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  • Lynda Garner

    chocolate bowls? amazing. Love this idea for a birthday party!!!!

  • Cindy McKenzie

    DIY Edible chocolate bowls for icecream.

  • fran smith

    CHOCOLATE BOWLS: Dip a balloon into chocolate, let it harden, pop the balloon and you're left with a chocolate cup.

  • Kathy Humphrey

    Chocolate Cups: blow up (water) balloons, rinse and let them dry. Before use: spray non-stick cooking spray on each. Just a little. Melt some semi-sweet chocolate, white chocolate or confectionery coating (can add a drip of Olive Oil (for wax). Can use same candy coating I use for cake pops. Let it cool slightly before using. It doesn’t need to be super hot. OR... Chocolate Pudding Cups for sundaes: Spray balloon with non-stick spray before dipping... http://www.bakerella.com/pudding-cups/

  • Jules Phillips

    chocolate bowls supplies: water balloons chocolate ice cream

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