Chocolate Workshop At Harriston Signature

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Kids unleash their creativity during the chocolate workshop at Harriston Signatue
Kids unleash their creativity during the chocolate workshop at Harriston Signatue
Kids unleash their creativity during the chocolate workshop at Harriston Signatue

If you’re a chocolate lover or you’re looking for fun activities for your kids during the holidays or weekends, you might want to consider participating in Harriston Chocolate’s chocolate workshop for adults and kids over the age of 3. The workshop incorporates 4 processes and will keep your kids engrossed for at least an hour, if not more.

The ingredients and tools for the chocolate workshop
The ingredients and tools for the chocolate workshop
Our chocolate workshop presented by Harriston's Sales & Marketing Manager
Our chocolate workshop presented by Harriston’s Sales & Marketing Manager

Other than the ingredients, the box contains toothpicks for shaping the chocolate, a face mask and plastic gloves. Of course the box is also for storing all your DIY chocolate goodies once the workshop is completed.

Using a piping bag to pour into the chocolate moulds
Using a piping bag to pour into the chocolate moulds

The session begins with putting in chopped nuts, raisins, coloured sprinkles into chocolate moulds and then using a piping bag to cover up with chocolate ganache. Once done, wait for the chocolate to harden.

Ruby chocolate melted for decorating
Ruby chocolate melted for decorating
Make your lollipop
Make your lollipop

Next, participants make their own lollipops by learning how to pour melted chocolate on to a piece of paper or use a piping bag to achieve the desired results. The process includes inserting sticks into the chocolate mixture and removing the chocolate once it has hardened. During this process, you can use as many types of chocolate as you like.

Coating biscuits with melted chocolate
Coating biscuits with melted chocolate

The third process involves chocolate painting where participants learn how to coat biscuits by dipping into melted chocolate or pouring melted chocolate over the biscuits. Then decorate the biscuits with the toppings provided such as sprinkles.

The Harris Orang Utan mould
The Harris Orang Utan mould
My Harris Orang Utan creation
My Harris Orang Utan creation

Last but not least, participants learn how to mould Harris the Orang Utan which can be brought home as a treat for themselves or even as a personalised gift for their loved ones.

For more information on this workshop and Harriston Chocolate products, visit www.harristonchocolate.com

 

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