, then put that on top of a biscuit base with a caramel top, like millionnaire shortbread with a popcorn / chocolate top

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    vicky cockett
    21st October 2015

    Divine Truffles and Treats would be the perfect little gift for family and friends at christmas, i would use 70% Dark Chocolate with Mango & Coconut and probably add a dash of white rum to the adult ones. – in reality id probably buy several flavours so i could make a variety box!!

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    rachel h
    21st October 2015

    I would make a refrigerator cake with the mange, & coconut dark chocolate – yum!

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    Nat thomason
    22nd October 2015

    White choc to make a choc and raspberry cheesecake I love choc and raspberries

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    pete c
    24th October 2015

    I would try to incorporate the 100g Orange Milk Chocolate bar into some alternative chocolate profiteroles……

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    Helen Metcalfe
    25th October 2015

    Given the time of year I think I’ll be making the Pumpkin Cheesecake with Chocolate Stout Ganache swirl, using the Divine Chocolate Bittersweet Baking Bar as in the recipe.

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    Alison
    25th October 2015

    I absolutely love Death by Chocolate and I think the perfect Divine bar for making that would be the 85% dark chocolate

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    Katie skeoch
    25th October 2015

    Chocolate layer cake with passion fruit icing with some fruity help from the dark chocolate, mango & coconut bar

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    Janice Mackin
    25th October 2015

    I would use the dark chocolate to make a chocolate cake.

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    Sue
    26th October 2015

    Wow … what an amazing array of chocolate.

    I have to admit to never having even tasted Divine chocolate … how dreadful is that. I tend to grab the same old, same old bars of chocolate every time I go shopping, (not that there’s anything wrong with them, they are lush) but perhaps it’s time to be just a little bit more adventurous in my choosing πŸ™‚

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      Sue
      26th October 2015

      Oh and I meant to add I would use the new bar ‘Dark Chocolate with Mango and Coconut’ and drizzle it, melted, over my favourite ever lemon cheesecake. Oooh imagine the look of it and the taste!! And of course there would be enough chocolate left over just for eating …..

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      Choclette
      26th October 2015

      Well you just never quite know what you might be missing out on Sue, but I am a great believer in the tried and tested.

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      Choclette
      26th October 2015

      Thanks Becca. It’s astonishing how quickly one can go through it πŸ˜‰

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    MARK THOMAS
    26th October 2015

    chocolate mousse , using the orange milk chocolate bar

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    Abigail Cullen
    26th October 2015

    I would bake chocolate chip cookies, using the Divine milk chocolate.

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    Lauren Tourle
    26th October 2015

    I would use the Orange Milk Chocolate Bar to make my famous jaffa cake cake πŸ™‚

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    Derek D
    26th October 2015

    I would use the white chocolate and strawberry bar to make a white chocolate and strawberry cheesecke

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    Alice
    26th October 2015

    I’d use 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar 100g to make some delicious peanut butter cups!

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      Choclette
      26th October 2015

      Peanut butter and raspberries is a new one on me, but now you’ve mentioned it, I really want to try it πŸ™‚

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    Joanne Hutchings
    26th October 2015

    I’d use the mint dark chocolate to make truffles. Hopefully they’d make nice christmas presents.

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    Tracey Parker
    26th October 2015

    I would make truffles in the run up to Christmas for presents or use the 70% chocolate to make chocolate and peanut butter brownies

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    Jessica Powell
    26th October 2015

    I’d use the orange milk chocolate to make some gloopy chocolate mousse – the orange kind rarely sets properly, which is just the way I like it! πŸ™‚

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    Tina M Holmes
    26th October 2015

    They all sound so nice, but the digestive cake sounds really nice.

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    Sue McCarthy
    26th October 2015

    Chocolate & Hazelnut Cake – I use a mixture of plain & milk chocolate

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    Helen Adams
    26th October 2015

    Raspberry blondies with the white chocolate bar x

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    Alice Megan
    26th October 2015

    I’d make white chocolate and pistachio blondies, they sound amazing and I just adore pistachio in anything!

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    Anita
    26th October 2015

    Milk chocolate with almonds bar I would use to make a chocolate cheesecake

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    Lyla
    26th October 2015

    I’d make the chocolate truffle brownies with the dark chocolate bars

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    sarah rees
    26th October 2015

    I would use it for something simple like chocolate covered fruit

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    Iris W
    26th October 2015

    I would make a lovely chocolate mouse using the dark chocolate with raspberry bar

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    Natalie Gillham
    26th October 2015

    I would love to make a chocolate orange cake with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar melted on top – yummy πŸ™‚

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    Beky Austerberry
    27th October 2015

    I would like to try a baked chocolate cheesecake – new york style. Yum… chocolate is my fave ingredient.

