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Review : Choc Chick Starter Kit

If you are looking for something a little bit different to do with the children in the Summer holidays then why not make your own healthy, organic chocolate with them? Even if you don't have children but just fancy a treat without the guilt, this is worth a try.

Choc Chick raw chocolate making starter kit, packaging and contents which are raw cacao powder, raw cacao butter, natural sweetener and sweet cases



bowl full of melted raw chocolate with choc chick starter kit in background

The kit contains everything that you need to make approximately thirty five individual raw chocolates or three bars of chocolates in five very simple steps. There is also a little cacao powder and sweetener left to make one of the other four suggested recipes, Choctail anyone?

Big slab of raw chocolate and a few individual chocolates in the background

I decided to make a few individual chocolates so that I could easily work out the Slimming World Syns (1.5 if anyone is interested) and one big old slab of shiny chocolate. 

Chopping board with roughly chopped chocolate

I then had a great deal of fun chopping the chocolate up and eating the crumbs, crumbs are free on Slimming World, honest....

information leaflet and recipe that comes with choc chick raw chocolate making starter kit

As mentioned above the chocolates are very easy to make, your child would easily be able to make them with supervision. If you want to speed things up you can set the chocolate in the freezer for just twenty minutes, perfect for an impatient child, or an adult with serious chocolate cravings.

The really great thing about making them yourself is that you control how they taste, for example I am a fan of bitter chocolate so my tablespoons of cacao powder were HUGE but I held back a little on the sweetener.

You can add pretty much anything that you want to the ingredients if you so wish, a little bit of of natural peanut butter would be great, you could make your very own natural, healthy version of Reese's Peanut Butter cups!

I received the 'grown up' kit but they also sell kits especially targeted at children that come with colourful mini baking cases.

Are you a fan of raw chocolate? Would you have added anything to yours to make it extra special?


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3 comments:

  1. Oh this sounds amazing, not quite sure I'd want to make it with the children, they might eat to many of my chocolates ;-)

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  2. Sounds great. I am always on a lookout for a nice dairy free chocolate. Thank you!

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  3. This looks great! It's always fun to make chocolate

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