Ready to enjoy

A unique and delicious way to offer your guests a dessert. Not only will they enjoy what you serve inside it but they can also eat the entire bowl. No mess, no dishes, and happy, delighted guests.


  • Chocolate  – 10 ounces
    • Can be dark, milk or white. We find dark to be the best.
    • You can use regular chocolate (We prefer Trader Joe’s brand) or a tempered chocolate
  • Balloons
    • The small kind (6-8 inches)


  • Melt chocolate over medium heat.
  • Remove from heat and allow to cool for about 5 minutes.
  • While chocolate is  cooling wash and dry balloons and then blow them up  until they are 6 to 8 inches tall. Have a few extra in case some pop.
Blow up balloons
  • Place a clean Flour Girl Kitchen baking mat onto a baking sheet.
  • Using a spoon add about a teaspoon of melted chocolate to the baking mat about 4 inches apart and smooth into a small circular disk about 2 inches wide. This will serve as the base of your bowl.
Create circular diskMake several disks spaced evenly apart






  • Hold a balloon by the knot and use a spoon to coat the bottom 1/2 to 1/3 of a balloon with melted chocolate. Feel free to be as creative and artistic as you like.
Coat balloon with melted chocolate.
  • Place balloon chocolate side down on top of the circular disk you created on the baking mat.
Place balloon on chocolate disk
  • Repeat this process for each balloon.
Repeat with remaining balloonsTop view of balloons on mat






  • When finished place the cookie sheet in the freezer.
  • After an hour or so, take the cookie sheet out of freezer, pop the balloons and remove them from the bowls.
Pop the baloons and remove from frozen chocolate bowls
  • Add whatever dessert you like to your bowls and serve.
Ready to enjoy

Tip: Keep bowls frozen until ready for use.