I love trying out seasonal foods, and Easter has a particularly rich seam of international delicacies. There's only one problem. With the exception of the humble Easter egg, there doesn't seem to be quite enough chocolate on the menu. So when I was invited to host Choclette's We Should Cocoa event during April, my first thought was that Easter could certainly afford to get a little more chocolatey.
You don't have to be a Christian to enjoy traditional Easter dishes - but if you're celebrating a different springtime festival then please feel free to include recipes from other cultures as well.
The WSC rules:
- Post your recipe on your blog – accompanying photographs would be nice. Do please make sure you have permission to use any photos that are not your own.
- Mention “We Should Cocoa” in your post and link back to Chocolate Log Blog. You will find who is hosting each month’s challenge by looking on this page.
- Add your entry to the link-up below - just one entry per person, please.
- Entries should be submitted no later than midnight of the 25th of the month.
- The round up of entries will be posted on the relevant host’s blog on or before the last day of the month.
- The new challenge will be posted on the 1st of the month.
- Mention " We should Cocoa" in your post and post labels.
- Add the We Should Cocoa logo into your post. (You can download it from Choclette's WSC page.)
- If you're on Twitter, you can use the tag #weshouldcocoa and mention @choclette88 and @rachelcotterill - we will endeavour to retweet all that we see.
- Please feel free to add your entry to the We Should Cocoa group board on Pinterest. If you are not already a member and would like to join, please ask Choclette.