St. Patricks Day Chocolate Bowls
What you need:
Chocolate Melting Wafers
Parchment Paper Pudding flavors of your choice or anything you’d like to put in your bowls
Keep in mind that some people are allergic to latex. Let People know the bowls were made with Balloons
What to do:
Blow up balloons. Just about 2 blows will get them to the right size.
Melt the Chocolate. I used a 4 cup measuring cup so that it was deep enough.
Now hold the balloon by the knot and dip the balloon into chocolate. Check to make sure the chocolate is a room temperature before you dip. Chocolate that’s too hot will pop thew balloons.
Place on the parchment paper.
Then I placed the balloons in the fridge for 5 minutes and then dipped the balloons in the chocolate again.
I did think about 5-6 times with 5 minutes of them being in the fridge after dipping.
After the last dip, put them in the freezer for 10 minutes.
After the chocolate is hardened, it’s time to get rid of the balloons.
Gently remove the chocolate covered balloon from the dipping sheet. If using waxed paper, you might need to slide a knife around the bottom edge to loosen the bottom of the chocolate bowl.
Now use a sharp knife and pop the balloon.
As the balloon deflates it will still be attached to the inside of the chocolate. Very slowly peel the balloon away from the chocolate.
Keep the chocolate bowls cool until you plan to use them!
For mine filled the chocolate bowls with Brownie Crumbles, Green Pudding, Chocolate Pudding and a Cute little Green Chick Peep. To get the swirl pudding, I used Chocolate Pudding, and Vanilla Pudding that I tinted green. Using a Ziploc sandwich bag I snipped the end corner of the bag and fitted it with a large star tip. Filled the right side of the bag with green pudding and the left side with chocolate pudding, sealed the bag and piped the pudding into the chocolate bowls.
What would you put in chocolate bowls?