Saturday, August 18, 2012

Sabato ‘Valrhona Chocolate’ Giveaway!

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Here’s something all our sweet toothed fans are going to love! 
The lovely people at Sabato have given us three Valrhona Chocolate packs like the one picture above, to give away.
Each pack (valued at over $45) contains some recipe cards, Valrhona chocolate pearls, Valrhona chocolate feves and Valrhona cocoa powder.
To be in to win one of the packs, leave us a comment below (click where it says ‘comments’ next to the ‘posted by’ information) telling us something you would make if you were a lucky recipient. 
Winners will be announced on our Facebook page and our blog site, so check back so see if you are a winner.  If you don’t mind, leave us your email address to make it easier for us to contact you if you are a winner.
The competition closes 5pm Sunday 19th August – that’s tomorrow so get in quick!
Check out the Sabato website for recipe ideas or visit them on Facebook.
Open to New Zealand residents only.  Winners will be chosen at random and contacted once the competition closes.  If we have not been able to contact a winner by 5pm Monday 20th, their prize will be re-drawn.



144 comments:

  1. Mmmm I love Valrhona chocolate and how lovely it would be to win one of these packs. I've had my eye on making this Salted Caramel Six-Layer Chocolate Cake (link below). I'll send you a slice :-)
    Fiona
    berwynfarm@gmail.com

    http://www.thebittenword.com/thebittenword/2011/11/thanksgiving-2011-salted-caramel-six-layer-chocolate-cake.html

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  2. I would make a great layered deep chocolate mouuse, the main ingredient would be avocado and cream cheese. All of the winning ingredients would be in there as a steepled or layered surprise for the consumer. Now im off for breakfast!
    Carole Marfell
    xxKxx@xtra.co.nz

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  3. been wanting to play around with a good chocolate tart recipe so definitely need decadent chocolate :)

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  4. OOOOH! Lovely!! I have my son's 5th birthday coming up and he LURVES chocolate cake - I am making a chocolate treasure chest with chocolate butter cream...and thoose lovely chocolate ingredients!!
    Rashida
    rlongley@yahoo.co.uk

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  5. yum!!! i would totally use them to make your chocolate cheese cake for my partners upcoming birthday. http://www.bakingmakesthingsbetter.com/2011/01/chocolate-cheesecake.html

    Anastasia Kerr
    stasia102@hotmail.co.nz

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  6. I've always wanted to try to make a red velvet cake so I'd give that a whirl.

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  7. Wow would love to do some awesome baking with this pack! Loving the site, and all the fantastic recipes and photos.
    Natalie natrob@xtra.co.nz

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  8. Oh yummo, I so need to organise cake for our oldest daughters 20th Birthday and this prize would be spectacular

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  9. Yum! What an awesome prize!! Thanks for a chance to win :0)
    ruchris@xtra.co.nz

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  10. What a lovely prize for someone.Such great tasting chocolate would make our favourite cake and cheesecake even tasteb better just in time for celebrating Fathers Day too

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  11. Wohoo! What an awesome giveaway pack - my minds racing with all the possibilities :) Thanks for the competition and for a great site :)
    jenford01@gmail.com

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  12. Wow I would love to win this! There's so many things I would like to make I don't know where to start. Some things I would like to make would be a chocolate mousse cake to share with my friends at Uni, the peanut choc slice which I have been wanting to try and some of my Mum's delicious rich chocolate brownie!
    liongirl_12@hotmail.com

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  13. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i wanna make a salted caramel tart oh and red velvet cupcakes!! Everyone loves my red velvet cupcakes and this would make them super amazing!!

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  14. Pretty pretty please I would love one of these. I can NEVER afford to buy ingredients like that and I would have such fun trying to make things that I have never tried before. Thank you to Sabato for making this giveaway possible and for us to enter.
    Cheers

    hazard93@hotmail.com

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  15. I love baking anything chocolate, so would absolutely love to win this pack (my chocolate loving son would love me to win too).

