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Sunday, 18 August 2019

Choc on choc Melt & Make Chocolate Lollipop Animals - Review!

We were lucky enough to be sent a Melt & Make Kit from Choc on choc to review.

With it being the summer holidays, and having lots of outdoor activities planned we thought we would wait for a rainy day to try it out. Well we didn't have to wait long for one of those!!

I think secretly Bethany had been waiting for a rainy day just so she could make the Chocolate Lollipops.

We opened up the very eye catching box to discover what lay inside.

We had a bag of little milk drops, a paper chef hat, 6 lollipop sticks, the fabulous instructions and the two plastic trays that contained the 5 animal moulds.

as you can see Beth wasted no time putting her chefs hat on.

Beth started by pouring her chocolate drops into a glass bowl. I then carefully heated this in the microwave as per the instructions 40 seconds on a medium heat, then we took it out and stirred it, before putting it back in the microwave for another 40 seconds. We then removed it from the microwave and stirred it and it was perfectly melted.

You can also place the bowl of chocolate drops over a pan of simmering water and stir until melted if you do not have a microwave. Bare in mind that the bowl will be very hot if using this method.

We left the chocolate to cool for a few minutes before transferring it to a jug (I thought this would be easier for Beth to use).

The moulds were laid out on the table ready to go and Beth started pouring the melted chocolate into the them, every now and then she would stop and give it a gentle tap on the table to help it spread evenly and remove any bubbles.

Once all the moulds were filled she started to careful insert the lolly sticks. Each time she added one she twisted it to make sure that it would fully stick once set.

After the lolly sticks were all inserted we popped all the moulds into the fridge to set.

After around 20 minutes we checked on them and they were just set (we could have left them a few minutes longer but Beth was eager to try one).

And here is our finish products. They were very easy to pop out of the moulds and very yummy to eat. The chocolate is very smooth and creamy. I am very fussy with chocolate, but i must admit i did really enjoy the chocolate pig i ate.

And Bethany really enjoyed her Elephant.

I think the Melt & Make Chocolate Animal Lollipops are a great idea, we really had fun, and it makes little ones feel like they are cooking too. Bethany is 8 years old and found it very easy to follow the instructions (with a little help with the microwave). The kit is suitable for ages 3 years up. We did have enough chocolate left over to make another lollipop afterwards, so there is a very generous amount of chocolate supplied.

We have kept our moulds, and will be buying more choc on choc chocolate drops to make more lollipops in the future.

Choc on choc also have more fun melt and make kits on their website.

Keep an eye out for our next choc on choc review coming soon.

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Disclaimer: We were sent the Melt & Make kit for the purpose of the review, but have received no other form of compensation to provide this review. All opinions are my own.


  1. These look fab! A perfect activity for a rainy day!
    I bet they didn't last long once they had set. hehehe

  2. No they didn’t last long at all haha :)