Adorable Edible Halloween Inspired Chocolate Bowls | Eat The Trend

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    Chocolate bowls decorated to look like your favorite Halloween memories, this dessert is super easy to make and will impress all of your little goblins and ghouls at the next monster mash.

    INGREDIENTS

    For the pumpkin:
    3 packages orange candy melts, melted and slightly
    1 package chocolate candy melts, melted and slightly
    6 balloons

    For the skeleton:
    3 packages white candy melts, melted and slightly cooled
    1 package chocolate candy melts, melted and slightly cooled
    6 balloons

    For the vampire:
    3 packages chocolate candy melts, melted and slightly
    1 package red candy melts, melted and slightly
    1 package white candy melts, melted and slightly
    6 balloons

    DIRECTIONS

    1.To make the pumpkin: Dip inflated balloons into melted orange candy melts.

    Let cool.

    Repeat the process and refrigerate bowls until firm.
    2.

    Fill a pastry bag with chocolate candy melts, fitted with a fine tip and pipe a jack o’ lantern face on the front of the candy bowl.

    Let cool and refrigerate if necessary.
    3.

    Once candy bowls are cooled, use a pin to pop the balloon and remove any remaining balloon scraps left inside the bowl.
    4.

    To make the skeleton: Dip inflated balloons into melted white candy melts.

    Let cool.

    Repeat the process and refrigerate bowls until firm.
    5.

    Fill a pastry bag with chocolate candy melts, fitted with a fine tip and pipe a skeleton face on the front of the candy bowl.

    Let cool and refrigerate if necessary.
    6.

    Once candy bowls are cooled, use a pin to pop the balloon and remove any remaining balloon scraps left inside the bowl.
    7.

    To make the vampire: Dip inflated balloons into melted chocolate candy melts.

    Let cool.

    Repeat the process and refrigerate bowls until firm.
    8.

    Fill a pastry bag with white candy melts, fitted with fine tips and pipe a smile and vampire teeth onto the bowl.

    Use melted red candy melts and add a spooky drizzle of blood on the front of the candy bowl.

    Let cool and refrigerate if necessary.
    9.

    Once candy bowls are cooled, use a pin to pop the balloon and remove any remaining balloon scraps left inside the bowl.

    Use the red candy melts to add blood dripping from the top edge of the bowl.

    Yield 18 Servings Cook Time 2 hours

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