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  16. What an amazing prize! Thanks for having a giveaway!

    Debbie P

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  17. I would LOVE to win this pack! My husband's 40th is in ONE WEEK and he has requested a Black Forest Torte. The recipe I have chosen is quite decadent and I would want to use the very best of ingredients as I am serving it to family/friends and this gift pack is just the ticket!

    Recipe link: http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipe/621/Black-forest-cake

    robyn@rickdavidson.com

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  18. I would make cookies. So many cookies =)
    courtney.crump@hotmail.com

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  19. I would attempt a rum, orange, rocky road fudge cake topped with rich chocolate!! different i know but will be fun!!

    Traderkapiti@gmail.com

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  20. I would make chocolate square boxes filled with cream and berries . This would be a trial run for Christmas dessert as I love making a different item each year.
    I haven't brought this type of chocolate for a long time but its so good.
    Hannah

    hannahsmithx@hotmail

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  21. Ohhhhh num num nummmmm!!!

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  22. Fantastic giveaway! Definitely a Texas Millionaire's Chocolate Pie. I've had my eye on that one for a while now.
    Kelsy, phrauhauph@hotmail.com

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  23. I love really dark chocolate to use in sauces and jus for extra depth of flavour. I keep it beside my most-used oils and vinegars. And I love eating it too!

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  24. Oh yum ive been looking for a good quality chocolate to make mud cake with.

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  25. I would love to make a chocolate Gateaux. chocolate sponge, chocolate mousse and maybe a chocolate cremeux thrown in there too! then use the chocolate pearls as a decoration on the top. mmmMMmmm
    sarahunta@gmail.com

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  26. Yum! I could do so many great things with this prize. I do a delish decedent chocolate mud cake. Valrhona chocolate would make it even more amazing.
    Or a choc cherry ripe cake decorated with valrhona pearls, and my chocolate, raspberry and Barcardi cupcakes would definitely benefit from this prize.

    Rosy.

    rosyposy02@hotmail.com

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  27. I would love to win this amazing prize! I really want to make a Valrhona Chocolate crepe layer cake with butterscotch cream for my Fiance's birthday! To top it off, I'd garnish it with valrhona chocolate pearls :) My Fiance loves chocolate and these products would be perfect for an intense chocolate taste sensation!!

    Fingers crossed! ;)

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  28. Would like to make the ultimate chocolate cake - many years since I have tasted a decent one in a cafe or anywhere. Need to upskill my baking too ! Thanks for the chance. ravenraye@hotmail.com

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  29. gascheck@xtra.co.nzAugust 18, 2012 at 11:57 AM

    We are having a high tea as a girlie get together next weekend so I would make a triple chocolate cheesecake bite size of course and my famous chocolate brownies that I used to bake for cafe that I worked for before moving to Christchurch. Keep up the awesome work love your blog. Keep baking everyone !!!!

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  30. Oh I've always wanted to try Valrhona chocolate! What an exciting competition!

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  31. I would love to make a delicious mud cake also with some freshly made chocolate ice cream yummmm! email: hellokcitty@gmail.com. Thank you :)

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  32. Yummo! I would save mine for Christmas baking so I can share the decadence with friends and family.
    beverly.lowe@xtra.co.nz

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  33. I have the most insane choc mudcake recipe that this pack would make even better.. and you can't go wrong with chocolate tart!! tarinah@windowslive.com

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  34. Would love this chocolate prize giveaway strawberry season not far away dipped in melted chocolate cant wait I could make a Cameo Mousse Cake verrry nice Chocolate Chip Muffins baked with jam & cream cheese in the centre sounds good too.

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  35. Wow what wouldnt I make if I won this prize as I "LOVE" anything with chocolate. first my fave love is a real decadent chocolate cake with a chocolate mousse filling topped with a lovely chocolate ganache and then sprinkle some nuts or even cherries Mmmmmmm yummee and also put rasberry jam in with the mousse filling. I would then go online and do some research at all things chocolate to make and from there I would make chocolate recipes to my heats content. Am drooling and dreaming already.

