We get it, we like to ask questions and learn more too!


We get it, we like to ask questions and learn more too!

Will I like it?

Honestly, we have no idea. We all have different taste buds. We can tell you that everyone we asked to try it has loved it. You are always welcome to try a sample pack.

Should I get Dark Chocolate or Regular Chocolate?

Do you love the bitterness of dark chocolate? If so we recommend the dark!  If not, we recommend the regular chocolate. 

Will I need a mould? Is a mould included?

We looked at including moulds but it would significantly increase the price. So no moulds are included. 

If you don’t have mould at home you can use mini cupcake papers in a mini cupcake tray as your mould (we do this often even though we have moulds) .

If you don’t have a mini cupcake try you can use baking paper in any baking tin or glass container and make one large slab of chocolate and then cut it or brake it up after. 

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How can I use the chocolate?

The options are endless! 

Because you are making the chocolate you have complete creative control!

You can make it all different kinds of flavours! 

Here's some ideas, you could do:

  • Chocolate fondue/Chocolate dipping sauce,

  • Frozen banana covered in chocolate, 

  • Chocolate covered frozen pineapple 

  • Chocolate covered dates with almond butter or butter inside, 

  • Chocolate covered anything!

  • Healthy version of ice magic for a topping on ice cream, 

  • Topping for cakes and muffins

  • Chocolate bark 

  • Body chocolate….. just saying. 😉 

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What flavours can I make?

At the risk of sounding like a record on repeat.... The options are endless! 

You have complete creative control so it is up to you! Here are some we’ve tried and loved:

  • Dried Cranberries

  • Dried Pineapple

  • Activated Almonds

  • Activated Hazelnuts

  • Activated Macadamias

  • Any Crushed Nuts

  • Any Nut Butter

  • Finger Limes

  • Dehydrated Raspberries 

  • Dates Inca Berries 

  • Dedicated Coconut

  • Frozen Sour Cherries

  • Passion fruit

  • Bee Pollen

How do I store the Chocolates?

How you store the chocolates depends on two things:

1) what mix in you include

2) how you prefer your chocolate

If you use mix ins like frozen cherries then the chocolates are best stored in the freezer.
If you use mix in like dried fruit and nuts then the chocolates can be stored in the fridge or in an airtight container on the counter (depending on what you prefer). Sometimes we leave half in the fridge and half on the counter in a container for variety.

Please note that the chocolates can melt easily when left in the sun or hot car.

What if I don’t have a double boiler?

We don’t either, we use a glass bowl that fits on top of a pot.

We then put water in the pot and the glass bowl on top. Wallah! Home made double boiler!

Word of warning! The bowl will get hot while the Cacao Butter is melting! Please use an oven mitt or tea towel and be careful! 

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Why do you send honey/maple, I already have some at home?

Not all honey is created equal.

Unfortunately some honeys are cut with corn syrup, can you believe it?! 😳

In addition, we have tested over 10 honeys and some honeys don’t mix well, so you end up with just a clump of honey in the bottom of your chocolate. The honey we use is organic and raw, so it’s the healthiest type of honey other than manuka. AND it mixes like a dream!  🤩

As for sending the maple, we didn’t want our vegan friends to feel left out and this way it’s a complete kit. 🥰

Can you tell me more about Cacao powder and butter? 

Cacao is native to South American rainforests surrounding the amazon.

Ancient Mayan civilisation Cacao was prized for its ability to promote energy and mental clarity.  

Theobroma Cacao is the the full name of Cacao.

Theobroma comes from ancient Greek and translates as 'Food of the Gods'.

Cacao is the Mayan root word retained by the Spanish colonizers of Mesoamerica to describe the tree and its produce.

When consumed as a part of a healthy lifestyle, cacao powder can be an excellent source of beneficial antioxidants, magnesium and iron. Also containing protein, fibre, zinc, potassium & chromium. 

Cacao Butter is rich in essential plan based fatty acids and antioxidants. 

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Can my child make these with me?

Sure can!

As the melting of the cacao butter is hot we advise that an adult does the melting. Once melted you can wait for the cacao to cool enough that if touched will not burn your child. Alternatively, we pour the melted cacao butter into a separate bowl, our daughter then pours in the dry ingredients and honey and mixes it all up, knowing she isn’t to touch the cacao butter.

So how much your child/ren can and can’t do comes down to age, understanding and your insights.

Our daughter loves having her own batch of chocolates that she chooses all the flavours to. And of course licking the bowl.

We hope your family has as much fun! 

What about the packaging?

Our packaging is either compostable or recyclable.

Also the cylinders can be used for so many things!

We currently have one on our table as our pen/pencil holder!

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What's the refund policy?

You are welcome to a refund if the kit is unopened and resalable and within 30 days of purchase.
Opened kits are non-refundable.


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