We were asked if we would like to review Flair Cool Create Chocolate Bar Maker. Me and my sister love chocolate more than we like sweets so we jumped at the chance to make our own chocolate bars. Who wouldn’t like to create their own chocolate bar?
Me and Skye sat down and decided what sort of chocolate bar we would like to make as Skye kept asking to do it. Unfortunately at this point of time we didn’t have full cupboards so all we had was in fact normal chocolate and Skye asked to put chocolate raisins in it.
Surprisingly it is so easy to make. Although you do not get ingredients in the box to help you a little on your way it is easy to do and find bits around the house.
In the box you have:
An easy squeezer
Large sharing mould
Large swirl top mould
2 fun size smooth mould
3 mould inserts which have 6 designs
Sharing filling pocket
Swirl filling pocket
1 sticker sheet
An instruction booklet
I was really impressed with what ideas they give to you in the instruction booklet, Although some of them I must admit I probably wouldn’t like. But there are so many different things you can do with this kit.
You can make chocolate bars such as, rocky road, jelly bean dream, choc overload, and nuts about fruit, rice puff surprise, muesli mania, midnight delight, tiramisu and salty sweet. There are so many chocolate bars you could make and they are just some examples I’m sure you could make so many others too.
Here’s what we did:
First we filled the silicone easy squeezer with Milk Chocolate. Making sure the yellow cap was on so the chocolate did not spill out everywhere we then microwave it for 30 seconds stirred and then microwave it for a further 15 seconds.
Once that was done we started to fill the moulds. We filled it right to the top and then Skye added in bits and pieces she wanted in her chocolate bar.
We had to melt chocolate 3 or 4 times to fill the moulds but it is very quick and easy to do and doesn’t take up much time.
After the moulds were filled we popped them into the freezer for 20 minutes.
When the 20 minutes were up we checked on them and they had already hardened so we put them into their wrappers and into the fridge.
It was really easy to do and clear up. I was really surprised which actually how quick it took as well it is really not that time consuming.
We really enjoyed making chocolate bars and we have already been talking about other varieties we can make and what ingredients we will need.
The Chocolate Bar maker is suitable for ages 5 years and over and costs around £14.99 from Smyths, Amazon and all good toy stores.
Written by Tiffany
Disclaimer: We received this product in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.