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  36. I would love this prize!

    Email: rainedancer@gmail.com

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  37. YUM! I would definitely try you Double Chocolate Whoopie Pie Recipe if I won. Helen.n.mead@gmail.com

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  38. What a lovely prize! I would make a marbled chocolate cheesecake to say thankyou to my friends who are giving up their weekend to help me move house :)
    raewynjanet@gmail.com

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  39. MMMMmmmmm Chocolate, just what I need on these winter days when I am stuck in the house with my newborn cutie pie!
    sendjulzstuff@yahoo.com

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  40. Mmm...looks delish. I would start by making giant choc chip biscuits, followed by a choc fudge brownie..well thats if I don't eat the chocolate gift pack first!!
    morriesmum@hotmail.com

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  41. Wow this is a basket full of fun!!
    So much to create with these goodies, my mind is going crazy!
    Looks fabulous (ecspecially the chocolate pearls) :)

    sam.irvine@windowslive.com

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  42. I would make a yummy chocolate cheese cake with fresh berries on top served with vanilla bean ice cream - yum!
    justin.dahl@xtra.co.nz

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  43. wonderful i think i would have to go for the traditional deep chocolate brownie to hit that much craved rich moist chocolate urge.
    claremartin33@gmail.com

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  44. mmmm those chocotastic cookies look good to try!!!
    davehilary@paradise.net.nz

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  45. Yummy - I'd make a chocolate mud cake for my daughter's return home from uni which coincides with Father's Day and the yummiest chocolate brownies ever which is a recipe very close to the brownies from Pandoro bakery in Wellington because they're a huge family favourite and with the cocoa I'd make self saucing chocolate pudding - gosh so many possibilities ...

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  46. Ohh yum! I have been desperate to make a Chocolate Mousse Cake. A thick and creamy chocolate mousse layer sandwiched between two rich moist chocolate cake layers ... oh my mouth melts...
    jools.oliver@gmail.com

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  47. It's not what I'd make, it's what my 9 and 11 year old daughters would make! Cheesecake, cake, truffles... the list is limitless.

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  48. I would love to try making a chocolate opera cake, looks like a challenging fun cake and brilliant way to honor extra special chocolate worth savouring!

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  49. I have just bought my chocoholic daughter a bell stating "Ring for Chocolate" and we would be in 7th Heaven to win a prize like that to create our choccy recipes.


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  50. I'd make something for the cake sale we're having at work in aid of the SPCA cupcake sale.

    info@sasparillacat.co.nz

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  51. I would attempt for the first time ever, chocolate eclairs. Yummy, hopefully!
    kapaijt@hotmail.com

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  52. I would use the cocoa powder for delicious chocolate and berry muffins. summer2008@windowslive.com

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  53. Wow, this looks delicious. I'd make some truffles and other treats for my family. I'd love to win it as I've got Multiple Sclerosis and can't afford yummy treats.
    anna1kiwi@gmail.com

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  54. mmmmmmmm I would use it to make this absolutely wicked chocolate cake recipe I have, mind you I have loads of recipes I would love to try with it, heres hoping I win .........

    wolters@clear.net.nz

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  55. I would love to try and make Macadamia nut brittle which has a chocolate layer and also Sweet and Salty Crunchy Nut bars, oh and avocado chocolate fudge and Chocolate cake pops and.... well lots of gorgeous chocolatey things... what a wonderful prize! amberm@xtra.co.nz

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  56. Well it's freezing here in Christchurch today, so I would make my favourite mexican hot chocolate, laced with cinnamon chilli and vanilla. Yum.

