Valentine’s Day is on the Way!
Romance is in the air! Everywhere you look there are flowers, cards and chocolates so there is absolutely no excuse to forget about your loved one this year!
In the UK, just under half of the population spend money on their Valentines and around £1.3 billion is spent annually on cards, flowers, chocolates and other gifts. £1.3 BILLION! That’s crazy! Anyway, if you want to show your loved one how much they mean to you, how about one of our Valentine’s pizzas? The Valentine’s pizzas come in three different sizes so there is something to suit everybody! Or you could try one of our delicious Fruit and Nut love hearts, available in both milk and dark chocolate. After all, nothing says ‘I love you’ more than chocolate!
If you don’t have a Valentine this year, don’t worry! You will be pleased to hear that February 15th is Singles Awareness Day, so happy Singles Awareness Day to all of you lovely, single guys and girls out there.
Whilst you are unlikely to find a ‘Happy Singles Awareness Day’ card in your local shop you can still spend the day with your single friends, send each other presents or even treat yourself to something nice – you deserve it!
If you do fancy treating yourself or a friend to something nice, check out our yummy range of Chocolate Pizzas. You can even add a personalised plaque to any of our pizzas to wish your friend a ‘Happy Singles Day!’
Have a great day!
This Chunky Chocolate Crispy Cake uses just 4 ingredients and is so simple to make as a treat for the kids, or as a chocolatey hit for yourself with your afternoon cuppa. Ingredients: 150g Puffed Rice 100g Butter (plus extra
This oozy, fudgy chocolate mug cake recipe is made in just a matter of minutes in the microwave, and is really simple to make. Perfect for a rainy night in front of the telly, or as a quick after tea
These Chocolate and Cherry Cheesecake Brownies are super easy to make and are deliciously moreish. For me, chocolate and cherries go together like bread and butter, and of course it's always great to use seasonal produce wherever possible. So with