If you want to avoid the white “blooming” lines that can appear in dried chocolate, reserve about 2 tablespoons of unmelted chocolate and stir it into the warm, melted chocolate until all the chocolate bits are melted and smooth. Blow up 12 balloons, inflating them only to the point that the bottom 1/3 of the balloon will be the perfect size for a chocolate cup. Available in boxes of 32 count or 64 count CUTE!!!!! If you use your fingers to press down on the balloon while peeling it away from the edge, it will help the process. =) I’ve used wax to coat the outside of balloons like this and set tea candles in them and placed them around the patio for a BBQ last summer. Your email address will not be published. We promise to never spam you, and just use your email address to identify you as a valid customer. These are the perfect bite size treat for your special creations. well, now you’ve got me. J – I’m not completely sure why your balloons would have exploded like that but one guess is that if the balloons are inflated completely, it makes their edges thinner and I can see that fully inflated balloons might have issues. I’m not brave enough to try it ever again, there was chocolate EVERYWHERE!!! Pleased Posted by Patsy on May 23 2016 Great packageing . Again, just a theory, but could very possibly be true. Set the balloon on a lined baking sheet to dry. This is a quick and dirty way to temper chocolate. and my balloons have also EXPLODED! Balloons and chocolate is a great idea!!! 9 ounces white chocolate Your site has been on my favorites bar for a year now & I really appreciate everything on here b/c I love the basics that I always use. Even tonight we’re having your sweet & spicy chicken for tacos Sorry you are having to deal with that! You are a genius! That is absolutely amazing. No member photos or videos have been added yet.+ Add a Photo. Simply dollop a small spoonful of leftover chocolate over the hole and let it set. after making the cups how long can you store them for before using and what is the best way to store them? Share! The cups arrived very quickly and in perfect condition because of the excellent packaging. Can’t wait to make these! Latex: please be aware that these cups should not be served to anyone with a latex allergy! . just curious if you can taste any “balloon flavor or after taste” because of smells and flavor that a balloon has…. Hand-crafted Chocolate Dessert Cups are just waiting for you to fill them with liquor or your favorite mousse. Wire Whisk Our chocolate dessert cups are available in deep dark Belgian Dark chocolate, creamy milk chocolate, or delicious white chocolate. This is a quick and dirty way to temper chocolate. They taste great too! Awesome idea! I ordered 6 boxes so I would have sufficient quantities to last through the season. Super creative! So creative, I love it and like you said it will be perfect for that delicious pudding from yesterday. Simply dollop a small spoonful of leftover chocolate over the hole and let it set. I waited and kept whisking the chocolate to cool enough and they stopped popping. Cerrie – you can store them covered at room temperature (as long as your room isn’t too hot; if it is, store them in the fridge) and I’m guessing you could easily make them up to three or so days in advance. Once the chocolate has set, bring the trays of balloons to room temperature and let them sit for 5 minutes or so. Leave some room in your balloon! Mixing Bowl They did stick to the inside so I put them in the freezer for and hour and then poured a little hot water (faucet temp) and the residue came right out. What an amazing idea, Melanie! I love seeing all the goodness you are whipping up in your kitchens! I bet your children had fun helping you! Measuring Cups Print Can’t wait to try these . 12 standard-size (7 in/17.8 cm) balloons Gently wash the balloons with warm water and let them dry completely (to avoid seizing the chocolate with little drops of water). Share!