How to Celebrate National Chocolate Week 2019

It’s that time of year again and we are very excited to bring you the following round up of beautiful and chocolatey treats for National Chocolate Week: 14-20th October 2019.

Peruvian chocolate treats at LIMA London in Fitzrovia

Fancy something a little bit different this Chocolate Week? Head to the Peruvian restaurant Lima for their Chocolate mousse. Made with avocado, 75% chocolate and a hit of rocoto pepper (£9) this fresh Peruvian dessert is a great alternative to a traditional chocolate mousse. Served with beautiful edible flowers, LIMA has created a dish for that all-important Instagram shot.

(Featured image is the LIMA London Avocado Chocolate Mousse)

For a sweet tooth, choose Jude’s

Jude’s, the Hampshire based family business, is dedicated to crafting the world’s tastiest treats. For Chocolate Week 2019, featuring Jude’s iconic stripes, let the chocolate feast begin! First for a nostalgic milkshake experience for grown-ups; the chocolate milkshake, crafted with a cocoa blend for a smooth chocolatey treat. Secondly, Jude’s Low Cal Vegan Chocolate, for those looking for lower calorie and sugar free products. Finally, for the ultimate indulgence, Jude’s infamous Gooey Chocolate Brownie, made with fresh cream and a gooey chocolate swirl.

Available in selected Sainsbury’s stores, subject to availability. Not available in centrals and locals.

A limited-edition chocolate treat at Sanderson

To celebrate National Chocolate Week, the Restaurant at Sanderson hotel, situated moments from Oxford Circus, is launching a seriously chocolatey, limited-edition dessert. Available from the 14th – 20th October and costing £11, this spectacular sweet treat is made with Valrhona white, milk and dark chocolate mousse coated in milk chocolate and nibbed hazelnut with a Dulcey chocolate chantilly and cocoa sorbet, offering guests the perfect chocolate fix this October.

Head to the Cornish coast this Chocolate Week

If you happen to be enjoying the autumn sun in Cornwall, why not head to Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin-starred restaurant Paul Ainsworth at No.6 in Padstow for this elegant chocolate dessert? Made with Tulakalum 75% grand cru chocolate and served with pistachios, olive oil sponge and caramac (£12), the chocolate gives the dish bitter notes, lifted by the sweet caramac whilst the pistachios add a delightful crunch.

The ultimate tarte au chocolat at Les Platanes

For a truly indulgent dish this chocolate week, head to Les Platanes in the heart of Mayfair for this classic French dessert. Using the finest dark chocolate, the bistrot deluxe’s Tarte au chocolat 85% cacao is a rich yet balanced treat for even the most diehard chocolate lovers.

Enjoy Masterchef: The Professionals’ Monica Galetti’s signature chocolate Hokey Pokey pudding at Mere

Who better to put your faith in this Chocolate Week than the one and only Monica Galetti. Her signature chocolate Hokey Pokey pudding, available exclusively at Mere (Charlotte Street) is a luxurious combination of Manjari cremeux, salted toffee, honeycomb ice cream and a gel made with New Zealand’s famed Lemon & Paeroa drink.

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