Monday, March 24, 2014

Chocolate Making Class







Aren't creative afternoons the best? I've had a little more time for arts and crafts since the end of exams and really it would be good if I could learn to make time for it during the exam period in future given how relaxing it can be. I was very kindly treated to a Sunday of chocolate-making a few weeks back and as you can imagine, it was ever so fun. Was it messy? Yes. Did my camera appreciate the specks of chocolate it is still dusted in? Probably not. Was it the perfect way to unwind and catch up with a friend? 100%. Oh and that little kitten creature (the last chocolate button) was award-winning, I'll have you know. Probably the first time I've ever won something outside of school. The other major thing that sticks out is having the best Isle of Wight project in Year 6, for which I won a keyring. This time my prize was chocolate. I'm pretty sure you can guess which I am more proud of...

I'm sure there are lots of these types of classes around but ours was MyChocolate in London and lasted around 2.5 hours. It isn't the cheapest activity but you do learn a lot and get to make plenty of chocolate to take home with you (especially if you're an award-winning button maker).

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10 comments:

  1. This looks like a lovely thing to do! So much fun. Hope you had a nice afternoon!

    xxx | daisydaisyxxo

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  2. This is such a good idea to do on a weekend - that cat is amazing! Top marks for creativity! x

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  3. Check you out - adding has an 'award-winning friend' to my list of achievements ;)

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  4. This looks like great fun! And the chocolate looks lush! :)
    theemeralddove21.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. What fun! : D Now I wanna make some. lol

    ~Sarah
    http://atowngirlslife.blogspot.com/

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  6. This seems like so much fun! Very messy, but fun and I am now in need of some delicious chocs after seeing this!
    Congrats on your award winning piece ;)

    x Hayley-Eszti
    www.hayleyeszti.blogspot.com

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  7. This looks like the absolute best way to spend an evening!!x

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  8. Looks like a deliciously fantastic class! I recently made chocolate in St Lucia and it was so interesting and so yummy.

    So excited for Easter...bring on the eggs!

    Caroline x
    www,cocktailsandcaroline.com

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  9. This class looks brilliant! I attended a macaron making class in London about 18 months ago and that was fantastic too. I'd like to munch on that chocolate kitten button :)
    Bella xx

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