We have come to the end of the Let’s Party challenge. It has been an interesting experience for me running my first blogging challenge and I have enjoyed it very much. It has certainly not being easy choosing a winner as all the entries are just so beautiful and delicious. I have always thought bloggers can often create better recipes than professional chefs! It is their passion that transpires in their creations and nothing can be better than passion when it comes to creating amazing dishes.
Thank you so much to all who entered their recipe!
I would like to give a special thanks to Dottie of Family Plus Food Equals Love for supporting me in my first blogging challenge. Dottie has an Italian heritage and her blog is about memories of her Italian family centered around the kitchen. If you visit her blog you can find delicious family recipes, many handed over from her mum and many amusing family stories.
Also a special thanks to Louise of Months of Edible Celebrations who is an amazing writer and posts vintage photos and foodie articles. In her blog you will find original long-lost recipes and facts about food + delicious recipes too!
And the winner of the challenge and the Grosmi Italian coffee is: Vohn’s Vittles with her Christmas pudding truffles. These truffles are so beautifully made, in fact they look perfectly made. A mini work of art. Well done Vohn!
This Wonderful cake with white truffle from Sandra Bakes a Party is just such an elegant and delicate dessert, perfect for special occasions. I love the white chocolate shell!
Choclette of Chocolate Log Blog has impressed me with her Mini Persimmon chocolate cakes. Choclette has been very inventive at pairing persimmons with chocolate. These cakes are really cute and inviting.
These vegan Red Velvet cupcakes and vanilla frosting from Nicole of Vanilla and Beans with that white frosting and lovely sprinkle on top look sexy and retro. It makes me want to give them a bite!
And last but not least, these Stained glass biscuits from Andalusiana of Under the Andalusian Sun which are just stunning. They can make a perfect Christmas present and they are very decorative too. Well done Andalusiana!
Thank you all again for taking part in “Let’s Party!” 🙂