Valentines Raw Chocolate Giveaway!

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and all the desserts and treats in my house have gone heart shaped ♥  

Last week I was making Raw Chocolate Pecan Brownie Hearts and Raw Chocolate Cream Hearts (now safely hidden away in the freezer)…

… and today I made a batch of Heart-shaped Raw Chocolates 🙂

Chocolate Goji Almond Hearts 2 - 500

I LOVE making my own chocolates.  They’re something extremely therapeutic about the whole chocolate making process. These chocolate hearts really are filled with love

They’re also filled with goji berries and almond pieces 😉

Chocolate Heart Cut Open - 500

Yes friends, we have another delicious, nutrient-packed, delicious treat for our loved ones this Valentines 🙂

As an added bonus, they’re gluten-free, dairy-free and free from refined sugar, which means that they’re suitable for any loved ones with intolerances to wheat, gluten, dairy or sugar.

Do you fancy having a try at making some yourself?  I promise you it’s really easy!  If I can do it, you certainly can!  You can find the step-by-step instructions of how I make the chocolates here.

But, guess what?  I didn’t make the batch of chocolates today for me or my boys.  No, my lovely readers, I made these chocolates to give away to YOU!

Chocolate Hearts with Heart Box - 500

To be in with a chance of winning them, all you need to do is leave me a comment below (any comment will do!)

The giveaway is international, but only suitable for readers living in cooler climates (the chocolates won’t be able to cope with heat… if you live in a tropical country, the postman would likely end up with a package of liquid chocolate in his bag and that could prove messy!)

The giveaway will be open until midnight GMT on Valentine’s Day (Thursday 14th February 2013).

Chocolate Goji Almond Hearts 1 - 500

Good luck everyone! xx


73 thoughts on “Valentines Raw Chocolate Giveaway!

  1. These chocolates look absolutely AMAZING! Thank you for the opportunity to enter the giveaway, I’d love to try them!! 🙂

  2. Those chocs look awesome and quite delicious especially with the goji berries and almond in. A little bit of heaven for Valentines day me thinks!

  3. As ultra ultra cool as I think these choccies are I guess that rules me out due to heat! Guess I’ll have to have a sympathy swim 😉
    Great job – they truly look fantastic!!!!!

  4. Hi Sharon
    Your chocolate hearts look superb! What a lovely thought to make these chocolates to give inspiration to vegans and food intolerant people and then gave them away as a present! I will certainly be making them for my two boys and some for my wonderful father who is a dark chocoholic! Thank you.

  5. hi from your new blog follower.I’m a massive fan of gluten free food my children have autism and adhd and they respond well to gluten free food and enjoy it,so much so that tried gluten free desserts and chocolates.Invited all my friends to join your blog too.

  6. Speaking from experience, I know that these taste just as delicious as they look! I would much prefer some like these than anything purchased from a store for Valentine’s Day. What a sweet giveaway, Sharon!

  7. beautiful chocolates, and an inspiring write-up. I just love making food at home – and why not chocolates too! Hope your family enjoys theirs 🙂

  8. These look absolutely AMAZING!! You are so talented! Just gorgeous. I’d love to try these incredible sweet treats. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway! 🙂

  9. OMG all three look supreme! I can’t wait to try my hand at making them. Thanks for sharing your recipes <3

  10. Glossy dark chocolates with bright red goji polka-dots around them – the nicest picture I’ve seen all day 🙂

  11. These are absolutely adorable! Especially when they’re cut in half, so we can see what yummy stuff they’re filled with. 🙂 Thanks for doing this giveaway!

  12. We have about a foot of snow here, so cooler area … check!

    These look incredible. And since I don’t have the patience to make these myself, it would be lovely to win yours!

  13. These look so amazing! Haven’t had chocolates
    for like 6 months due to diet , would so love to
    start with some of yours!!! Mmmm

  14. These looks amazing!!! I bake a lot of non-dairy goodies and totally agree on the therapeutic part. There is something relaxing yet fulfilling about it. Can’t wait to try you recipes!! Thanks!

  15. I’m so pleased to have discovered your blog, I only wish I found it sooner..I’ve got a lot of archives to work through! It’s always especially exciting to find both UK and vegan blogs 🙂
    I’d love to win those beautiful choccies. I adore raw chocolate but still haven’t made my own yet.

  16. I am a newbie to your lovely blog , but I can tell I will definitely follow it as all your recipes look soooo good 🙂 Would love to try some of your raw chocolates 🙂

  17. These chocolates look amazing. So much better than anything store bought. Next stop: your link to the instructions for making! Thanks for sharing.

  18. These look so delicious. They are so beautiful and shiny as well! Nice job, and thanks for sharing with one lucky reader!
    Thanks from karmakaytlyn (at) yahoo (dot) com.

  19. Beautiful! And inspiring! I have missed chocolate soooo much on this stupid candida diet. I’m so encouraged to discover there’s a possiblity of trying it again with your raw chocolate recipes!

  20. These look absolutely amazing! And as an added bonus, they are healthier than most chocolates out there. <3

  21. Yummy, gorgeous looking chocolates. From your description sounds like they are suitable for vegans too – well done you. I love making vegan chocolates too – thanks for the inspiration to make some more <3.

  22. These chocolates look beautiful! My husband is vegan and it is nice to know there is something gluten and dairy free for him! We are a gluten-free household, he is vegan and the kids and I are on a very healthy, organic diet. We share much of the vegan meals. They are allergic to the artificials that go in chocolate so we always have to be careful. Beautiful presentation! Thanks for sharing!

  23. Hoorah, at last I got round to adding a comment that you make the world’s most delicious dairy free cheesecakes, which also puts me in with a chance to win heart shaped beautiful looking chocolates 🙂

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