The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Company Jelly Bean Jumble

The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Company Jelly Bean Jumble

If you are going to receive a chocolate gift why not a chocolate pizza? Not the Chicago Town frozen kind, I am still not so sure about those, but an actual solid chocolate shaped pizza complete with pizza box. If this tickles your fancy then hurrah this is exactly what The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Company are doing. 

UK born in 2007, these gifts are created by a team of chocolatiers up in Nottingham and now stretch beyond just chocolate pizza. Today we are going back to basics with their Jelly Bean Jumble, which aptly I received as a present as well and was purchased from Chocol8, a cafe in Westbourne. For those looking to buy online there are a couple of online stockists, their own website, Not on the High Street and Amazon. 

The Gourmet Chocolate PizzaMini Jelly Bean Jumble Chocolate Pizza – £3.25

If you want to go big you can go for a 7″, 10″, 12″ or for the smaller gifts, wedding favours, parties etc you can opt for just one slice or a mini version which is what I have here. I didn’t quite realise the amount of combinations they do, white, dark, milk, unicorn, even one with a slice of the all – best of all worlds one might say. 

Gourmet Chocolate Pizza CompanyBelgian milk chocolate base topped with rainbow drops, Jelly Belly jelly beans and rice puffs sprinkled with white chocolate curls.

Looks can be deceiving because even one mini slice is pretty rich and packed to the brim. The milk chocolate is creamy and sweet, and as expected makes a solid base for the other ingredients. The rice puffs make for an interesting contrast in texture, and helps to break up the indulgent pizza. I do wish there were more jelly beans. Being called Jelly Bean Jumble I did expect more than one mini jelly bean per slice, I’m not say stash a load on there but a couple more would be very welcomed. 

On the whole I am pretty happy with this mini Jelly Bean Jumble pizza from The Gourmet Chocolate Pizza Company and I really like the concept, and the detail they have put into these. Aside from the need of a few more jelly beans, the quality is there and I have happily munched my way through the rest. 

If you fancy trying their Chocolate Pizzas or see what they have on offer check out their website here

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

 

 

1 Comment

  1. 20th September 2018 / 1:55 am

    The true craft coverage of chocolate is expensive and is not competitive in price in relation to the brands you have indicated. It is extremely difficult to make a pastry chef increase his production cost so abruptly so as to make imperceptible changes in the flavor or aroma of a dessert. Think of the recipe for a brownie, which uses chocolate and then it should be baked. It really matters if the chocolate is made of fine cocoa and aroma when it is going to enter an oven at more than 120C and all the features will be lost. of flavor and aroma. On the other hand, just as you would not put soda in a bottle of good wine, it does not make sense to use a chocolate made with fine cocoa and then mix it with other ingredients that alter its flavor. The only way I see this as viable is for the chocolate maker Bean to bar to be the one who uses his own chocolate in creations of other pieces, such as chocolates, cakes, etc. Although this will be limited to a very small group of us, since the vast majority of those who sell “chocolate bean to bar are not really able to temper themselves a little chocolate with their own hands. It”s the truth, hurt or not. andy kaufman character tony

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