We Should Cocoa – The August 2015 Challenge

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It’s August, it’s summer and it’s the holiday season – at least it is in this part of the world. So for a free and easy holiday feel, it’s anything goes for this month’s We Should Cocoa.

We Should CocoaAnything goes as long as it has chocolate as a principle ingredient of course. A drizzle over ice-cream or a grating over a cake won’t quite do, but let your imaginations run riot, your whisks beat up a storm in the kitchen, get into the holiday mood and enjoy that chocolate.

Do take a look at last month’s Blueberry round-up if you haven’t already. Initial doubt as to whether blueberries and chocolate go together were assuaged with everyone finding the combination much better than they expected.

Entries are via the linky at the bottom of this post and need to be in by midnight on 25th August. Please link to this post, the We Should Cocoa page or Tin and Thyme. If tweeting or instagramming, do use #WeShouldCocoa and me @Choclette8 and I will endeavour to retweet and like all I see. A full round-up of entries will be posted by the end of the month. You can read the full rules on the We Should Cocoa page.

If you’d like to host a future We Should Cocoa, there are plenty of slots available. Do get in touch.


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    1st August 2015

    Yay!!! Anything goes! Snap for Simply Eggcellent. It’s all I can cope with this month!!

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      1st August 2015

      I think many of us are feeling exhausted, so it will be good not to have complicated challenges to worry about too 😉

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    Sarah James
    19th August 2015

    Hi Choclette, just added my Courgette Brownies. Wasn’t thinking straight & I’ve gone & put my own name in the linky instead of the title, reckon my brain has gone to sleep! Apologies 🙂

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      26th August 2015

      No problem Lucy. I haven’t started the round-up yet, so just let me know when you’ve done it.

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