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  57. I would use the chocolate to make my favourite chocolate cake with ganache and berries on top! Yum! khiggan@hotmail.com

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  58. I would use it to try and make some rich chocolate mousse for my husband as he loves chocolate. He finds it torture when I watch shows about chocolatiers.
    mrhappyish@yahoo.com

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  59. Yum! I would make dark chocolate butttermilk cake with chocolate ganache icing. katedowson03@gmail.com

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  60. I think chocolate mousse would be amazing

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  61. Mmm River Cafe's Chocolate Nemesis- in honour of the late Rose Gray.An amazing recipe from an amazing woman made with amazing ingredients and shared with good friends- an unforgettable experience I would love to share.suzanna@ihug.co.nz

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  62. On a TV show the other day a pastry chef was making a Tea and Chocolate mousse and he said to use good chocolate and Valrhona Choclate would be the prefect chocolate for that mousse.
    graham1972@hotmail.com

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  63. I would make my flatmates super happy!! Been on a cupcake rampage so definately would love to use this chocolate in some tasty treats!

    lizung@hotmail.co.nz

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  64. Salted Chocolate Cheesecake from the Woolworths mag my sister sent from Oz. Looks awesome. karla@byte-wise.com

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  65. My sister arrives from South Africa in 2 weeks time to celebrate her 50th birthday. Would make her a delicious chocolate tart to celebrate the milestone

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  66. My eldest child barely has a sweet tooth but the one thing she loves is American style Brownies so i would like to experiment with different recipes for her.
    ibnita@msn.com

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  67. Ruth Prettys Chocolate Amaretto Cheesecake. Mmm... jamieandpenny@ihug.co.nz

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  68. I would use this to make truffles for our wedding favours cheers

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  69. I'd make a huge chocolate cake for sure. You can't go wrong with chocolate cake.
    shellmunro@xtra.co.nz

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  70. Mmmm definitely mud cake or brownies although after reading some of the other comments I might just change my mind :) loclac@xtra.co.nz

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  71. Chilli and chocolate ice cream. Have wanted to try making this for a couple of weeks

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  72. I would make the Donna Hay Chocolate Mousse Cake! soph00@hotmail.com

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  73. What an amazing prize – I'd love to win! It's an age since I've made cupcakes, so I'd probably make some wonderfully chocolatey cupcakes, probably with some toasted hazelnuts thrown in!
    sharkyovengloves@gmail.com

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  74. This would be perfect! I would love to make rich chocolate orange cupcakes with a chocolate fudge icing with a little jaffa on top to finish them off.
    teganryan@windowslive.com

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  75. Chocolate macaroons and a chocolate mousse gateau. Nom nom nom

    minossheep@yahoo.co.nz

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  76. Ooh I would make some decadent truffles for gifts for some special friends.glendabateup@hotmail.com

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  77. I would make my famous chocolate brownies, the quality of the ingrediants just makes things taste sooooo much better!
    Hope McGuire
    hopis10@hotmail.com

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  78. I'm thinking a cheesecake and/or truffles! Thanks, alisajfitzgerald@gmail.com

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  79. Yummo! I've been wanting to try some good quality cocoa to see if it really does taste different.. So I'd make my usual chocolate cake to see! beccaph@xtra.co.nz

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  80. Looks divine , Wat a great pack. Will be great to make the chocolate mud cake for friends birthday coming up :-)

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  81. Oh I would make a devils food cake for my friends birthday! An ultimate chocolate devils food cake, with the gorgeous chocolate pearls, chocolate Swiss meringue buttercream!
    Oh yum, I want it now!

    Amy xx (amytinker01@gmail.com)

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  82. Alexandra MacGibbonAugust 19, 2012 at 9:09 AM

    A deliciously rich flourless chocolate cake, maybe try my hand at a Tiramisu with real espresso too and choc shavings on top. Plus some fresh hand made pain o chocolat pastries for a decadent weekend breakfast shared with my husband and toddler. mmm mmm chocoholics heaven!

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  83. I would love this, would be the perfect sweet treat
    aotearoabirdy@gmail.com

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  84. Either the chocolate moose cake from the Donna Hay Chocolate book or my grandmothers chocolate caramel slice!

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  85. awesome
    i-zayah@hotmail.com

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  86. Chocolate is ALWAYS good, except when you are baking up a storm and run out!!

