15 April 2009

Mayan Magic Chocolate Giveaway

OK, so who here likes chocolate?

Yep, I guessed that would be your answer! Well you are going to love this giveaway. I have a Mayan Chocolate Kit (suitable for vegetarians & vegans) to give away. But before that here are a few words from the company.














The Kit: Magic in the making
Creating delicious chocolate, made simple and fun.

The Mayan Magic chocolate-making kit is a brand new concept that gives you finest quality organic raw ingredients together with simple instructions to create exceptional chocolate from your own home.

Raw chocolate is made using unprocessed cacao powder that contains more than double the antioxidants of the processed variety and triple that of red wine.

The kit puts the fun and honesty back into chocolate, with no compromises on quality, flavour or health benefits. It is a perfect gift for children and adults alike.

So, I hear you ask, what do I have to do to win this fabulous prize?

Well, this is the easy part! All you have to do is think about what would the most heavenly chocolate bar would taste like. What would the bar or the filling be flavoured with?

Just leave me a comment before Wenesday 22 April 2009 and the best flavour wins.

36 comments:

  1. CHOCOLATE!!! WHOO!!

    Okay, now that I've calmed down, the best chocolate? Oh, but there are so many choices! Tart dried cherries and black pepper (just a teeny bit), coconut and cardamom, earle grey tea and ginger, caramel and orange--ooooh I could go on! What fun it would be to make your own! :)

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  2. OK Ricki, those are so good, I am not giving you time to decide, I am taking them all as your entry :)

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  3. Oh my, you are so generous to offer such a fabulous gift! Wow! Homemade chocolate!! Toooo cool!!

    Can I vote for Ricki to win? Her flavors sound incredible! :-)

    Personally, I love the blend of honey and chocolate, so I would envision a dark chocolate blended with a floral-tasting honey (tupelo, perhaps)...

    I still think Ricki's combo of earl grey tea and ginger rocks, though. :-)

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  4. Caramel and peanut butter me thinks, though I do like Ricki's suggestions too!

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  5. That does sound good Astra :)

    You guys are killing me here Lisa, I think I will have to break open my easter egg now for a chocolate fix!

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  6. I think dark chocolate with raspberry and a touch of lemon balm. Or orange zest with coconut cream and figs.

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  7. Hmmm... I think I would have to go with hazelnut and ginger with just a teeny bit of sea salt. But I have weird tastes!.

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  8. Yum...this sounds like a fine prize to win. I'd like to see chocolate with a dulce de leche filling.

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  9. I saw this in another blog! am i allowed to do this in 2 places?

    then i would like pomegranates & sweet cream in dark chocolate.

    or Saffron & Pistachios & Orange

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  10. I'm thinking dried apricots and orange liqueur.

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  11. Oh my gosh! i havent ever thought of making my own chocolate, in Australia all the vegan chocolate seems to be just plain dark chocolate, it would be such a treat to make my own....
    I think raspberry and lemon curd would make a fabulous flavour, yum! Its making my mouth water just thinking about it.
    :)

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  12. Awesome! I'm thinking maybe a gianduja shell with a whipped 70% cocoa filling, topped with a drizzle of the same dark chocolate... mmm!

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  13. Holler, that's a great give away!

    A bar of dark chocolate with toasted almond and apricot would make me very happy.

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  14. Wow -- "the best flavor wins?" Holler, dearling, please tell me you're not going to have to be the one to decide this. So many great flavors! I was thinking citron and cardamom, but that's child's play after Ricki's suggestions! Wowza!

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  15. Mmm, chocolate heaven is so hard to define... there are too many choices. But honestly, I think I'd have to go for something really simple like a rich, creamy mocha. The one they sell in Oxfam is my favourite ever (I used to volunteer there, so I'd treat myself to a bar every couple of weeks...)

    Whoever wins has to promise to blog the experience of making chocolate! :) (Though, if I don't win, I'm buying it anyway!!)

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  16. What a great giveaway! I would just go for a dark chocolate with a hint of vanilla.

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  17. We'd like it pure and simple: honey milk chocolate with pistachios.

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  18. I don't have to think about that too hard. BACON. I wish I could take credit for it, but I've seen it two places now. In a chocolate bar that is sold in the states as well as at my new fav restaurant in LA - Animal. They make a bacon chocolate bar that is to die for. Maybe I will have to get myself one of these Mayan Magic kits so I can try my hand at making it home. Bacon Chocolate Bar. Yum!

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  19. I actually don't fancy chocolate with different filling/flavors. I just love my plain bittersweet dark chocolate. If I really have to choose, I want mine with cocoa nibs in the bar of dark choc :) Does that count as "flavor"? ;p

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  20. I would love to see a chai flavoured truffle surrounded by some delicious Mayan chocolate:D

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  21. Dark dark chocolate flavored with sour cherry and almond is my very favorite. Since that's similar to Ricki's, I'll also add dark dark chocolate with sour apple and peanut butter.

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  22. Wow what an amazing giveaway!! As for the best chocolate bar - tough decision! I think a yummy vanilla in a milk chocolate bar would be my choice. But that seems too simple so how about a coconut and white chocolate studded milk chocolate bar.

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  23. Who can say "no" to chocolate??

    I can't think of many things better than a cherry/chocolate combo -- maybe some sour cherries with a deliciously dark chocolate and a hint of brandy??

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  24. I think I would have to go with chilies and cinnamon.

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  25. Ooohh... Dark Chocolate for sure. Perhaps with hazelnut and sweet cream? Or lavender... Too tough!

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  26. My post anorexic (a week so far of eating what i want and leaving the demons behind! great while i still have 2 stone to gain, just need to stick to moderation after that!) cravings are saying something similar to bread pudding flavours (the thing that kick started my recovery) so....

    -Raisins
    -Mixed Spice
    -Something to give a softer texture, maybe cookie dough like in Ben and Jerrys Icecream?
    -and caster sugar sprinkled on top for visual effect
    -sold in thick squares too!

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  27. A little sweet cream and almond paste with a sprinkle of lemon!

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  28. Mmm, this is a really hard one, you know? There are so many potentially awesome flavors. My chocolate bar would be filled with a coconut caramel creme, I think!

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  29. I've read about Mayan chocolates on the web and would love to try them, but they appear not to be distributed where I live, so naturally I'd love to win that kit!

    There are som many flavour combinations I can can up with...
    Rosemary and caramelized orange zest, apple and ginger, chile and tomato, strawberry, coconut and black pepper (inspired by a lovely banana cake that I composed). All of them combined with dark chocolates of course.

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  30. pear and ginger or cherry or carmel or just simply by itself...

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  31. An 18thC taste would have been chili and cinnamon--the combination was used in meat dishes and it gives that indefinable something and a rich color that is out of sight!

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  32. I hope I don't get into trouble submitting this in 2 places, but in my defense, I'm actually trying to create this chocolate filling for my food allergic child and I really, really love chocolate!

    My flavor is "S'More's," in which I am mixing graham cracker crumbs with a vegan nougat (to sub for marshmallow) into a truffle made with coconut milk. Thanks, Libby

    P.S. How funny! The word verification is "essen," perhaps I should have submitted my entry in German?

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  33. Oops, I see I'm too late! Thanks for the contest, though!

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  34. The competition is now closed.

    Thank you everyone, for your wonderful ideas.

    The winner is Ricki, with her tart dried cherries and black pepper.

    Congratulations Ricki :)

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