My boys love chocolate and I like them getting crafty, so was more that happy for them to review the Make-a-bar chocolate factory kits. The kit comes with some printed designs, a tray to make the chocolate bar, instruction booklet and pouches of dark, white and milk chocolate.
You start by taking a design and putting the tray over the top. You then heat the pouches win hot water. If you look at them carefully one end of the pouch has a triangle on it and this can be snipped to draw with. It is best to outline with the dark chocolate, colour in with the white and then place the milk chocolate over the whole bar.
Big man is 7 and whilst his might not be the neatest, he enjoyed doing it. If you go to the website you can make your own template. We did this and big man did a drawing of Daddy.
I had to help him a bit with the outline as his picture was a little fiddly, but he was happy with the outcome.
Unfortunately middle man found one of the bars in the fridge, and helped himself to some. It does mean, however, that I can tell you that the chocolate tastes nice. I think these are a lovely idea. Great for Father's Day or as an activity at a child's birthday party. They could make it at the party and then take it home!
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