How to make a CHOCOLATE BOWL using ice How To Cook That Ann Reardon

Welcome to How to Cook That .net. I’m Ann
Reardon. For a printable copy of any of the recipes or more information, simply go to
the website Today we’re looking at how to make chocolate
bowls using ice as a mould, and this chocolate sphere. To start with we’ll need to melt our
chocolate. I’m gonna to use chocolate melts. To melt those in the microwave, 30 seconds,
stir, 20 seconds, stir, 10 seconds, stir, and then repeat that until it is completely
melted. You must stir it, or they will burn. And use a bowl that doesn’t get hot. So to use an ice mould, obviously you have
to make the ice in the shape that you want, so I’ve used some cheap sphere ice moulds
from China for these moulds. And then just simply put your chocolate in a zip-lock bag
and zig-zag it back and forth over the top of your ice. And then before it sets completely
hard, you need to get a round cookie cutter. And just place that over the top to cut off
any excess chocolate, unless of course you want the excess chocolate there in your design,
I didn’t in these ones. So just, on each of them, push down, and then you should just
be able to wait a couple of minutes, and simply lift the chocolate off the ice, because the
ice starts to melt and get smaller, which makes it ver easy to get the chocolate off. Then the next question of course is, can you
use that same mehtod with a larger chocolate? Well yes you can. Here I’ve made a more of
a lacy chocolate bowl, using a large ice mould. I didn’t find it as stable as using containers
as the mould. Proabably because some of the water from the ice gets between the joins
of the chocolate, but it is a tecnique that does work. So simply take your chocolate again
in a zip-lock bag and start to pipe in on. Make sure all your design joins up. You can’t
have gaps in it, because obviously when the ice is gone, it needs to be able to hold itself
together. So keep piping until you’ve got a design that is completely joined together.
Leave it for about 10minutes for the ice to melt out a bit more, and then simply take
it off the top. I had some paper towel under the al-foil to absorb the water from the ice
as it melts. And then you can fill it with strawberries or whatever you so like for your
dessert. You can click on the other two videos here
to see how to make chocolate bowls using containers and using balloons. Or click to subscribe
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98 thoughts on “How to make a CHOCOLATE BOWL using ice How To Cook That Ann Reardon

  1. I love your videos 🙂 It's so relaxing and enjoying to watch your video after a long day at work 🙂 Keep uploading more! Thanks for sharing the tips!

  2. All your videos are so awesome >///< I wanna bake all day because of these and I don't have the time!! D=

  3. Wow is the real great, you're just as good! I going to make them this week, but just wanted to know, they can keep the bowls so long out? So they are made of chocolate melts they do not have time? if it is hot or so 🙂 hope you respond fast so I can try them! You really cute 🙂 you make recipes so we can try and them 🙂 thank you for all the other recipes! 🙂

  4. Can you use any chocolate for this? I'd like to use dark chocolate but i'm not sure if it needs to be a specific type that sets quickly? 🙂 Thanks 

  5. Hello hello. I tried to temper chocolate as you explained in your video, but it melts at room temperature 🙁
    I'm really desperate :'( Do you have any idea why I fail my tempering process ?

  6. hi , Ann, 'I am happy i bumped into this site. have a question . can i use GEL colours for chocolate? I have amriclour gel colour

  7. You just made my day! I'm so inspired now to make this or any of your recipes, very clear step by step instructions. I really appreciate that you made such awesome videos.

  8. You have such a soft voice that when I go to sleep I NEED to hear your voice to fall asleep (not trying to be creepy)😊

  9. Your voice calms me so much it puts me to sleep,sooths me,your voice makes me feel so safe 😬 sorry if I'm creeping you

  10. OMG I just looovve ur videos I watch them like 10 times a day to cook that and I made the chocolate bowl and my sister kept nibbling at it….. But it was great 😘😘😄😄😍 I love you

  11. Can you just freeze a plastic bowl or does it need to be a special ice mold?. Also when you were melting the choc, you said to use a bowl that doesn't get hot? I never heard of any such bowl? What type of bowl would that be/

  12. I'm learning so much from your videos!! On your website, you wrote that the best way to make chocolate bowls is to use an actual bowl as a mold by covering it with foil or parchment paper. Could you please post a video on how to do that?

  13. Hi Ann, I have a question. I have heard that water is the worst enemy of chocolate. It doesnt apply to the tempered one or how can you manage to do such bowls avoiding water ruin your chocolate?? Thanks for your videos I'm learning a lot!

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