We Should Cocoa #71 – The July 2016 Challenge
Gosh it’s the first of a new month. They seem to come round faster every time. This month is my birthday month and in a new tradition that I’m liking very much, it seems to be fine to celebrate the entire month through. So, I’m celebrating with We Should Cocoa by giving me and everyone else, one of the easiest challenges ever.
July is not only my birthday month, but CTs too. It was also my grandmother’s and grandfather’s and is shared by many of my friends. I almost know more people born in July than the rest of the entire year. So it really does seem fitting to celebrate the whole month. With an abundance of berries, you could create an extravagant chocolate gateau, beat the heat with some ice cream or just indulge yourself in a glorious hot chocolate. In fact you can make whatever you like as long as chocolate or cocoa feature as a main ingredient. So yes, it’s ANYTHING GOES.
Last month, Johanna over at Green Gourmet Giraffe kindly hosted the event. She chose Malt as the ingredient to pair with chocolate. If you haven’t yet seen her round-up of gorgeous malty chocolate creations, please do head over and take a look.
A reminder of the guidelines for entering #WeShouldCocoa
- Post your recipe on your blog – accompanying photographs would be nice. Do please make sure you have permission to use any photos that are not your own.
- Mention “We Should Cocoa” in your post and link back to Tin and Thyme.
- Only one entry per challenge please and it must be posted this month.
- Entry is via linky at the bottom of the post.
- Entries should be submitted no later than midnight of the 28th.
- The round up of entries will be posted on or before the last day of the month.
- Please use the #weshouldcocoa hashtag on Twitter and I will endeavour to retweet.
- Feel free to add your entry to the We Should Cocoa group board on Pinterest. If you are not already a member and would like to join, please ask me, Choclette.
- By linking up you are giving consent for your image to be included in the monthly round up as well as possibly being shared on social media channels such as Twitter and Pinterest.