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CHOCOLATE TRAIN MOULD £7.49 @ LAKELAND

£7.49 @ Lakeland
these chocolate moulds are usually quite expensive. Great little project to do with the kids/grandkids over the Christmas period Read More
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these chocolate moulds are usually quite expensive. Great little project to do with the kids/grandkids over the Christmas period
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http://www.lakeland.co.uk/17770/Fairground-Carousel-Mould carousel also on offer

Edited By: emmaluck1 on Dec 14, 2014 11:21: spelling
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Damn you HUKD, I could have lived my entire life never knowing these things existed, but now for some strange reason I don't even understand myself I now want to buy a chocolate train mould that frankly I also know will get put into the drawer never to be used more than once.... This site is a drain on my finances!

Edited By: sharkmark on Dec 15, 2014 12:53: typo
2 Likes #3
That's a ten from Len......
#4
choo choo

all aboard
2 Likes #5
I would not feel the slightest bit guilty eating the whole train by myself :)
4 Likes #6
sharkmark
Damn you HUKD, I could have lived my entire life never knowing these things existed, but now for some strange reason I don't even understand myself I now want to buy a chocolate train mould that frankly I also know will get put into the draw never to be used more than once.... This site is a drain on my finances!

That's Lakeland for you. I don't dare leaf through their catalogue, never mind set foot through the door. I have an insane hankering for a banana guard and I don't like bananas...

I too feel an urge for this, don't think it would be a good idea though, what with my diabetes and everything oO
2 Likes #7
I really had to stop myself from buying this. I don't need one and I really don't have the time to be making one... I'm pretty certain that my toddler will destroy it too. I still want one
#8
Haha! Sadly I am the same, think this is the best thing since sliced bread. I also don't need one my children are now 18 and 21 but...... I am thinking ahead....grandchildren haha!
If it was free p&p would probably just get one anyway.
#9
Microwave safe? I wonder why. I wanted one too until I saw you actually have to put it together, if it was like a sandcastle bucket and I just poured the chocolate in and out came a train then for sure I'd be owning one.
#10
Love this!
1 Like #11
Oh dear.My wee grandson loves trains and chocolate....It was a no brainer.Something else to build on xmas day.At least it doesn't need batteries.:)

George


Edited By: brigtondoc on Dec 14, 2014 11:54
#12
Aww I seen it in Lakeland made up looked lovely :) thanks :)
#13
brigtondoc
Oh dear.My wee grandson loves trains and chocolate....It was a no brainer.Something else to build on xmas day.At least it doesn't need batteries:)

George
No batteries :) definitely a reason to buy it. Will save a fortune. 8)
#14
Oooh this is lovely, Thank you.
#15
Buy about 10 of these and make it for under a fiver.(_;)

Dairy milk

George
#16
My local Lakeland has one of these built up in a display case, I'm not sure if it's real or a model but if it's real it looks pretty good...
#17
Great I'm on a diet no chocolate for me
#18
One of those things that would be great to steam into but will spend the rest of the year trying to loose the consequences of such a great looking thing Made Of CHOCOLATE !!!!!!!
#19
hmmmmmm solid chocolate train to eat after 5 helpings of christmas lunch - perfect.
#20
If ever there was a deal posted on HUKD that I know I'd never use but now want anyway despite not knowing it even existed before, this is it. :D
#21
Soo tempted but it might spoil my New Years resolution
#22
Purchased.. Thank you very much
#23
Beaut
#24
Oooooh - saw this the other day and nearly bought but thought really don't need it so managed to resist at 14.99 don't know if I can hold out now :(
#25
sharkmark
Damn you HUKD, I could have lived my entire life never knowing these things existed, but now for some strange reason I don't even understand myself I now want to buy a chocolate train mould that frankly I also know will get put into the draw never to be used more than once.... This site is a drain on my finances!

Agreed, I still have three other chocolate moulds I have to get done before xmas and I still want this one X( Who even has the fridge space to let these set at Xmas?

Edited By: moneysavingkitten on Dec 14, 2014 14:28
#26
Its great but it takes 850g of chocolate!
#27
daturastorm
Its great but it takes 850g of chocolate!

You're right... it's not big enough. ;)
#28
daturastorm
Its great but it takes 850g of chocolate!

"but" ? Huh :| 850g of chocolate is great too! X)
#29
Oops! Matti got there first!
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https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B41nfOYIIAALsta.jpg

could have been worse it could be the mould for this
#31
i have no idea why ive just bought this as i know ill get in a right pickle putting it together but im gonna have so much fun.... oops i mean the children will have so much fun making it :)

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