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    tracy steer
    27th October 2015

    make a fab choc muffin xxx

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    Amelia Kennedy
    27th October 2015

    I’d make gluten-free chocolate nut brownies with the dark bars, as my husband is gluten intolerant

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    Becky Yeomans
    27th October 2015

    I am not a great baker yet as I have recently moved out of my parents house into my own family home with my partner and daughter. I am still practising baking and cooking lol! I would try making brownies with the 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt and add pieces of fudge in it too! πŸ˜€

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    Fiona K
    27th October 2015

    I would love to make Chocolate brownies with Dark chocolate & mango & coconut

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    Tam B
    27th October 2015

    It’s making my mouth water thinking of making Dark Chocolate & Coconut Bounty Bites using 70% dark chocolate bar – yum

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    Emily Knight
    27th October 2015

    I’d make chocolate brownies with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar!

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    Amy
    27th October 2015

    I would use the orange milk chocolate bar to make an orangey chocolate and marshmallow pie. Yum!

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    Amy Jane Beckett
    27th October 2015

    It would be classic gooey chocolate brownies with Dark chocolate & mango & coconut and also some hazlenuts.

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    Paul Wilson
    27th October 2015

    Truffles! Using the 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar .

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    Rachel
    27th October 2015

    I’m a big fan of hiding finely-chopped chocolate in my world-famous tiramisu. Usually use dark chocolate but would like to try it with dark chocolate and raspberries or orange and ginger. Mmmm…..

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    Paul Keith
    27th October 2015

    Dark chocolate tart and vanilla tart with the 85% dark chocolate bar

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    tracey ryder
    27th October 2015

    super duper chocolate cake

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    Steve Williams
    27th October 2015

    Rich chocolate cake with ginger using the 70% Dark Chocolate and Raspberries bar cut into small pieces and added to the mix.

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    Jo McPherson
    27th October 2015

    Love the sound of the mango and coconut one, would make some truffle

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    Robyn S
    27th October 2015

    Wow it all looks ‘divine’!

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    Bob Clark
    27th October 2015

    A “divine” chocolate cake using 85% Dark Chocolate Bar 100g – yummy yum

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    julie feathers
    27th October 2015

    I would make a chocolate cake sponge with a rosewater flavoured filling and use a divine 85%dark chocolate to cover it

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    JODIE BEAUMONT
    27th October 2015

    chocolate brownies with the milk chocolate bar!

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    Megan Adams
    27th October 2015

    I’d make a chocolate fruitcake using butter, dark brown sugar, brandy, vanilla extract, raisins and currants, cranberries, flour, almonds, cocoa, eggs and Divine dark chocolate.

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    Julie
    27th October 2015

    I would make a chocolate cake with the 70% dark chocolate bar.

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    Lorraine Tinsley
    27th October 2015

    Peanut butter and chocolate brownies, I love peanut butter and chocolate so this is absolute heaven

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    Charles Harvey
    27th October 2015

    Peanut Butter flavoured chocolate

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    Megan Kinsey
    27th October 2015

    I’d like to try some type of cheesecake with the white chocolate and raspberry bar πŸ™‚

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    lynn mitchell
    27th October 2015

    chocolate crispies yummy

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    Anne-Marie Wigley
    27th October 2015

    I’d make chocolate truffles using the white chocolate with strawberries πŸ˜€

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    Max Power
    27th October 2015

    This is killing my diet but I think I would make Γ©clair and top them with the melted milk chocolate with toffee and sea salt bar.

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    Jon Sellers
    27th October 2015

    A chocolate truffle torte using the 85% dark chocolate, maybe 3 bars should do it.

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    glenn hutton
    27th October 2015

    I would make truffles wild milk choc and throw in some ground up pistachios

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    Rhia
    27th October 2015

    I do a good line of decadent, gooey chocolate brownies! BUT I’ve only ever really used ‘normal’ chocolate, so if I won this I’d be a bit bolder and try it with the orange chocolate. Sounds amazing already πŸ™‚

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    Edward Guerreiro
    27th October 2015

    I’d like to try Mango and Coconut brownies.

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    suzanne brzeski
    27th October 2015

    I’d make a chocolate mousse with Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt and some profiteroles with white chocolate filling

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    Rachael G
    27th October 2015

    I would make chocolate brownies with the mint dark chocolate bar.

