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For all those chocoholics, give you and your guests a treat, have fun dipping'.

Stainless steel chocolate fountain with mains cable and plug.

Colours may vary.

Serving suggestion Chocolate and fork not included
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#1
I ordered this a few days ago and it arrived Saturday. I haven't opened it but the box is fairly small, it does say £30 on the box. Sorry can't comment on quality as it's for a xmas pressie but just wanted to warn you it might be a smaller version of the other ones i've seen.
#2
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I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!
#4
LJM
I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!


yes that is true it does not smell that nice :thumbsup:
#5
this is £5.65 instore now and is in a box a bit fatter than a shoe box (so is quite compact!)
#6
A chocolate fountain from a Pharmacy! Does it come with a free diabetes testing kit or sachet of fibresure!:whistling:

Hot deal though!
#7
Foxy102;3839931
A chocolate fountain from a Pharmacy! Does it come with a free diabetes testing kit or sachet of fibresure!:whistling:

Hot deal though!

not unfortunately.... the only way to make money is to make you sick so that you come to pharmacy everyday!:w00t:
#8
*Does some dusting around the Chocolate Fountain*.... "yummy"
#9
LJM
I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!



ill pass thanks .... fancied getting one but didnt know that ... yuk
#10
Foxy102
A chocolate fountain from a Pharmacy! Does it come with a free diabetes testing kit or sachet of fibresure!:whistling:

Hot deal though!


link selling:whistling:

or better still

buy a chocholate fountain and get diabetes for free..........
#11
You have to put veg oil in it?!!
#12
I've used a chocolate fountain before and just melted a lot of cheap asda dark chocolate and it worked fine. No veg oil or anything- that sounds disgusting.
Also, a friend who makes chocolate fondues at work makes them with chocolate, a measure or 2 of liqueur and possibly water or milk or something because they're definately more runny and watered down.
#13
I think you can buy chocolate specially made (with more cocoa butter than normal) for use in chocolate fountains. Not sure where the best place to get it would be though.
#14
You can buy special chocolate for these but just addinga small amount of oil will do the same , you dont have to add loads.
#15
£10.20 inc. delivery
#16
Foxy102;3839931
A chocolate fountain from a Pharmacy! Does it come with a free diabetes testing kit or sachet of fibresure!:whistling:

Hot deal though!


no, but i heard it comes with stomach ache medicine and fat sliming tablets :-D
#17
lovely - chocolate and oil - **** leakage anybody:oops:
banned#18
Another one of them 'chav' accesories that people seem destined to want for some odd reason...like the trampoline in the back garden and the george Foreman grill!!!
#19
Thornton's sell a chocolate specially designed for chocolate fountains and I've used it several times at parties. Must be good they keep coming back for more. :-D
#20
LJM
I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!



Not true...

The best method is half cream, half chocolate.
#21
Much cheaper than one of those de-ionisers for getting all the dust etc. out of the air ! :p
#22
Why are Lloyds now selling pallet loads of "tat" > WHY???
#23
LJM
I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!


NO, I've got one. You only need to add veg oil if you use ordinary chocolate. Buy the Belgium Chocoltate drops made for the fountains (Lakeland is a good place) and absolutely no problem.
These are great at parties and taste divine.
#24
Mr Product
Another one of them 'chav' accesories that people seem destined to want for some odd reason...like the trampoline in the back garden and the george Foreman grill!!!


Agreed, except the George Foreman, they are a quality item!
Add to that list the optics carousel for dispensing spirits.
#25
LJM
I would really like a chocolate fountain but I understand that you have to mix the chocolate with loads of veg oil to make it runny - is this true? - the thought turns my stomach!


it's hardly "loads" a very small amount needs to be added:thumbsup:

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