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Chocolate fountain chocolate

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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
Bought one of these for babies birthday party at the weekend. Only problem is I have no idea where to get chocolate for it in time. I thought tesco's would have some but no :|! Do I need special chocolate? Or normal chocolate? Or cooking chocolate. Also how much do I need???
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9y, 7m agoPosted 9 years, 7 months ago
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#1
thorntons chocolate fountain choccie. £3.50 a bag and tastes lush
#2
we use tescos own chocolate for ours (not the value just their own blue label) if you've never tried this chocolate you wouldn't believe how lovely it is a mixture between cadburys and galaxy and cheap too !!
2 for £1.40 at the moment too!


You need quite a bit to keep it running i think we put 2 massive bars into ours (been a while since we used it ) , you don't need special chocolate though just normal milk chocolate will do, we also use cooking oil (just a bit) to keep it running smoothly, and we melt the chocolate in the microwave first . HTH

#3
I bought one and for a while used the special chocolate - which was always 70% cocoa solids etc. However had to use normal cadburys dairy milk as run out other and mixed with the appropriate amount of oil (you cant taste it) it was a much better hit than the specialist stuff. In my instruction book it had specific amounts of oil to use with different brands and type of chocolate - using this I get great results everytime !

if you cant find any let me know I could let you know quantities from mine if you want.
#4
Thanks guys! Sent husband on Thorntons mission before I read posts regarding using other brands. I got about a zillion easter eggs I could have put in it ;-). BigDanny could you let me know what I would need for cadbury's chocolate? Is olive oil okay to add?
#5
PPPPPPPPPPFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!

Seems what chocolate does matter :| Damn thing did a wall of death around my kitchen in middle of baby's party. Chocolate everywhere :| Chocolate had little crystals on it when it melted and it pushed the spinnery thing up and the damn thing sprayed everywhere!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#6
Did you melt it in the microwave first Gaia and put oil in ?? I use the tescos one and thats never happened to me , bet it was hell cleaning that up
#7
Yeps melted in microwave ... husband was in control ... I have suspicion it was overheated in microwave but was told definitely not :whistling: Was the tesco one. I am right in thinking it has nothing that secures the top part to the base right? We never forgot anything?

Added oil and everything :p

Melted chocolate is a total nightmare .... was totally everywhere ... all over walls, floors, cupboards, in toaster, in plug socket, all over me and all over party food. Then about a dozen small people running in to view the damage ... laugh ... make comments such as what a mess! Then proceed to spread through the house.

Anyway .... was kinda funny :oops:
#8
Sorry to hear that (I'd blame the husband !!) maybe it was the make of your choc fountain, cos I can honestly say mine or anyone I know has ever done that!

Least you threw a party to remember!! :-D

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