We at eBuzz Towers thought what better way to celebrate, quite possibly our favourite time of year, than sharing a post dedicated solely to chocolate. Of course there’s more to Easter than chocolate, but let’s face it, it’s definitely the stand-out! These interesting gadgets are bound to have you creating some serious magic in the kitchen this weekend!

The Chocolate Mill

This nifty little gadget is ideal for sprinkling even more chocolate over a whipped cream-topped mug of hot cocoa or any chocolatey dessert. I mean, everything tastes better with chocolate on top!


Chocolate Breaking Tool

This clever little device saves you the hassle of attempting to cut chocolate with a knife, which let’s face it, never ends well. Add this to your priority list this this Easter.


Mr. Coffee Cocomotion Hot Chocolate Maker

Let’s be honest, hot chocolate never tastes as good at home. But, with the Mr.Coffee Cocomotion Hot Chocolate Maker, you’re bound to get the perfect mug each time. Use up some of that leftover Easter egg chocolate instead of using the usual powder – you can thank me later!


Chocolate Fountain

What better gadget than a cheeky chocolate fountain? Simply load it with your favourite chocolate and allow it to work it’s magic. Dunk anything and everything into the fountain – strawberries, marshmallows, nuts, nougat, apple or even bacon – awfully sorry for that pool of drool you’ll have to clean up from your desk right now.


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