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    Heather T
    27th October 2015

    Billionaires shortbread using 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt

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    samj
    27th October 2015

    chocolate cake using the dark chocolate

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    YOLANDA DAVIS
    27th October 2015

    I would make the coconut bounty bites, but with white chocolate

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    Sarah Brokenshire
    27th October 2015

    A chocolate log of course- with a hint of cherry- delish! x

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    lyn Burgess
    27th October 2015

    I’d make chocolate brownies with 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar 100g and serve them with fresh raspberries and creme fraiche

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    Sarah Pybus
    27th October 2015

    Chocolate orange brownies using milk, dark ,choc orange and white chocolate πŸ™‚

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    MANDY DOHERTY
    27th October 2015

    Salted Dark Chocolate & Orange Mousse x

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    laura stewart
    27th October 2015

    i’d make choc chip cookies xx

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    Holly Gibson
    27th October 2015

    I would make some chocolate chip cookies with my recipe that makes them just like Millie’s! The white chocolate bar sounds the best!

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    Clare H
    27th October 2015

    brownies with the 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

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    S Bufton
    27th October 2015

    Blondies using the white chocolate and strawberry bar

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    Simon C
    27th October 2015

    Gosh, it seems such a shame to be cooking with the chocolate when I could just be stuffing my face with it….! What, me? A chocoholic? Never! I guess I could always eat some while I’m cooking with it. Then I’ll have my choc fix *and* have a yummy pudding to eat afterward. It’d have to be something nice and easy so I can get the kids involved. I would say chocolate rice crispie cakes, as my girls love making those, but I can’t bring myself to do that to this special chocolate. So maybe some kind of brownies or something like that.

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    fozia akhtar
    27th October 2015

    I would make truffles rolled in lots of nuts and seeds

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    Louise A
    27th October 2015

    I love white chocolate and nuts of all sorts so when I saw Lorraine Pascale’s White Chocolate and Pistachio Sponge Blondies on the Divine website my mouth started watering straightaway! so that will be one I would like to try using the White Chocolate bar (naturally) πŸ™‚

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    Lynsey Buchanan
    27th October 2015

    I would make a chocolate furge cake with chocolate butter cream icing

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    Kayleigh Tanner
    27th October 2015

    I would use the dark chocolate and raspberry bar to make some delicious raspberry fudge brownies!

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    Karis
    28th October 2015

    Chocolate chip cookies with the Orange Milk Chocolate Bar

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    Karis
    28th October 2015

    I would make chocolate chip cookies with the Orange Milk Chocolate Bar

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    Agnieszka Sady
    28th October 2015

    I would use the Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt to make my signature big, soft, American-style chocolate chip cookies!

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    helen tovell
    28th October 2015

    I would make the chocolate brownies with the milk chocolate orange flavoured bar

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    Lauren Long
    28th October 2015

    Brownies with Toffee and seasalt

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    Alix Smith
    28th October 2015

    I would make a rich chocolate & raspberry cake for my husband’s birthday in December using the 70% dark chocolate bar – seriously yummy.

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    Jane Frampton
    28th October 2015

    I’d use the dark chocolate and raspberry bar to make a rich chocolate and raspberry trifle. Can’t think of anything more scrummy! Although some of the other suggestions have given me ideas!!

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    Rachel Colclough
    28th October 2015

    I would make chocolate mint brownies with the dark mint chocolate or toffee brownies with seaslt

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    Emma Birley
    28th October 2015

    I’d make Rocky Road but with the White Chocolate! I’d probably use most of them actually πŸ˜‰

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    Michaela Jennings
    29th October 2015

    I would make chocolate fudge using the milk chocolate with toffee and sea salt

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    Claire Nugent
    29th October 2015

    I would make the ginger florentines and dip half of them in the dark chocolate, orange and ginger bar and the other half in the white chocolate bar. They would make great Christmas presents too πŸ™‚

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    Lucy Igoe
    29th October 2015

    Dark Chocolate and raspberries sounds good and could be used in muffins

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    Andrea Fletcher
    29th October 2015

    I would make chocolate chip cookies with the white chocolate.

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    Caroline H
    30th October 2015

    I’d like to make Millionaire’s Shortcake using the White Chocolate with Strawberries as a top layer.

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    lee
    30th October 2015

    Never tried these but always willing to try out a new type of chocolate!

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    Helen W
    30th October 2015

    i would make Lime & Chocolate cheesecake and use the Plain Divine chocolate

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    Lisa Pond
    30th October 2015

    I would use the dark chocolate and raspberries bar to make an alternative to a black forest gateau, using raspberries as well as cherries

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    Natasha Mairs
    30th October 2015

    I would make some truffles or fudge with the chocolate orange or maybe the one with starwberry

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    Lauren Ratcliffe
    30th October 2015

    i’d aim to make some cookies but not sure i’d get to the before i ate all the chocolate

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    Carolynn Woodland
    31st October 2015

    I like the idea of the raspberry polenta cake using the dark raspberry chocolate.

