Want to really impress guests at your next dinner party? How about serving dessert in an edible bowl, even better, in a bowl made from chocolate.
Gelato, sorbet, mousse or fruit will all take on another dimension when served in chocolate bowl, giving dessert time that extra wow factor.
Not sure how to go about making a chocolate bowl? Try one of these three simple methods, whether you choose to use the balloon technique or want to learn how to make chocolate bowls without using balloons and instead create an impressive lattice effect using the ice technique or using a covered container.
How to Make Chocolate Bowls
1. How to Make chocolate Bowls Using Balloons
2. How to Make a Chocolate Bowls Using Ice
3. How to make Chocolate Bowls Using Foil Covered Containers
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