Blow up some small balloons. Dip the bottom portion in melted chocolate. Let the excess chocolate run off. Repeat 2-3 times to ensure a thick chocolate shell.
Spoon a small amount of chocolate onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or aluminum foil to form the base of the cup. Set a chocolate-dipped balloon in the center of the dollop.
Allow the chocolate to harden completely. Note: I do not recommend putting the cups in the fridge to harden! When removed from the fridge the chocolate will begin to “sweat”, and who likes sweaty chocolate?
Once the cups have hardened completely, find something pointy and pop the balloons.
Fill your scrumptious chocolate cups with whatever strikes your fancy. I recommend ice cream, pudding, mousse, or all of the above.
Share! For the love of god, don’t eat them all yourself. Trust me, you’ll regret it.
Nom nom nom nom!
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