Hooray, We Should Cocoa is three today. We’re going to celebrate this month big time. To get you in the mood, scroll down to see ten Tin and Thyme chocolate showstopper cakes.
We Should Cocoa
I’d like to thank each and every one of you who has participated in We Should Cocoa over the last year. This would not be the remarkable event it is without you and your astounding creativity. I’d also like to thank this year’s guest hosts who have done such a wonderful job of devising themes, shepherding the entries and then corralling them in the round-up. These brave souls have helped to keep the We Should Cocoa challenge going.
- Hungry Hinny – Pumpkins
- Franglais Kitchen – Bread
- Blue Kitchen Bakes – Ginger
- The KitchenMaid – Fame
- Allotment 2 Kitchen – Mango
- A Kick at the Pantry Door – Mint
- Elizabeth’s Kitchen – Chocolates
We bid a sad farewell to WSC co-creator Chele of The Chocolate Teapot who has now retired from blogging. Without her this challenge would never have happened and nor would we have this logo. Thank you Chele.
So what of this month’s theme? Inspired by the recent first episode of the Great British Bake Off (series 4), I am challenging you all to come up with your very own Chocolate Showstopper Cake. For those who have not seen GBBO, I’m asking for a chocolate cake that is fit to be the centrepiece of a #WeShouldCocoa anniversary party. Be as over or under stated as you like, make it as large or as small as you like, but the predominant flavour must be chocolate and it must be one cake.
10 Chocolate Showstopper Cakes
Here’s my top ten. They may not be everyone’s idea of showstoppers, but I was rather pleased with them.
|Easter Guinness Cake|
|Hazelnut Apple Chocolate Cake|
|Orange Cardamom Chocolate Cake|
|Four Bar Chocolate Fudge Cake|
|Triple Layer Chocolate Matcha Cake|
|Praline Chocolate Coffee Cake|
Chocolate Chilli Cake with Aprioct Buttercream and Chocolate Ganache Icing for We Should Cocoa’s 1st anniversary