Choccywoccydoodah is a brand new 10 part documentary series for Good Food that follows the internationally acclaimed Brighton based cake shop and its team of talented and quirky chocolatiers as they create chocolate masterpieces that are quite simply out of this world.
The statistics behind Choccywoccydoodah are jaw dropping. Each year they produce 7500 cakes, build cakes 6 feet tall, charge up to £9K a piece and boast a celebrity client list that includes Madonna, Hugh Grant, Bob Geldof, Kylie, Katie Price and the Scissor Sisters – they even make all the chocolate for Tim Burton’s movies including Charlie & the Chocolate Factory and Alice in Wonderland. When it comes to beautiful, unique, mega cakes these guys are the best in the business.
Each episode sees boss Christine and her maverick team building bespoke cake creations for a quite extraordinary range of people. We see rock legend Alice Cooper marvel at his spooky 4 foot Halloween skull cake, we witness the astonishing cake engineering involved in constructing the shoe designer Laboutin’s stunning shapely leg and killer heel shoe cake, we see a Choccywoccydoodah cake take pride of place with Davina McCall at her favourite charity’s fund raiser and the team create a cake to compliment party girl Zoe Ball’s 40th birthday celebrations at Claridges.
Across the series, we celebrate weddings, christenings and even marriage proposals with a Choccywoccydoodah cake centre stage at each of these intimate celebrations. Plus there’s drama - we witness perilous cake deliveries as Christine and her partner Christine make a journey by car to the Pyrenees to deliver a birthday cake to a couple of chocolate loving drag queens and we witness the stresses and strains faced by the team as they live up to the reputation of being one of the most innovative cake makers in the world.
Be prepared to be transported to a chocolate world like you've never seen before; magical, enticing and quite fantastical.