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  87. Oh wow fantastic prize. I love Sabato! I would totally make a chocolate cherry tart.

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  88. Please enter me in the draw. I I would make a special chocolate berry cake for my hubby's birthday. I'll lovingly decorate it with the Valrhona chocolate pearls.

    Maricrisw at yahoo dot com

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  89. OMG YUM! To die for! Would love to win this - chocolate in any form is amazing!
    annagoble@windowslive.com

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  90. I would love to win one of these packs. ow the possibilities of what i could make. would definately make a yummy chocolate cake and chocolate brownies. And would save some to make a special cake hubbies birthday coming up in September :)
    rachkershaw@hotmail.co.nz

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  91. I'd be suited and booted with this haul, super!
    brenda-meech@hotmail.com

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  92. MMMMMMM! Definitely make a ganache for my fav cake http://www.foodmag.co.nz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1359&Itemid=56 or use in this cake here http://www.foodmag.co.nz/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1358 nothing like good quality chocolate!

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  93. Chocolate heaven....would have to be salted caramel chocolate slice.

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  94. I was planning on making chocolate truffles as wedding favors, so this would be a perfect way to create a wonderful treat for my guests.

    berny_oo@yahoo.com

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  95. OMG! The ultimate ingredient. I would have to make a rich Chocolate Fudge Cake. Yum Yum.

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  96. Its my Nanas 90th birthday on Tuesday so I would use it to make her Birthday cake to mark such a special day. Xx

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  97. xxxx So would love to win this pack! I have my daughters big 1yr Birthday coming up on the 26 August 2012 & this pack would be wonderful to work with as we have a lot of people coming for the celebration : )

    Fingers cross x

    Cheers
    Masina

    email: poihegatama@yahoo.co.nz

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  98. I reckon I'd make some little choc fondant puddings, which have some macerated prunes at the bottom. They go all gooey, and to get the choc right you need the prices of choc and the divine Valharoa cocoa powder. I've not found a better cocoa powder than Valharoa - seriously!

    Love your blog ....

    Emily (at) clicksuite.co.nz

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  99. I would make a raspberry and chocolate tart by crushing biscuits and mixing with melted butter to make a base then cover that in whole fresh raspberries before pouring a rich, glossy ganache (made with the valrhona choc)
    It's decadent and you only need a small slice but it's heaven served with a little whipped cream and more berries on the side! LUSH!

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  100. Oh my, delicious!! I would try chocolate fondants and truffles
    vickyedwards @ gmail .com

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  101. I would make yummy chocolate fondant puddings with a mix of gooey chocolate and salted caramel filling - This is the BEST cocoa powder ever! Yummy!

    Lysha
    simonandlysha@live.com

    PS have made so many of your recipes, love the white chocoalte cheesecake I made it for my mums birthday - was wonderfully received by all!

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  102. My daughter wants a Red Velvet Cake for her birthday and I would also like make a self saucing chocolate dessert or a decadent chocolate brownie.

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  103. ooh yummy, I would make some delicious treats for my workmates
    dacoolpuppy@hotmail.com

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  104. Probably be boring and make cupcakes or something :)

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  105. Awesome giveaway! If I win, I'd make a choc-a-holic brownie :)
    michelle_smith@xtra.co.nz

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  106. Yummo! My daughter and I would have fun with this! We would make brownies as they are our favourite!
    email: hayleeo_88@yahoo.co.nz

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  107. wow I would make my One pot chocolate mudcake -- Im drooling already!!!!

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  108. i would have a go at making a red velvet cake or cupcakes, have allways wanted to give them a go.

    stephanie.lynne@yahoo.co.nz

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  109. I've never tried Valrhona chocs. I'd use it in my fav chocolate brownie recipe...always a winner :)
    yvonnesolomon@hotmail.com

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  110. I've never tried this and would love to give it a go in my Lolly scramble cupcakes
    Kel_cutta@yahoo.co.nz
    Kelly blackie xx

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  111. YumO!!! CHOCOLATE! :)

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  112. Indulgent dark chocolate moose to go with a dark chocolate brownie.......Holy Yummmm!

    allymaree_lott@hotmail.com

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  113. choc pots de creme for sure! can't go wrong there!
    eden.hammond@hotmail.com

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  114. I'd love to give making a chocolate cheesecake a go and this would be definitely help !

