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Which supermarket bought chocolate is best for use in chocolate fountain?

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Sparkler Tue 19-Jun-07 17:48:17

Only used ours once and bought really, really cheap supermarket brand to try it out. Seemed to work ok.
It's DD's birthday this weekend and promised her I would get the fountain out for her.
Choccie recommendations would be much appreciated.
Don't really have time to order online now.
TIA

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wurlywurly Tue 19-Jun-07 18:56:11

tbh we have used the value chocolate from morrisons, tesco and asda its its all been lovely. I know the morrisons one is about 25p a bar, we normally buy lots of milk choc and a couple of dark and mix the 2, it tends to make a nicer flavour.

HTH

Peachy Tue 19-Jun-07 18:57:55

some of the value choccy bars are surprisingly nice actually- iirc asda is best

ktmoomoo Tue 19-Jun-07 19:01:07

wat do you mix your chocolate with

Macdog Tue 19-Jun-07 19:07:00

Tesco value dark and milk chocolate are both really nice

ktmoomoo Tue 19-Jun-07 19:09:47

it says veg iol or co co butter

kateyp Tue 19-Jun-07 19:14:15

And remember to get it level for optimum 'sheeting'

stressteddy Tue 19-Jun-07 19:16:38

What about toblerone?
I don't know about fountains but it's the best for fondue
yum

wurlywurly Tue 19-Jun-07 19:24:00

dont think youcan put toblerone in it as the little bits would get stuck.

whoops Tue 19-Jun-07 19:30:31

I'm going to watch this now as I'm tempted to get one for the weekend!

BettySpaghetti Tue 19-Jun-07 19:33:49

Lidl does some really lovely but cheap choc.

bonkerz Tue 19-Jun-07 19:33:57

check here!

smoggie Tue 19-Jun-07 19:44:50

Thorntons do the proper choccy for fountains that you don't have to add oil to. It tastes so much nicer than when you have to add oil. It's £3.50 a bag and you need two to make it work. I top it up (if needed ) with normal, cheap chooccy.

petunia Tue 19-Jun-07 21:48:45

We've only used ours once but we used (2x400g and 1/2 of a 200g bar) Sainsbury's Dark Chocolate with a bit of oil. Seemed to work well (but then again, we love this choc anyway!)
Would be interested in trying out other brands and seeing what a difference it makes.

mycholatez Sat 31-Mar-18 09:05:22

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kateandme Sun 01-Apr-18 11:12:05

Tesco own brand think they are a blue packet.its really good..and there dark and white too.

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