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1) Wash your hands well with soap and water. You'll want to repeat this as you make models we discovered.
2) Use the handwipe to clean your hands.
4) Shape the chocolate into 1-4 models, ideally you get 4 creations but really it depends on how big you make them, doesn't it? We averaged around 3-4 models and this was with sharing the discs as someone wanted an extra dark one or didn't want their white ones.
Everyone had fun, a lot of fun, in fact, I think the adults had more fun though they also took the modeling more seriously requesting a butter knife at one point to help with the detailing. Let me share some of our observations and suggestions after using these in a party setting.
Make sure you use a wipeable tablecloth or table over a washable floor because it does make a bit of a mess and you will drop pieces.
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Share your extra discs and help each other out. This is especially important with younger children who may find the disc squishing a bit of a challenge in their smaller, weaker hands.
Form the white chocolate pieces of your creations first because the milk and dark chocolate will discolor them otherwise. Wash your hands between models.
If the modeling chocolate gets too soft just let it set for a few minutes and you can use it again. Make sure you squish even if the images looks like it uses a single disc for part of the object you are making or the pieces will not stick very well.
The dark and white chocolate tasted the most chocolatey but they all had a sort of Tootsie Roll flavor and texture to them. The chocolate tastes best after being used to model so don't eat just the discs.
If our Magic Choc party test sounds like fun to you, you can buy this product online or in a few stores at this link. It was a lot of fun and since it used real chocolate without too many added ingredients it earns a Sacrament Status over all.