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  115. Oh yum. I would make my husband a dark chocolate and sour cherry cake for his birthday in a fortnight :-)

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  116. oh yum! i would attempt to make chocolate coated mud cake balls. we're a bunch of oinkers in this family, so the more chocolate the better!

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  117. Yummm i would totally use this in my cooking ~ i love making sweet treats but normally cant afford the rich indulgent chocolate so make do with whatevers on sale! Thanks for the opporunity
    cheriandjoeltaylor2010@gmail.com

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  118. One thing I would definitely make, if I won a chocolate pack, is WHOOPEE !

    daleaway@lycos.com

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  119. I would love to make the Chocolate Kahlua cake that my husband loves or the Brownie pudding that my family loves.


    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  120. Oooooh yum! My birthday is coming up and i'd love to make a really decadent devil's food cake with lots of chocolate decorations. So this prize would be perfect!

    anna_hollamby@hotmail.com

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  121. yummo! cant decide what to make but would love to win and think on it

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  122. If I won this pack I would make some very special christmas goodies for the family. YUM!
    dana.gh@xtra.co.nz or dana.gamby-hull@asb.co.nz

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  123. I have never tried this brand before but am sure it would be great to use to make Hubby's birthday cake.

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  124. Chocolate nutella cupcakes would be at the top of my list! debs.ham@xtra.co.nz

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  125. YUM!!!! :)
    i would attempt to make chocolate coated mud cake balls.

    kerrynfindlater@gmail.com

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  126. Caramalised hazelnut tart with chocolate ganache - Yum!

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  127. I would be the best person in the world if I baked with good products like this! My family would go nuts.

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  128. Anything I make from it would be a treat, as my 3 year old is a diabetic, and we don't normally have things like this in the house. However, if I won it, I'd make him something so yummy for his upcoming birthday, and worry about the carbs later!

    tegray@xtra.co.nz :)

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  129. Chocolate Mud Cake

    keithandlesliewhitehead@yahoo.co.nz

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  130. Oh yummy I would love to win a pack and I would too make a chocolate mud cake my family favorite

    thesnells23@xtra.co.nz

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  131. I would have to make a chocolate and coffee mousse. So simple but delectable!

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  132. If I won this pack I would make some Afghan Biscuits with melted choc as icing and chocolate cheesecake

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  133. What a magnificent prize. I love to use good quality chocolate in my baking - I look forward to trying the Pearls in my Sante biscuits.
    franrich2011@gmail.com

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  134. I love baking using chocolate....we've just done quite a bit of it in class and im so in love NOM NOM NOM

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  135. Chocolate is a favourite in our house, would love to win to experiment with some new chocolate recipes!

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  136. ohhhh a hot choc made in a pot on the stove would be lovely, stampinwithme@hotmail.com

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  137. Valrhona Dark & White Tart looks amazing! Would definitely be giving that a whirl for my birthday on wednesday!
    mum2asher@hotmail.com
    steph ebzery

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  138. i would make a mississippi mud pie with extra chocolate or some mint choc truffles :)

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  139. I think I would end up making myself fat! Just sitting there eating it all :) Kidding, I would make super rich brownies.

    - I did tell you

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  140. I would make some delicious brownies to send to my sister in law who is due to have bubs no 3 and has just had the worst tummy bug go through her house - not cool!

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  141. I would make a triple layer chocolate cheesecake .... like the one I used too woo my husband - so decadent his freinds remembered it 5 years later!!!!!!

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  142. I'm thinking of so many things to make, but a decadent French Velvet Chocolate cake comes to mind first. This would be delicious.

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