The Great Chocolate Bake Off

The Chocolate Museum will be celebrating its First Anniversary with an all-day event on Saturday 15 March!

Untitled_3There will be film screenings for children and adults, a live chocolate sculpture mounting, a drop-in kids’ workshop and the unveiling of a new, permanent exhibition! The museum will also host The Great Chocolate Bake Off in the afternoon: why don’t you take part?

The Great Chocolate Bake Off is open to everyone. All participants will be able to taste and judge all the cakes, get the napkins ready… The winners of best Taste, best Appearance and best Texture will bring home chocolate gifts from The Chocolate Museum and Chocmotif. So if you love baking chocolate cakes, enter the competition! Email the museum for more info.

Here is the programme of the day:

bigger-411am-1pm: DROP-IN CHILDREN CHOCOLATE MAKING WORKSHOP
+ MOVIES & COOKIES: Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

2pm-5pm: THE GREAT CHOCOLATE BAKE OFF (see below)
+ FILM SCREENINGS

5.30pm: UNVEILING of COCOA & SLAVERY EXHIBITION + talk by Cumali Ogel

6pm-11pm: FOOD & DRINKS + DOCUMENTARY FILMS SCREENING

A bit about the museum:

The museum is situated in a small building on Ferndale Road, off of Brixton Road. Formed in December 2012 by Melange Chocolate Shop operator Isabelle Alaya, it is a budding organisation, half-exhibit and half-shop, that adds another element to chocolate lovers’ obsession with the food: the history.

The museum displays exhibit proudly, while also offering chocolate bars and truffles from UK Artisan Chocolatiers, hot chocolate, free tastings, workshops, and special gifts for holidays such as Mother’s Day and Easter.

If you need some chocolate cake inspiration, see below:

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Yum! Time to raid the fridge…


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Shapa Begum

About Shapa Begum

Hi, I’m Shapa Begum, Blog Editor. Born and raised in East Dulwich, I love what I do here at Dulwich OnView, I’m absolutely passionate about south London and reaching out to local communities – you can read about my favourite Dulwich spots on Time Out London and Completely London blog. My role goes beyond editing, I write, review, participate in conferences/events, attend local happenings and oversee the marketing. There’s no rest for the wicked! When not working, I love to read, write, visit museums and spend time with my loved ones.
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