Fun way of starting with healthy and raw chocolate making
10 in stock.
13 January - Sunday - fully booked
19 May - Sunday - fully booked
TIME: 10-4 pm
COST: £175 pp
TUTOR: Magdalena Marsden
GROUP SIZE: 1-3 students
SKILL LEVEL: Suitable for all - perfect for beginners
LOCATION: Bexleyheath - South East London/ Kent Borders
COURSE DATES - BOOK YOUR OWN DATE
This course can be run any date that suits you - for a group of up to 3 people. The total cost is £525 (£175 per person). This is subject to our availability, so it's best to contact us first before you process your payment - contact us here.
This is a great way of starting with raw and healthy chocolate - fun and easy - once you know how to!
Here is what we'll be making:
Raw Chocolate Bar topped with Strawberries and other fruits and nuts
Healthy Breakfast Chocolate Granola with seeds
Zesty Lime & Dark Chocolate Energy Balls
Chocolate Oatmeal Energy Bar
(this list can change seasonally)
In this workshop we will cover the following:
What is raw & healthy chocolate and what ingredients you need to make your chocolate treats (cocoa butter or fats, natural sweeteners and cocoa powders)
How to make raw chocolate bars from scratch
How to temper raw chocolate
How to use quality chocolate in baking and cooking
This chocolate workshop is suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets. All ingredients for our raw chocolate bars are raw and organic where possible. For our other recipes we will be using high quality French and German Origin Chocolate and other delicious ingredients (these are not necessarily raw). We have an options in each recipe to use ingredients free from wheat, gluten, dairy, eggs, yeast, nuts and refined sugar.
Hands on & practical demonstrations chocolate workshop
Everything you make during the workshop, beautifully packed in professional packaging and decorated with ribbons
Recipes & notes
A little healthy goodie bag to get you started with healthy chocolate (this varies, but usually includes chocolate teas, cocoa nibs and 85% cocoa solids Dark Chocolate)
Refreshments and light lunch, including Origin Chocolate Tasting, herbal and chocolate teas and healthy chocolate snacks
Use of all equipment and apron
'Thank you for sharing your tips on healthy chocolate making. Recently I've started to eat more healthily, but wanted to see whether I can still eat chocolate. I found out that most commercially available chocolate bars are simply not suitable for my new diet and wanted to learn how to make my own chocolate snacks and treats. I've now made the chocolate energy bar several times for my grandchildren (and of course didn't even tell them it was 'healthy version'). They absolutely loved it and my daughter is happy that she doesn't need to buy all the sugary chocolate bars from supermarket.'
Sandy, Bexleyheath, Kent
'I've really enjoyed the small group setting of this course - everyone was very friendly and it felt like spending a day with a good friends! My family enjoyed the chocolate treats I've made during the class - to be fair there were so many I had to share them! As you know I've failed before with chocolate making, but after your course, I was able to follow the simple recipes you gave us and created more chocolate energy balls and the chocolate drops with fruit and nuts. Thank you for a fabulous day!'