Heather with her winning dessert

Winning dessert featured at top London restaurant

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Winning dessert featured at top London restaurant

This year's Godiva Chocolate Challenge champion Heather Bennett's 'Come Fly With Me' debuted at London's trendy HIX Soho restaurant last night.

The winning chocolate dessert incorporates meringue and a touch of pink, to show support for Breast Cancer Now! in which £5 donations were made to the charity for each dish entered in the competition. At the launch, the dessert was accompanied by a special cocktail - Chocotini - in which one of the elements is milk-fermented vodka.

'Come Fly With Me' being included in Godiva Chocolate Challenge 2015 judge Mark Hix's popular Soho restaurant is part of the prize of being a winner as well as a five-star weekend trip to Brussels and a tour by chef Jean Apostolou around Godiva’s Centre of Innovation.

Dessert-making winner, Heather, said: "I am super honoured to have been selected again as the Godiva Chocolate Challenge winner.

"This year was harder as there was a criteria to be met, but I had a fairly good idea of what  I wanted to do."

"I would heartily recommend entering to anyone with a love of chocolate and cooking," she added.

Heather's recipe can be found here.

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