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Glee Gum Make Your Own Chocolate Kit Review and Giveaway

Gift Guide Post #32

Good Evening Neighbors!

Here is a really keen gift idea for children!  It is from Glee Gum!  They have several Make Your Own Kits.  And they are really fun to do!  My daughters 11 and 14 made the Chocolates all by themselves!  They put peanut butter inside.  And my husband was thrilled!  The process was so easy!  We have used their gum kit before.

 Glee Gums goal is to Connect kids to people in other parts of the world. Create something wonderful and delicious to eat.  And to Captivate kid's interest by learning and doing.

Included in the Make Your Own Chocolate Kit is:
Certified Organic Cocoa Butter
Cocoa Powder
Confectioners Sugar
Starter Crystals
A Temperature Indicator
Paper Candy Liners
Instructions and the Story of Chocolate

You melt the cocoa butter add the cocoa powder and sugar and then stir and stir, until it reaches the correct temperature.  You then add the starter crystals so the chocolate "tempers".  Then you can enjoy some chocolates.  They do add a few cacao beans so you can taste some.  The kit makes 8 oz of dark chocolate.

 The Glee Gum Make Your Own Kits are available in the Chocolate Kit which we received, Chewing Gum and Gummy Candy.  The Kits are normally $13 each, but for the month of November you can get all 3 for $30.  I know many little girls and boys would love to receive one of these kits.  Moms and Grandmas make sure you add at least one of these kits to your list!  Be sure to find Glee Gum on Twitter and Facebook.

The winner of this giveaway will receive one of the Make Your Own Kits.  (Winner's choice).


Darlene said…
I would pick the Make Your Own Gummies Kits
Niecey said…
Make your own gummies (we already did the chocolate kit once. It was fun!)
CathyH said…
I like the gummies kit!
karenmed409 said…
I would pick the Chewing gum kit
karenmed409 at comcast dot net
Amy W. said…
I would pick the Make Your Own Chewing Gum kit. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

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