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    kathy
    31st October 2015

    I would make some chocolate chip cookies

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    Tracey Whittle
    31st October 2015

    Would love to try some of these fantastic combinations in some cup cakes

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    LIZZIE E
    1st November 2015

    I’d love to make some fruity chocolate brownies with the Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar!

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    Emily Clark
    1st November 2015

    Chocolate fridge cake with Divine white chocolate!

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    Jennifer Toal
    1st November 2015

    Chocolate truffle using dark chocolate

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    Steve Dickinson
    2nd November 2015

    I would make a chocolate torte with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar

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    Stephanie Whitehouse
    2nd November 2015

    I’d make my Earth Squares- rich chocolate filled with cranberries and hazelnuts, which needs a mix of dark and milk chocolate

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    Pam Smith
    2nd November 2015

    If it made it as far as the kitchen, then I’d make a chocolate cheesecake with the Divine White and Dark chocolate bars

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    Lorraine Stone
    2nd November 2015

    Vanilla cookies served warm with a choc orange dipping sauce ~

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    Jo Hutchinson
    2nd November 2015

    I would make biscuits with the Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar for flavour.

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    Angela Kelly
    3rd November 2015

    I would like to make brownies with the milk chocolate and sea salt bar

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    Hannah Wood
    3rd November 2015

    Chocolate and orange cake .

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    Ashley Phillips
    4th November 2015

    I’ve always wanted to try and make a chocolate orange cake, hopefully the orange milk chocolate will work with this as i’ve always been dubious about the results if I just melted a terrys chocolate orange lol

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    charlotte
    4th November 2015

    the chocolate digestive cake mmm and the dark choc with mango bar πŸ™‚

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    betony bennett
    4th November 2015

    To be honest I would like to just eat the chocolate!! But my recipe would be raspberry and white chocolate blondies, using the white chocolate bar πŸ™‚

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    carole n
    4th November 2015

    I would make some chocolate cup cakes and use the chocolate and almond bar for flavouring and decoration.

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    Paula Burnside
    4th November 2015

    I would make Gooey chocolate cookies and I would use the 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt bar. Thinking about that has made me very hungry!

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    Solange
    5th November 2015

    I would make a Yule chocolate log for Christmas. I’d use the 70% Dark Chocolate Bar.

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    rebecca howe
    5th November 2015

    They used to sell this chocolate bars during lunch break when I was at school! I would use the Orange Milk Chocolate Bar to make some chocolate orange melt in the middle puddings!

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    Kat Allinson
    5th November 2015

    I would make some Baileys and chocolate truffles using the 70% dark chocolate

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    Sarah
    6th November 2015

    All of those sounds amazing, but the thing I would like to do most is make a chocolate pie with the Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt bar

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    Laura Baker
    6th November 2015

    I would make chocolate brownie cake with the 70% dark chocolate bar – so yum.

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    Cathie Hunter
    6th November 2015

    I would make a mouse with the Dark Chocolate with Mint variety

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    Laura Nice
    6th November 2015

    I think i would make a huge chocolate, white and milk. just for me and my partner for my birthday πŸ™‚

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    kimberley ryan
    6th November 2015

    ginger and dark chocolate cake using the 85% Dark Chocolate bar added to the mix.

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    Robyn Clarke
    7th November 2015

    I would make a chocolate mousse with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Mango & Coconut

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    Rachel Butterworth
    7th November 2015

    Triple Chocolate Brownies using Milk, White & 70% Dark Bars.

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    kate knight
    7th November 2015

    Chocolate and raspberry bar in a chocolate brownie with some fresh fruit too..yum!

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    Samantha loughlin
    7th November 2015

    I’d make brownie with chocolate orange

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    Rosie Holloway
    7th November 2015

    I would make chocolate brownies with a twist using the dark chocolate with raspberries bar

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    Marlene Stevens
    7th November 2015

    I love chocolate any time I would make a luxury caramel shortbread.

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    Jade Missy Evans
    7th November 2015

    I’d like to try the Divine Chocolate Banoffe Pie, it looks delicious, it calls for 100g of Divine Milk Chocolate so I would use that to make it. I’d also like to give the Coconut Truffles a go and this calls for a mix of Divine Dark/Milk/White chocolate Yum!

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    Nadia Stanbridge
    7th November 2015

    Mousse au chocolat

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    allison
    7th November 2015

    i would make fondant chocolat nice and warm with the milk chocolate bar!

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    Helen
    8th November 2015

    I would make chocolate chip cookies using the Milk Chocolate with Whole Almonds

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    Liz
    8th November 2015

    70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar 100g to make chocolate mousse with real raspberries thrown in…. mmmm.

