|Look how clean they were at the start!|
A few minutes later, the children were brought 2 warm, melted bowls of milk chocolate and a little cupcake case full of decorations. They were allowed to have a little taste of the chocolate before spooning it into the chocolate bar mould, and personalising it with small sweets, chocolate buttons, cereals and sprinkles.
|There may have been a bit of "double dipping" going on here!!|
|Filling the moulds was lots of messy fun!|
|We found rice puffs everywhere!|
|The children were excited to take their creations to the magic cooling house!|
|There were lots of designs to choose from.|
|The children worked together to find answers around The Kandy Factory.|
|Chocolate beach heaven!|
|All wrapped up and ready to go!|
|Showing off their goodies!|
We really did have a choco-riffic time (sorry - had to be done!) at The Kandy Factory! The staff were friendly and helpful and the children enjoyed having full creative control! Almost 2 and a half weeks later, we still have a fridge full of chocolate to indulge in too! So if you fancy a few hours out with a bit of a difference, check out what The Kandy Factory has to offer. Why not show them some love and follow them over on Facebook and Instagram too.
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*** We were gifted our chocolate making experiences in return for this post. All opinions are my own, unless otherwise stated. ***