Kids Easter Chocolate Making Workshop

Do you have a young chocolatier in your midst?

Join artisan chocolate maker Bertrand from KoKoArtisan for an afternoon of fun, as your children get their hands messy making their very own chocolate Easter eggs. 

In the one-hour workshop, children will learn how chocolate is made and where the ingredients come from. They will also be given a box of their very own chocolate eggs, and experience the magic of decorating their eggs with different colours of chocolate and ingredients. 

The children will leave the workshop with chocolate on their faces, their own handmade unique Easter eggs and the skills to make even more at home. 

Sessions are limited to only 6 children, so don’t miss out. 


Time and date: Saturday 13 April 2019 2pm-3pm.

Location: Meet at KoKoArtisan at the Niche Markets, located within the Fyshwick Markets.

Cost: $30 per ticket.

Children aged 5 to 12 years welcome.

*The workshop will contain nuts. 

Click HERE to purchase your ticket.

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