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    Karen Dixon
    8th November 2015

    The raspberry, chocolate pollenta cake, sounds amazing, i would love to try and bake this

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    elizabeth ferguson
    8th November 2015

    chocolae moose sounds devine xx

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    denise cross
    8th November 2015

    The Divine Chocolate Banoffe Pie sounds just perfect for my sons birthday

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    Lucia Critchley
    8th November 2015

    I would use the white chocolate bar to make a white chocolate and raspberry panna cotta

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    Rose Elise
    8th November 2015

    I would make brownies using one of the darkest chocolate bars, the 85% or 70%! I love bittersweet flavours.

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    lucy camilla
    9th November 2015

    These just all sound absolutely delicious BUT I think i’d be inclined to make some chocolate and chilli cupcakes using the dark chocolate!

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    Melanie Kelly
    9th November 2015

    I would make a chocolate fondant all melt in the middle with gooey dark chocolate ,mango and coconut ,this time of year you cant beat a warm chocolate dessert and becuase its high in cocoa solids its healthy right ?

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      Choclette
      9th November 2015

      Haha Melanie, not sure how healthy it would be, but I know I want one πŸ™‚

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    Kayleigh White
    9th November 2015

    Using the White Chocolate and Strawberries bar, I would recreate my white chocolate and strawberry, millionaires shortcakes! Totally delicious they are.

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    Ann Williams
    9th November 2015

    I have cake tin shaped like a Christmas tree so would probably make a chooclate marble cake and top the cake with 70% Dark Chocolate although temtping to use the Mint Dark Chocolate for surprise element!

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    Kaci Soderstrom
    9th November 2015

    A milk chocolate cheesecake sounds delicious, that is if I can stop myself from stuffing it into my face

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    Michelle O'Neill
    9th November 2015

    i would make chocolate cupcakes with my grandaughter x

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    Diane S
    9th November 2015

    I’d use the Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar to make some gorgeous christmassy florentines

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    Katie Walker
    9th November 2015

    If I had the talent I would make a souffle with the chocolate and mango. As I don’t probably some nice gooey brownies.

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    Victoria Wise
    10th November 2015

    I’d definitely make cookies! I’d use the white chocolate and milk chocolate bars chopped, and I’d have the milk toffee and sea salt one to eat whilst making them πŸ˜‰

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    kristin burdsall
    10th November 2015

    I would make a tray of rocky road for my children with some of the chocolate and hide the rest for myself πŸ˜‰

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    Stacey Holmes
    10th November 2015

    My favourite chocolate is white, so I’d have to try the White chocolate & pistachio sponge blondies. They sound like absolute heaven! However, all chocolate is good in my house so the rest wouldn’t be far behind to be scoffed! xx

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    Jane Adair
    10th November 2015

    I would make cranachan and grate 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar 100g over the top

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      Choclette
      11th November 2015

      I like your thinking Jane, that sounds like my sort of cranachan πŸ™‚

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    Lauren Old
    10th November 2015

    I would love to make a Torte a la Chocolat and incorporate the Milk chocolate with almond bar

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    Helen Gossage
    10th November 2015

    I would plan to make brownies is lots of different flavours but probably end up eating it all before it got close to baking

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    Eileen Tingle
    10th November 2015

    I’d make chocolate crispies using Divine Orange Milk Chocolate and Rice Crispies

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    Katie Kingsbury
    11th November 2015

    The white chocolate & pistachio sponge blondies sound amazing, with the white & strawberry bar – lush!

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    Alison Clark
    11th November 2015

    I would make Sachertorte with Sea salt bar.

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    Greig spencer
    11th November 2015

    I would use the white chocolate and strawberry bar to make a white chocolate and strawberry cheesecake for my family

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    Debbie Johnson
    11th November 2015

    Oh my word, what a fab giveaway and so many delicious flavours, something to suit my whole families tastes, my fave would be the milk chocolate with whole Almond…yummm

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    Kristyn Harris
    11th November 2015

    I’d most like to make muffins with chunky chocolate pieces by using a White Chocolate Bar πŸ™‚

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    Sarah Mills
    11th November 2015

    I would make a white chocolate and strawberry ice cream sundae!

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    jo liddement
    11th November 2015

    White chocolate mousse with the Divine white choclate

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    A M
    11th November 2015

    I’d make a lovely pavlova and I’d use the white chocolate and strawberry Divine bar

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    Karen B
    11th November 2015

    I think it would be a Millionaire Shortbread covered in the milk chocolate with toffee and sea salt.

