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Babycakes Chocolatier

Not a tip. A question: Has anyone seen the Babycakes chocolatier thing? I saw a picture of it when i was looking through stuff on ebay, then looked at the this facebook page and someone said they saw one in a kohls ad. But when i searched for it I got nothing….Just wondering if its out there somewhere

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  1. I got three of them at Kohl’s, keeping one for myself and giving the other two as gift. Got one for $12.99 minus my 20% discount, then got the other two for 9.99 minus my 30% discount. Haven’t used it yet. They are not easy to find, they are not on line at Kohl’s. If you see it in the ad, you better go ASAP when the sale starts because they sell very fast!!!

  2. Is the chocolatier electric/plug in? I have a mini crock pot and was curious if they are the same size. Does anyone have the dimensions? It looks tiny which would be good so you do not waste chocolate. My mini crock seems a bit large for this with just under a six inch diameter. Does anyone know the diameter for the chocolatier?

  3. Just bought one yesterday at Kohls. They have the complete collection, including the accessories. I is in a special Holiday display along with all of the other Babycake products. I live in Michigan and it was at the Kohls in Rochester HIlls,

  4. It’s about 4″ across the inside of the crock and says it has a 2-1/2 cup capacity.

    Got it at Kohl’s yesterday- marked at $9.95, rang up at $8.95. Then I had a 15% off coupon!

  5. I just got mine yesterday and it didn’t come with an instruction manual. And I can’t seem to find one on this website. Did anyone else get one and if so, can you share any useful information I might need?

    • I purchased babycakes chocolatier and box had no instructions in it . Called Kohls where I purchased and was told go on line and get instructions. I did that 3 times and never heard anything. I am about totaked item back I have had a month and cann’t use it . I am very unhappy I have not been able to use.

    • I got one for Christmas — mostly what you have to do is take the interior pot out, put your chocolate, frosting (for dipping little cakes ) or even cheese dip) in the microwave, and THEN you plug in the pot and put it in the interior pot in and it keeps your stuff warm and at the temp you want for up to 4 hours, It doesn’t cook food so anything you want to put in it has to be pre-cooked and pre-warmed.

  6. I was at Kohl’s today and purchased the last one they had the display model. Can some one scan or take a few pictures of the manual? I’m looking forward to trying this melter today! I’m new to this blog. Happy Holidays to all
    Don
    if you could email manual at kc9dfk gmail . com

  7. I know someone that got one, and would LOVE to have one. I don’t know if they have used it or if they have if they ever will again (not because they don’t like it but because they DON”T EVER BAKE) I found them one Ebay, but they start at 15.99, I think i will wait and see if I can find it a Kohls, or just use my regular small crock pot.

  8. I just purchsaed the display model today from Kohls here, since they never had it in stock. But like others do not have the instruction manual. Can someone Please help out and post the manual, or at least some helpful hints on how to use it? do you microwave the choclates first and then keep them warm in it? does it actually melt wiltons candy melts or almond bark on its own? If so How long does it take to melt and be ready? 10 minutes? 40 minutes? Any help would be greatly apppreciated. Thank you!

  9. You can find a copy of the manual on the babycakes website … if you go to the products page and select the Chocolatier, on the right side of the picture you will see 3 tabs, one of them says “Instruction Manual”, if you click on it, it should pop up the manual for you.
    I always microwave the candy melts or almond bark in the microwave, use the defrost setting since otherwise the heat it too high, microwave in defrost for about 2 minutes, stir, defrost for another minute, stir, defrost for another minute, stir … it will probably not all be melted completely at this point, but most of it probably will. I then set it on the chocolatier base and let the machine melt all the way so that I make sure I don’t over-cook the melts.
    I also tried melting a whole bag of Wilton candy melts in the Chocolatier, and it will actually melt them, but it takes betwee an hour and an hour and a half to do so. Hope these tips help you out! I have 2 chocolatiers, that way I can work with 2 color candy melts at the same time :)

    • Thanks for the idea to use the defrost setting! Never thought of that, duh. We have a pretty powerful microwave and I usually ruin the chocolate; not any more!

  10. Ok I am not a baker and NEVER delt with melting chocolate! I am in desperate need of help!!! I made cake balls and I bought the Baby Cakes Chocolatier at Kohls thinging this was going to be easy! Well I followed the directions and the chocolate seized which I didnt even know what that was until someone told me! So I put the chocolate in the pot and put it in the microwave like it said do you keep the actual warmer pluged in while doing this it didnet seem that warm! So the chocolate got thick and then would not melt any more,.. I bought melting chocolate and a reputable place so its not junk! Please help me I have all my balls made 198 I thought the diping would be easy!!! NOT!!! UGH! HELP!

  11. i bought the set from someone and the chocolatier came without the ceramic insert. does anyone know where i can find just the insert or can give me a distributor name to order one separately?

  12. Is there anywhere on this or any system for that matter, the demonstrates how to use the two tools provided with the chocolatier? They are not even mentioned in the booklet

  13. My daughter bought me one for my birthday, I do a lot of baking and this will help. Does anyone know if you can use the chocolatier for soups or hot dips? Please someone ansewer my question. Thanks.

  14. The Babycakes dual chocolateir is perfect for melting chocolate, decorating cake pops, making truffles, dipping fruits and snacks and more. The stoneware crock is removable, making it easy to melt the chocolate in the microwave and then keep it at the perfect consistency for dipping in the electrical unit. The insert and lid are dishwasher safe. It comes with a spiral tool for dipping strawberries, pretzels and nuts for candy coated treats, plus a mesh dipping tool for truffles that allows excess chocolate run off.

  15. The stoneware crock is removable, making it easy to melt the chocolate in the microwave and then keep it at the perfect consistency for dipping in the electrical unit. The insert and lid are dishwasher safe. It comes with a spiral tool for dipping strawberries, pretzels and nuts for candy coated treats, plus a mesh dipping tool for truffles that allows excess chocolate run off.

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