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Kids Will be Flocking to Amelia's Chocolate Workshops this Easter

Easter Chocolate Workshops

Amelia's Chocolate Workshops are back once again this Easter, giving kids the chance to create their own chocolate creations to take home - If they last that long!

If your looking for things to do with children in Scarborough this Easter, then look no further than the popular Amelia's Chocolate Workshops.

Taking place every day through-out the Easter holidays the fun workshops and will see children making their own marshmallow covered, chocolate sheep and a mini flower in its own pot.

The Workshops last about an hour and are suited to anyone over 5 years old. And there's even a place where parents can enjoy a coffee whilst the kids are entertained.

Speaking about her latest workshops Amelia said:
"If your kids like chocolate and they like making stuff then they will love our workshops. It's great fun because it's chocolate, you make it yourself and then you get to eat it too!"

One previous customer said of the workshops:
"I took my nieces and son to one of Amelia's workshops in the school holidays, they all had a fantastic time and cannot wait to do another. It really was value for money and Amelia is amazing with the children. If you are thinking of attending a workshop then do not hesitate as you will not be disappointed."

The Easter Chocolate Workshop costs £10 per person and can be booked online at or by calling 01723 447110.

Kids Will be Flocking to Amelia's Chocolate Workshops this Easter Reviewed by Editor on 22:09:00 Rating: 5


  1. I would say to anybody many other chocolatiers are better than this one. I have seen how she makes it first hand and she reuses chocolate that the children have touched! Germs - hygiene! I myself am a doctor with two little children and have taken them to one of these workshops and i would never go here again. The chocolate is as i say that is left over from the workshops is melted down and reused to sell to customers.

    1. Oh gosh! But if it is melted down i am sure the germs would go from the temperature of the chocolate :) i understand what you mean but i am sure she knows what she is doing x

  2. Hi Karen, I would love to hear more on what you have seen please ring me on 01723 447110 as I don't get what you've seen us remelt that the kids have touched. We also get the kids to was there hands when entering our workshops. Any chocolate left in our bowl is remelted but the kids certainly don't touch that. And the kids take home everything they make so I am very confused!


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