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    claire fawkner
    11th November 2015

    Divine Truffles and Treats – Mine kind of food! Would love to create the original x

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    Layla Thomas
    11th November 2015

    I’d try the Chocolate, Orange and Ginger as a Hot Chocolate with a dash of Brandy.

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    Tammy Westrup
    11th November 2015

    I would make a chocolate cake and melt the white chocolate over the top!

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    Mark Turner
    12th November 2015

    I would love to make chocolate fudge cake – it could either be with custard or cream!!

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    elaine stokes
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate chip cookies, with chunks of all the chocolate

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    Rebecca Isles
    12th November 2015

    I would make triple chocolate cookies, or possibly a chocolate mousse,

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    Melanie Southey-Hill
    12th November 2015

    I’d make chocolate brownies using the orange chocolate or just some simple cookies with choc chunks πŸ™‚

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    donna l jones
    12th November 2015

    Orange and olive oil sounds interesting

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    caroline doherty
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate cupcakes

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    ella money
    12th November 2015

    you can not go wrong with a classic chocolate brownie and it would be that bit more decedent with the divine milk chocolate with whole almonds bar crushed into it !

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    Krzysia
    12th November 2015

    You just can’t beat Brownies made with Divine’s delicious dark chocolate.

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    emily henderson
    12th November 2015

    gooey triple chocolate brownies with raspberries – using white, dark and milk chocolate

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    Jayne K
    12th November 2015

    Choc Chip Honey Cornbread sounds intriguing and I might try using Mint Dark Chocolate as a surprise flavour addition

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    iona
    12th November 2015

    I would love to usr Divine’s darkΒ raspberry chocolate to make a raspberry chocolate polenta cake. It sounds delicious xxx

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    Charlotte Hood
    12th November 2015

    I think I would make a chocolate mousse with the White Chocolate Bar, and decorate it with fruit and chocolate curls from the 85% Dark Chocolate Bar!

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    Emma Nash
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate brownies as they are my absolute favourite! I think chunks of a variety of the bars would be lovely in them but the Milk Chocolate and Almond bar would be my go-to choice!

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    ali thorpe
    12th November 2015

    I’d use a selection of them to make something I could give for gifts like Florentines. The Dark Chocolate and Raspberry would be first.

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    Amanda Young
    12th November 2015

    I would make some little cupcakes, and top them with the toffee and sea salt chocolate. Yummy!

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    Jamie
    12th November 2015

    I would use the 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar and would make brownies the recipes from my college teacher

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    Angie Hoggett
    12th November 2015

    I’d make squidgy Triple Chocolate Brownies using Milk, White & 70% Dark Bars and serve them with some vanilla ice cream with mroe grated chcoclate on top!

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    Kerry Lock
    12th November 2015

    I adore Divine Dark Chocolate .. I think I’d attempt to make dark chocolate and coconut brownies –

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    Anthea Holloway
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate brownies using the 70% dark chocolate – delicious!

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    Hayley Mulgrove
    12th November 2015

    I would a Chocolate Fudge cake would use the Milk Chocolate and would also put some white Chocolate in the too some where, yummmu

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    lisa tebbutt
    12th November 2015

    Divine is my favourite chocolate and i would share with my hubby and daughter yummy

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    Karen Howden
    12th November 2015

    Truffles are to die for

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    Rebecca Powell
    12th November 2015

    I would love to make a chocolate mousse using the white chocolate and strawberry bar

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    Michelle Phillips
    12th November 2015

    I’d keep it simple with Double chocolate chip cookie

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    Margaret Glover
    12th November 2015

    I would love to try the chocolate and raspberry bar and the orange and ginger.

  267. Leave a Reply

    Rachael Marsden
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate brownies with the chocolate orange bar

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    Chris Fletcher
    12th November 2015

    I’d like to make the truffles with the mango and coconut chocolate!

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    Em lou
    12th November 2015

    I’d make rice crispy cakes so me and my children could enjoy with orange chocolate!

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    Jenny Jones
    12th November 2015

    chocolate orange double chocolate cake and I would use devine chocolate & ginger to make the icing

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    Caroline Buckley
    12th November 2015

    I would use the white chocolate bar and make some white chocolate brownies

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    leonie owen
    12th November 2015

    a cherry favour one

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    Keshia Esgate
    12th November 2015

    Rice krispie cakes with Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger

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    Lindy Hine
    12th November 2015

    I’d use a White Chocolate bar to make White Chocolate & Pistachio Blondies. Yum – I love White Chocolate in anything!

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    Sheri Darby
    12th November 2015

    I’d use Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bars to make delicious brownies

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    Melanie Edjourian
    12th November 2015

    dark chocolate torte with amaretto with the dark choc bar, yum!

