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Welcome to Choc on Choc!
Based in the heart of the Somerset countryside, we create beautiful handmade chocolate gifts from the finest Belgian chocolates. Whatever the occasion, we’re bound to have the perfect present for you or your loved ones.
Shop our adorable and quirky creations, and choose from an enormous range of unique and exciting gifts, including chocolate cheese boards, chocolate animals, wedding favours, and much more. We even offer a bespoke service for special birthdays or corporate events.
Founded in 2003 by father/daughter duo, Kerr Dunlop and Flo Broughton, Choc on Choc has grown from a tiny team of three to an award-winning independent business. Plus, with free delivery on all orders over £40, there’s no reason not to treat yourself!
Choc on Choc is constantly reinventing the chocolate wheel and bringing new creations to the table. But at the same time, we’re proud to say that our customers keep on coming back for our delectable designs again and again.
But in the wider, ruthless world of chocolate, not everything lasts forever. Remembering and repeating this mantra is essential to getting through the national tragedy of beloved chocolate bars being discontinued. The chocolate bar graveyard is full of weird and wonderful chocolatey inventions that are no longer – either because they weren’t popular enough, or they were just a downright flop.
Here are some of the chocolate bars that never really took off.
This lighter version of the classic Mars bar was taken off shelves in 2008, a mere four years after it was launched. There have been many petitions online to bring it back, but to no avail.
This variant of the Boost chocolate bar was a milk chocolate bar with a caramel and toasted coconut centre. Sadly, it never really took off, and was discontinued way back in 1994.
It may sound like a version of the chilli chocolate on shelves today, but this, in fact, was Cadbury’s homage to the Spice Girls, launched at the height of their success in 1997. The box of chocolates remains a mystery today, but it’s safe to say the collection didn’t last quite as long as the band.
Banana Milky Way
In 2000, Mars launched a limited edition banana flavoured Milky Way, and yes, it was yellow on the inside. It followed on from an earlier trial of a strawberry flavoured Milky Way. It was on shelves for four weeks, at the price of 15p. Needless to say, it didn’t last any longer than that.
When it comes to breakfast, you really are spoiled for choice.
You could have our delicious solid white Belgian chocolate avocado, filled with a gloriously indulgent caramel truffle. Or, if you’re feeling adventurous, you could have a dip with our chocolate-filled eggs with chocolate toast soldiers.
And now, Pancake Day is upon is, meaning there’s no better time to indulge in some chocolate. Pancakes, too, of course – but who can have pancakes without some chocolate?
Here are a few recipes to get you through the day.
This ultra-chocolatey BBC Good Food recipe for chocolate pancakes will test even the most dedicated chocoholics.
In a bowl, mix 1 cup of milk, an egg and 2 tablespoons of melted butter and whisk the mixture until blended. In a separate bowl, combine 1 cup of all-purpose flour, 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, ¼ cup of sugar, ½ teaspoon baking soda and ½ teaspoon of salt. Combine the two mixtures and whisk.
Heat a saucepan on a medium heat until hot, then pour ¼ cup of batter and cook for 1-2 minutes. Flip, and cook on the other side until you can’t resist it any longer.
Chocolate chip pancakes
If you fancy a bit less chocolate in your pancake, then try this Genius Kitchen recipe on for size.
Combine 1 ¼ cups flour, 1 tablespoon sugar, ¼ teaspoon cinnamon, ¼ teaspoon salt and 1 tablespoon baking powder in a bowl. In a separate bowl, mix together 4 tablespoons melted butter, 1 cup milk, 2 eggs and ¾ teaspoon vanilla, before mixing both bowls together until smooth.
Then fold 1/3 cup chocolate chips into the mixture (dark, milk or white – your choice). Pour a pancake-sized amount of the batter in a pan and flip when required.
If you want to add some more chocolate to one of the above recipes, or you want to add a chocolate twist to regular pancakes, you won’t go wrong with this Martha Stewart recipe for chocolate ganache.
Put 8 ounces of finely chopped (or grated) bitter sweet chocolate in a large heatproof bowl, then bring 1 cup of heavy cream to the boil over a medium high heat. Pour the chocolate over, then let it stand for ten minutes. Stir until smooth, then pour liberally over your pancakes.