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Deluxe DIY Chocolate Making Kit (Peanut Butter Cups, Truffles, Peppermint Patties and more - Learn how to make home made candies and chocolates

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Make up to 2 pounds of chocolate treats with our Deluxe Chocolate Making Kit. It's never been easier to become a chocolatier—with this kit, you'll learn to make creamy peanut butter cups, decadent chocolate truffles, and cool chocolate peppermint cups. Kit includes: 6 silicone cupcake molds Candy thermometer 4 8...

Make up to 2 pounds of chocolate treats with our Deluxe Chocolate Making Kit.

It's never been easier to become a chocolatier—with this kit, you'll learn to make creamy peanut butter cups, decadent chocolate truffles, and cool chocolate peppermint cups.

Kit includes:

  • 6 silicone cupcake molds
  • Candy thermometer
  • 4 8 oz dark chocolate chip portions
  • Powdered sugar
  • Coconut flakes
  • Cocoa powder
  • Flake salt
  • Peppermint extract
  • Vanilla extract
  • Pipette
  • Instructions

**Adult Supervision is advised when using our DIY Kits.
**Caution when handling hot materials.
**Caution: contains glass.
Manufactured in a facility that also handles tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans and corn.

Made in Portland OR USA.

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01/04/2017
Penelope S.

Love it!!!

This was a gift for my twelve year old son Nelson. He wowed everyone with his peppermint patties and the next day he was speaking of ganache. I really appreciate the usage of organic materials. I look forward to using your kits each month as a part of our homeschool curriculum. Thank-you

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02/13/2015
Kelly

Good Present Idea

This kit smells delicious! I bought it for my daughter who loves to bake and had asked for a chocolate making kit for Christmas. The only downside is the thermometer. To temper the chocolate, the directions indicate you need to cool it to a certain temperature (95 degrees I think), but not let it cool to below a certain temperature (85 degrees I think). The thermometer, however, starts at 100 degrees! I can wing it I guess, but for my daughter that's a little trickier.

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01/02/2015
ZSmith

Good Quality Chocolate

We haven't tried it yet - but just the aroma from the box lets me know it's good quality chocolate. Looking forward to making some chocolate with my daugher this weekend.

 
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