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    jessica cook
    12th November 2015

    i’d use the milk chocolate to make a yule log with grated white chocolate on top like snow

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    Victoria Cunniff
    12th November 2015

    I’d use the dark chocolate and mango to make some tropical brownies and throw in some candied orange peel, pineapple and lemon zest

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Ooh, I like the sound of your tropical brownies Victoria πŸ™‚

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    Kristy Brown
    12th November 2015

    OOhh the classic chocolate truffles sound fantastic – and if I use the 70% dark choc bar I would get them all to me!

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    Angela Paull
    12th November 2015

    Brownies are always very popular in our house – I’d use the 70% dark chocolate – yum

  281. Leave a Reply

    Chantel L
    12th November 2015

    It would have to be a festive Yule Log with a Divine Dark bar.

  282. Leave a Reply

    Sarah N
    12th November 2015

    I think I’d like to make the chocolate chip cookies using the Mint Dark Chocolate Bar

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    Nancy Bradford
    12th November 2015

    I’d use the 85% dark chocolate to make some lovely chicken mole.

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    claire little
    12th November 2015

    The hazelnut & raspberry dark chocolate truffles sound wonderful so i’d have to try them first.

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    Diana
    12th November 2015

    I never tried Divine chocolates, so I probably would eat them all before I would make something out of it ! πŸ™‚

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    Jennifer Carroll
    12th November 2015

    White Chocolate Bar 100g in dark chocolate muffins with fresh raspberries

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    ellie spider
    12th November 2015

    I’d use the dark chocolate and orange and ginger bar and use it to make a beetroot and ginger chocolate cake πŸ™‚

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    Kimberley H
    12th November 2015

    Standard chocolate sponge cake. But COVVERRED in real chocolate, maybe the dark chocolate and raspberry?

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    Jessica Hutton
    13th November 2015

    I would use the white chocolate and make a white chocolate cake or cookies. Yummy xx

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    Jane Middleton
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate fudge cake decorated with white chocolate

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    Mandy S
    13th November 2015

    White Chocolate Truffles and would put some brandy in the mix…just to make it ‘Christmassy’

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    jamie millard
    13th November 2015

    i’d like to make some zingy chocolate brownies using the β€’70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar 100g

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    Loredana
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate cornflakes rocks or roses.
    I’d use the milk chocolate bar, delicious!

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    tony houghton
    13th November 2015

    it would have to be chocolate rice crispie cakes with the 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

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    Heather
    13th November 2015

    I would make some christmas cookies with the dark chocolate mint, but so many options! the white chocolate and pistachio blondies sound wonderfully delicious x

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    Kristina Bates
    13th November 2015

    Truffles using the toffee and salt bar (with dark choc shavings to coat)

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    Spencer Broadley
    13th November 2015

    chocolate chip cookies using the Milk Chocolate with Whole Almonds – yummy yummy

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    Kay Foster
    13th November 2015

    I would make ‘Chocolate Clusters’, my niece told me to get lots of mixed seeds, nut and dried fruit such as cranberry, melt which ever flavour you fancy, (I like 72% dark with mango and coconut) add nut, seed and fruit. Make little balls ( I use cling film to wrap them in ), pop in the fridge then you have a perfect snack.

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    justine meyer
    13th November 2015

    I would make chocolate fudge cake for my son as a treat and use the orange chocolate bar x

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    Pat Stubbs
    13th November 2015

    Rachel Khoo’s Grown Up Chocolate Pudding using dark chocolate with ginger

  301. Leave a Reply

    kim wallace
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate torte using the dark orange and ginger chocolate bar

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    Alison Barker
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate and orange mousse with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger Bar 100g

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    Maria Jane Knight
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate Brownies with raspberries, nuts and white chocolate chunks. Using the Divine 70% Dark Chocolate

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    kelly morgan
    13th November 2015

    milk chocolate and shredded coconut balls using the milk chocolate

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    Rennene Hartland
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate and Orange Cake with a chocolate Toffee and Sea Salt ganache and i would use
    Orange Milk Chocolate Bar for the cake and Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt for the ganache

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    lisa baker
    13th November 2015

    White Chocolate Cake using White Chocolate with Strawberry Bars

  307. Leave a Reply

    Julie Chilton
    13th November 2015

    I would make a chocolate and beetroot cake with the 70% dark Choc and ginger bar.

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    Kay Broomfield
    13th November 2015

    Chocolate Digestive Cake sounds yummy and I’d make it with the 70% dark chocolate bar!

  309. Leave a Reply

    Emily Hutchinson
    13th November 2015

    I’d use mango and coconut to make topical tasting Christmas tree decorations!

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    Milly Y
    13th November 2015

    I’m not the best of bakers, so I’d do a rocky road traybake – looks a lot more impressive than it is!!

