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October 09, 2012


jo @ includingcake

Hello, just thought i'd get in touch and say 'hello', I'm also a UK vegan blogger joining in with Vegan MOFO (I found you whilst browsing the list). It's lovely to make contact with other UK based vegan bloggers. Love the simplicity of this recipe- i'll have to give it a go! Enjoy the rest of Vegan MOFO.


I linked up to you today in my week 2 round-up of awesome Vegan MoFo posts!

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Hi Jo - thank you for commenting! And good to meet other UK VeganMoFo bloggers for sure :) I will go and check out your blog! There are so many talented vegan cooks to watch out for!

JL - it is lovely to hear that you have linked to my blog! Have you got the link to the post? Thanks for stopping by.


this sounds soooo yummy... simple and pure!! love the versatility... will definitely be trying it out very soon... thanks!!!!! -- S :D

Andrea - Chocolate and Beyond

Suz yes it is very versatile and simple too. Thanks for commenting and let me know if you try :)


It smells really good the combination of chocolate and pouring milk are better to make a delicious dessert for any special occasion, I have been very fond of chocolates and creams it provides also a lot of health benefits especially dark chocolates are quite better for weight loss plan.

So to make special occasion more special such as Christmas and New year we simply afford delicious recipes and cakes which includes creams cakes and chocolate cakes.


Many of the cream recipes I have seen include the use of cashews.


When living on a tight budget, a healthy lifestyle often isn't a priority. Foods poor in nutritional value seem to be cheaper, and an expensive gym membership is out of the question. That doesn't mean weight loss on a tight budget is impossible. You can lose weight while watching your budget.

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  • I'm Andrea, and am obsessed with creating fabulous food. After I managed to ditch dieting, the reason Chocolate and Beyond was born, it seemed natural to evolve my site into a foodie blog. More so since I also ditched animal produce to be vegan. Now, I love showing how inventive cruelty-free cooking can be. And sometimes I like to rant, too. I wouldn't be myself otherwise :) x

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