Cookworks Chocolate Fountain Reviews
Product Type: Cookworks gadgets
Description:Brand: Cookworks / Simple to operate / Heat and flow / Temperature range of chocolate 40°C to 55°C for heat and flow ... more
Newest Review: ... Having never used a chocolate fountain before, I was surprised to read on the instructions that vegetable oil was to be used. ... more
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Cookworks Chocolate Fountain
Cookworks Chocolate Fountain
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Customer Cookworks Chocolate Fountain Reviews (11)
by - written on 08/04/08 (Very useful, 3774 readings)
Here's dedication - I have pleurisy at the moment - not nice. And yet still I write a review. I will get my reward in heaven. That Islamic heaven seems a good deal with all them virgins and what-not but I'll take any heaven if the truth be known. We have a 16-year old with a chocolate fetish. Annoyingly he isn't fat but his day will come. As such, for his birthday, we decided to get a chocolate fountain for the family birthday tea. Knowing this to be essentially a waste of money from the off we looked for cheap and noticed that good old Argos had one of their Cookworks efforts for £12.99 which screamed Billy Bargain. One reservation and a trip to town later ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/08 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Johnyy Depp is just one of the sexiest men in the world, and Im sure Im not the only woman out there who wouldnt mind a little liason with him, but unfortunatley for me, my M&S Chocolate Fountain is the closest I will ever get to him.....Willy Wonka, get it? Aaah I think I have eaten too much chocolate and it has gone to my brain! Never mind! Retailing at £19.50, the fountain looks nice and stylish, and wont be out of place in a modern kitchen. You can get special "beans" of Belgian chocolate to melt, or simply your favourite slab of chocolate. You warm it in the base of the melting pot, and then it gets carried to the top of the fountain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/08 (Very useful, 650 readings)
It is my grandaughters birthday today and she eats too much chocolate for her own good but she enjoys it so I brought a Cookworks Chocolate Fountain as a special treat for her birthday tea. It was only £15 from Argos and I was relieved about that because my daughter had been frightening me with stories of how her friends had paid £40 and £50 for their fountains. I could justify £15 but not more than that for an unnecessary gadget that will only be used once or twice a year. It was easy for my son in law to set up, I could have done it myself because I watched him and it was honestly just a case of slotting the fountain layers in the right order - I had played ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/08 (Very useful, 338 readings)
When I set up my new Chocolate Fountain for the first time my mouth was watering. I could just imagine all those strawberries and bananas dipped in molten chocolate. Never mind the sticks, it would be quicker with a fork. It was almost dinner time, but never mind, I'd have a liquid chocolate lunch for change, as opposed to the other kind of liquid lunch that I have been know to partake of on the odd occasion. Putting this machine together is simple. You just slot the two halves together and locate the controls which are simply two buttons. One of these is to heat the chocolate and the other to get it flowing over the fountain. You can buy packs of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/10 (Very useful, 339 readings)
We bought this chocolate fountain for £24.99 from Argos, but I understand is cheaper from M & S at £19.50. It was for my sister's birthday last month, where we served it with fruit, marshmallows, meringue etc - basically anything we found lying around the house. The chocolate was delicious and kept continuously warm, with the temperature ranging from 40-55 degrees Celsius. It took minutes to assemble, and looked particularly catching in co-ordination with our chrome kitchen. The appliance itself is smaller than I had originally expected, but size isn't everything - and hey it melts chocolate. After an entertaining, belly-busting night, we found ... Read the complete review
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