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What is a chocolate fountain machine? Someone suggested that I hire one for my daughter's 18th birthday next month.


Chocolate fountain machines have become very popular lately at parties and events. They are basically fountains that have liquid chocolate running out of the spouts. Usually fruit, marshmallows etc are placed on sticks nearby and guests can dip their chosen item into the flowing chocolate. It's pretty cool.

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How much chocolate is needed for a cookworks chocolate fountain


http://www.koolatron.com/manuals/WTF-43E%20Choc.%20Ftn%20Double%20Tower%20Manual.pdf this is the only thing I could locate, there are reviews on your machine but none told of a limit or amount, they all did say however to add a little oil to the choc as it helps the flow and you cant taste it

May 18, 2011 | Vacuums

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I am looking for the recipe for the chocolate fountain. What is the ratio of chocolate chips to oil?


You can buy special chocolate fountain chocolate to use, or you can just use standard milk / dark chocolate chips and add 1/2 a cup of good vegetable or coconut oil for every pound (16 Oz) of chocolate.

There are many different variations on the recipe and you can Google CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN RECIPE to get an idea of the many different options which include adding cream or liqueur.

Basically you just want to melt your chocolate on the stove in a double boiler if possible.
If you use a microwave, then carefully heat only on low power and stir after every minute.

Pour the melted chocolate into the fountain base and turn on the fountain for a few minutes. Then shut it off for a minute to allow it to vent any air and restart.

You can always add a little more oil to the recipe if the chocolate does not flow properly.

Good luck and enjoy.

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Instructions to CFF-986 chocolate fountain doesn't say how much melted chocolate to use. Also, is there a certain kind that is best to use?


It holds up to 3 pounds of melted chocolate, There is no certain brand of chocolate that works best but you will find that the smaller chocalate chips melt better and you will also need to add a little vegetable oil to keep it flowing properly.

Aug 26, 2010 | Vacuums

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Hi! I lost the instructions and wanted the recipe for chocolate fondue for about 60 people. Thanks so much for your help.


With out without a fountain this link is pretty good. FYI One Pound of chocolate Fondue will feed 10 people grazing. So for 60 people you will need at least 6 lbs of dark chocolate.
Link:
http://www.ellenskitchen.com/bigpots/plan/chocfont.html

From the linked page....

MICROWAVING THE CHOCOLATE Pre-melting your chocolate or sauce recipe in a microwaveable zip-lock bag speeds the maintenance of the fountain. The chocolate MUST be placed in the microwave in the bag with the proper amount of oil added (a good estimate is 1/2 cup of vegetable oil per 5 pounds of high quality chocolate) on medium power for 3 minutes. Then the chocolate should be stirred by smashing the bag around- hold in oven gloves, it will be hot- or with a rubber scraper and put back in the microwave. Microwave again on low power for an additional one to three minutes. Carefully pour the melted chocolate into the preheated fountain, preheated 3-5 minutes at 100 °.
Any blackening of the chocolate hints that it is burnt, if this occurs, discard it. It will spoil the entire batch.

Check out the fruits recommendations of the same link too!

Jun 23, 2010 | Sephra Elite Chocolate Fondue Fountain

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How much oil do you put in with the chocolate?


Experiment with it. Start with just a little oil and periodically add more until it flows properly. Be sure it sets up when it gets cool, if it doesn't you have to much oil.
Good Luck,
Gilshultz

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INstructions for rival chocolate fountain


you need about 2/3 cup of oil to 1 bag of chocolate chips (i think we use about 3 bags). In a bowl with the oil and chocoloate chips, melt them in the microwave about a minute at a time until its all liquid DO NOT over cook the chocolate chips in the microwave, they will scorch. Once melted pour into the fountain and turn it on. I would do one bag at a time. Hope this helps!

Jul 05, 2009 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Need recipe for mixing chocolate & oil for fountain


Buy your fountain chocolate from www.wesellchocolate.com. It is an imported Belgian Chocolate that comes in 2.5lb tubs that you put in the microwave and don't need to add any oil. Very easy and delicious!

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I need the directions for my rival chocolate fountain


From what I have found you need 1 cup vegatable oil for 5 cups chocolate chips.

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