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For May, I'm delighted to say Laura of How to Cook Good Food will be guest hosting We Should Cocoa. Do head over to her blog on the 1st of May to find out what she is going to challenge us with. We will be reverting to the use of e-mail as stated in the We Should Cocoa guidelines as there are some issues around using Linky Tools.
cream cheese brownies.
chocolate cheesecake eggs.
Easter egg daisy cakes.
chocolate orange daisy cake she made for her inaugural Clandestine Cake Club - lucky lot!
Black, white or not cheesecakes from Ros of The more than occasional baker are sublime. Not only did she get cheese and chocolate into these lovely layers, but she also sneaked some of her favourite peanut butter too. Then to top it all (literally), she made some cute little gold chocolate bars.
pear and chocolate filo tarts sound quite delicious.
chocolate cheese truffles from Snowy of Cookbooks Galore sound splendid and a relatively simple way of whipping up a real treat.
Marble cheesecake - need I say more!
cream cheese, rhubarb and chocolate cupcakes - they look so pretty too.
Minstrel cookies are made with cream cheese rather than egg - perfect for WSC.
double chocolate cheesecake muffins, her first WSC entry. When she described the result as fudgy, I was completely won over.
chocolate dipped cannoli. Filled with Amaretto, chocolate and ricotta, these had me going weak at the knees.
chocolate Philadelphia fudge cheesecake looks creamy, mousse like and delicious.
raspberry, white chocolate and mascarpone tartlets are from WSC first timer Under the Blue Gum Tree. Not only do these have both white chocolate and cocoa in the recipe, but the pastry is made from cream cheese and the filling with mascarpone - a double whammy of both cheese and chocolate :)
chocolate olive oil cupcakes with a goat's cheese frosting provocatively peeping from a cherry tree branch - or at least you might be if you were passing the garden of Fleur from Homemade by Fleur. Unusual these might be, but Fleur reckons they are possibly the best cupcakes she's ever made AND it confirms this winning combination of goat's cheese and chocolate.
fig, goat's cheese & chocolate tartlets and with the addition of honey and walnuts they sound absolutely divine.
chocolate ricotta scones.
mascarpone and apple curd tarts with their hidden chocolate layer are something I will be making again, using whatever fruit curd I have made - maybe rhubarb would be good.
oat's cheese and chocolate salad sounds so very delicious, I hope this won't be Foodycat's first and only WSC entry.
white chocolate dipped cake pops by Jo of Comfort Bites. For the filling, Jo has used cream cheese to bind Madeira cake together - what a good idea.
cream cheese and chocolate muffins from WSC first timer Amy of lazybaking. Described as "nice and gooey" - I am sold.
chocolate cheesecake blondies from Jean of Baking in Franglais. If these are to be on offer at Jean's cake stall in November, I shall be visiting!
chocolate nut roast with chocolate gravy.
banana peanut butter cake was born - a banana cake, sandwiched and frosted with peanut butter cream cheese icing & topped with beautiful chocolate curls.
vanilla, cocoa and mascarpone millefeuille with popping candy garnish.
chocolate philadelphia macarons. But these are macarons with a twist - no not choccy philly, although they do contain that too, but even better, hazelnuts.
chocolate caramel cups look from Urvashi of Botanical Baker. Of course to make them look as pretty as this, you need to be a lot more adept at piping than I am. Maybe I should have attended the London Chocolate Festival where Urvashi was demonstrating these.
chocolate fruit and nut crispy cakes as things are looking a bit gloomy over at Belleau Kitchen as they are Dom's last sweet treat for a while - apparently!
chocolate swirl cake hiding in The KitchenMaid's fridge. The question is, why did it take her so long to make it?
chocolate cheesecake cupcakes from What I Baked This Weekend. This is the first recipe I've seen from the new Marian Keyes' book.
baked ricotta cakes, watercress and a chocolate balsamic dressing.
chocolate cream cheese pound cake from Kit of Lost in Austen. Unusually, the cream cheese forms part of the cake batter in this most attractive of cakes.
Snickers cheesecake loaf - see this and salivate :0