Chocolate Picture Maker: Draw, paint and eat your own chocolate bar!
With all the chefs and gourmets on TV, it seems anyone can master the kitchen. Why not the kids? The Chocolate Picture Maker kit is a very fun idea that keeps children both busy and entertained in three simple steps to make chocolate bars with very little mess. Just melt, create and enjoy!
Chocolate Picture Maker comes in 1, 2 or 4-bar packs. There are also special editions with themes such as sea life, wild life or symbols. Off the pack you take out the sachets of white, dark and milk chocolate, a tray, instructions and stencil sheets (in case you are out of ideas). If you want, you can download the special app to design a chocolate bar virtually or visit the company’s website for many free stencils. Print out your stencil and start working.
The procedure is quite simple: The three 100% Belgian chocolate sachets are your colors. You place the sachets in warm tap water and wait for them to melt. Then you snip off the sachets and start drawing inside the tray. If you want you can also place the supplied stencils under the tray to draw over the lines. Once your drawing has been finished, put the tray in the fridge for about 20 minutes and you have a chocolate bar. The instructions are mostly suggesting to use the dark chocolate as the contour, white for fill and milk chocolate for making the bar, but obviously this is not a rule of thumb.
Chocolate Picture Maker is 100% gluten-free, contains no artifical colorants, flavours or preservatives. It does not require hot water, microwave nor rocket science. It’s so simple and fun anyone could have their own chocolate bar in under 45 minutes. Apart from that, Chocolate Picture Maker helps children grow self confidence by creating someting they can be proud of. Productivity is also encouraged as personalized gifts are a rising trend.