if its just for your reviews. i say go for the clamp lights attached to 2 chairs at 45degree angles to your main subject. go for standard 2 point lighting. you can even add more for 3 point lighting or even more.
clamp lights will attach to just about anything and you can slap one of those big bulbs in them for lots of light, the make big fluorescent bulbs that are seen in that kit. only problem is you are limited by that kit that was linked. those clamp lights can get closer and in tight spaces that a tradition light that has low lumens just cant do.
if you want to soften the light up because you are using brighter lights that arent fluorescent then you can put wax paper over the front to soften it up. i keep a roll of wax paper with me on every video set just for that purpose of a down 'n' dirty way to soften light up
other options are much more expensive. i would tell you to stay away from fresnel lights because they generate heat which isnt good for reviewing chocolate
so you can either go with a fluorescent kit or snag some LED panel lights.
i have a review of a small LED panel that i bought for my camera that works fantastically.