How to Make Chocolate Bowls

Follow this easy tutorial for how to make chocolate bowls. They are so fun to make for any party you are having.

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My daughter saw these Chocolate Bowls and has been begging to make them. We decided we would make them today for our Super Bowl treats tonight…with a Valentine theme.  It was so fun!

They are really easy too! Load them with your favorite ice cream and toppings.

INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Start by blowing up a few small balloons.

2.  Melt a bag of Milk Chocolate Chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl.  Stir every 20 seconds until melted.  Then transfer to a smaller bowl for dipping.

Let the chocolate cool for about 5 – 10 minutes or until cool to your touch.  If you don’t wait, your balloons may pop.

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3.  Place a spoonful of chocolate onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or wax paper.  This will be your bowl base.

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4.  Dip each balloon in the chocolate about a 1/4 to 1/2 way up the balloon.  (depending on how deep you would like the bowl to be)  Tilt and rotate the balloon around until it is covered with chocolate.

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5.  Set it on top of the spooned chocolate you placed on the paper.

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6.  After dipping all your balloons, place them in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes.

 

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7.  Then the fun part.  Pop your balloon with a pin.  (or you can also cut a small slit with scissors near the top which is what we ended up doing after trying the pin.)

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8.  Gently pull away the balloon from the sides of the chocolate bowl.

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TADA!!  Ready to load your yummy bowls with ice-cream!

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Inspired by Food Network

Comments

  1. Mon says

    We used melted white chocolate (in a glad bag with the corner cut off) to write the kids initials/name on the bottom of the balloon before dipping it in the milk chocolate. The kids loved seeing their names in their bowls – just remember the reverse the letters when you write them :-)

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