Melt & Make chocolate house kit from What2buy4kids review

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Melt & Make chocolate house kit from What2buy4kids review

I like chocolate. 

My kids like chocolate. I’ll be honest; f you don’t like chocolate, I’m not 100% sure I trust you.

We were offered the opportunity to review a chocolate Melt & Make chocolate house kit from website What2buy4kids, and I thought yes, I can do this. I thought it would be a great activity to do together; the kids (or, the big one at least) could make it, and I could eat it.

What2buy4kids is a handy website which helps you pick out gifts for kids of any age. 

Their site is easy to navigate; you can select and age range, the gender of the child or the type of toy/brand and it will whittle down the suggestions to suitable ones with the most popular at the top, although you can change this to filter by price if you’re looking for something under a set budget.

The parcel from What2buy4kids arrived very quickly, and the contents were well packaged.

The box contained instructions, the moulds, a chef’s hat and of course two bags of chocolate buttons which much to my children’s dismay, I melted in the microwave.

The melted chocolate was then thoroughly stirred by my happy little helpers…
Before being poured into the moulds and left to set in the fridge.
The pieces were then turned into this charming chocolate cottage complete with trees, which, as you can imagine did not last long, however the mould can be kept, cleaned and used again.

I thought this was a brilliant rainy day activity; hands-on enough to provide entertainment, much less mess than making cakes and a very quick and tasty end product!

What2buy4kids dispatch anything ordered by 3pm the very same day and they will even gift wrap your purchase for £1.95.

If you’ve forgotten a birthday or just left it to the wire because you’re busy/rubbish then it’s a great site to get acquainted with. I am sure that I will be returning when looking for Christmas inspiration!

We received the Melt & Make chocolate house kit free for the purposes of this review, but words and pictures my own. What2buy4kids can be found here; they’re also active on social media and you can follow them on Twitter here and on Facebook here.


2 Comments

  1. Kim Carberry September 8, 2017
  2. Fran Taylor September 14, 2017

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