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    lyndsey
    13th November 2015

    the orange chocolate bar and i would make a cake

  312. Leave a Reply

    lorraine Evemy
    13th November 2015

    A really divine prize, i would use mine to make a really special christmas yule log.

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Lovely idea Lorraine. I haven’t made a yule log in a very long time and maybe it’s about time I did.

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    kellie herridge
    13th November 2015

    Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt and i would add almond nuts.

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    sairz eastham
    13th November 2015

    Ohh the raspberry truffles, with the dark chocolate and raspberry chocolate, they sound lovely

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    Denielle Nicol
    13th November 2015

    The chocolate chip cookies

  316. Leave a Reply

    heather tinkler
    13th November 2015

    I would love to make a chocolate soufflΓ© with the White Chocolate with Strawberry Bar. Yummy!

  317. Leave a Reply

    LEE HARDY
    13th November 2015

    I would love to make chocolate guiness cake

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    Rebecca Townsend
    13th November 2015

    I’d make a Yule Log using the Dark Chocolate with Orange & Ginger

  319. Leave a Reply

    Jill fairbank
    13th November 2015

    Would love to make a Yule log for Christmas

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    Ann Skamarauskas
    13th November 2015

    Divine dark chocolate with ginger and orange – bliss – surely it must be part of my 5 a day?

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    Gemma Cook
    13th November 2015

    I would love to make chocolate chip cookies with the Milk Chocolate and with dark chocolate and raspberry xxx

  322. Leave a Reply

    alice lightning
    13th November 2015

    chocolate mousse using dark choc mango and coconut bar

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    Amy Lambert
    13th November 2015

    I would use the chocolate orange flavour chocolate to make a chocolate orange cheesecake

  324. Leave a Reply

    Emma
    13th November 2015

    Choc cake with hazelnut and raspberry

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    Angela Williams
    13th November 2015

    I would use the Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt over some toffee and banana cake

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    Ingrid W
    13th November 2015

    I would use the 70% Dark with mango and coconut for a variation on Jack Monroe’s “My Cakeys” a simple cereal-and-chocolate recipe that goes down well with all my friends!

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Ooh, I haven’t heard of that one. Will have to check it out Ingrid.

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    Claire Nelson
    13th November 2015

    I would attempt to make a cake of some description (not very good at baking to be honest) and use the toffee and sea salt chocolate for icing – yum!

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    sue mcdermott
    13th November 2015

    I’m planning on making lots of chocolate truffles as Christmas presents, I would use the 70% dark chocoate bar

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    Clare Hubbard
    13th November 2015

    I would love to make some melt in the mouth chocolate brownies, all the chocolates sound like they would be great for it but personally I would choose dark chocolate and raspberry πŸ™‚

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    Victoria Prince
    13th November 2015

    I would most like to make chocolate truffles (to go in mum’s christmas chocolate hamper!) and I would use the 70% Dark Chocolate bar. Though I would love to try making some with the 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Bar too!

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    Joanne Exley
    13th November 2015

    I would make chocolate rice krispie buns using the white chocolate and strawberry bar

  332. Leave a Reply

    Joanne Exley
    13th November 2015

    rice krispie buns using the white chocolate and strawberry bar.

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    Kirsty Woods
    13th November 2015

    I would make a white chocolate mousse

  334. Leave a Reply

    Karen Richards
    13th November 2015

    I would use the white chocolate and strawberry bar and make some homemade cookies.

  335. Leave a Reply

    Anneka Hulse
    13th November 2015

    Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt chocolate fudge cake

  336. Leave a Reply

    Hayley Colburn
    13th November 2015

    I am a bit of a beginner so I would make chocolate brownies with the chocolate orange

  337. Leave a Reply

    Brtenda Wilkes
    13th November 2015

    I would use the 70% Dark Chocolate to cover my Christmas Log Cake.

  338. Leave a Reply

    Em S
    13th November 2015

    I would use the milk chocolate and almond Divine chocolate bar to make the most delicious brownie traybake.

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    Laura Vitty
    13th November 2015

    I’d make a chocolate mousse with the 85% dark bar, with my new MagiMix processor. I’d pick that bar because I adore dark chocolate x

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    Tamsin Dean
    13th November 2015

    Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt sounds yummy

  341. Leave a Reply

    tishist
    13th November 2015

    I’d use the White Chocolate Bar grated on top of a cheesecake

  342. Leave a Reply

    Shirley Evans
    13th November 2015

    I would make chocolate cake using the darkest chocolate possible.

  343. Leave a Reply

    Kelly Hirst
    13th November 2015

    I’d love to make a cheesecake using the 38% Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt bar

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