So here we go:
chocolate oatmeal porridge, something I'm not likely to indulge in very often for breakfast as although I have a sweet tooth, I prefer to at least start the day on a healthy note. Having said that, the chocolate was 70% cocoa and the porridge was made with a water & milk mix.
dark chocolate and prune plait came from Laura's excellent blog How to Cook Good Food. A fellow member of the Real Bread Campaign, Laura is passionate about making bread and teaching others to do so.
chocolate American pancakes are not knew to Angela of Garden, Tea, Cakes and Me. It seems they make a regular appearance at the weekend breakfast table and I can quite see why.
apple cinnamon chocolate braid has hopefully conquered her fear and we will see many loaves more loaves in the future.
rose tea and chocolate swirl loaf.
spiced chocolate breakfast loaf.
chocolate chilli and pecan muffins made by The Garden Deli with her own home grown chillies.
porridge with chocolate sauce swirled over the top.
refined-sugar free chocolate almond granola - once she'd got over the shock of chocolate for breakfast that is!
Black Forrest Waffles for supper, but suspected some might like them for breakfast.
chocolate brioche rolls. Just as well CT wasn't around or he would have scoffed the lot.
healthy hot chocolate breakfast smoothies using the ancient Aztec ingredients of chocolate, chia seeds and avocado.
pain au chocolate. I was hoping someone would be brave enough to give them a go. Caroline of Caroline Makes did not let me down and one of these dunked in some hot chocolate would be perfect.
mixed fruit and chocolate chip bread wreath from Michelle of Utterly Scrummy Food for Families.