Chocolate bowls are the coolest edible bowls, ever. Fill them with ice cream, chocolate mousse, candy, cookies, pretzels, pudding or fruits. These creative dessert bowls are always a hit at parties.
Want to guess how to make chocolate ice cream bowls? Don’t worry if you can’t figure it out. I will fill you in on the secret trick to making them. You won’t believe how easy it is to do, once you know how it’s done. Visit my Chocolate Berry Bowl blog post to see how pretty these fruit dessert bowls can be filled with mixed berries!
Balloons. That’s the secret to making chocolate bowls. You blow up small balloons and dip them in melted chocolate. Once the chocolate hardens, your chocolate balloon bowls are ready for ice cream. The kids can even help you make the bowls. They will have a lot of fun seeing how this little kitchen project turns out.
Here’s my directions for how to make chocolate bowls out of balloons. It takes about an hour from start to finish. Most of that time is spent waiting for the chocolate to cool and harden, forming bowls around the blown up balloons.
Chocolate bowls are a creative and fun way to serve ice cream at parties. You could fill them with other things, too. Chocolate mousse, candy or even fruits and berries if you want a sweet and healthier dessert option.
I used chocolate bowls and a chocolate bunny to make Easter Sundaes for an easy Easter Dessert. Another fun way to serve ice cream is in these chocolate dipped and sprinkled ice cream cones. They are just like the ones you get at the ice cream shop.
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Tell me, what would you put in your chocolate balloon bowls?