The Partiologist: Chocolate Dome

Chocolate Dome

Finally - What you've been saving room for! 
 
THE CHOCOLATE  DOME!
 


It really is quite simple, but takes just a little time...or alot of time if you make several.  Here is what you need to get started~
Cup, Chocolate Chips, Piping Bag and 4" - 7" Balloons
Blow up your balloon, rub on some vegetable oil and place in cup~
Fill your piping bag with some chocolate chips~
Melt in the microwave at 30 second intervals.  When melted, snip the end~
Start piping around the balloon overlapping each loop~
Keep piping loops until you get it to the desired size~
After piping around the balloon, let it dry COMPLETELY!!
While the dome is drying, get your serving plates ready~
Sprinkle the plates with edible glitter~
Then carefully lift up the balloon and snip a Teeny Tiny hole in the bottom of the balloon while holding.  So very slowly, start letting the air out, you will hear the chocolate "crackle" when it releases from the balloon.
After the chocolate completely releases from the balloon, lift off the dome and set them on wax paper until you're ready to serve.  Right before serving, place your little Chocolate cake on the plate and cover with the dome~ 
Another angle~
Then do this sixteen more times and you're done.  Or only have four people for dinner!
View the Complete Party - HERE
I really do hope you give it a try, you'll be so glad you did!
Chocolate...not just for Breakfast anymore!

16 comments :

  1. So cool and nice too!!!

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  2. wow this looks easy, and wonderful, but i know its something wayyyyyyy beyond me!!!

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  3. BEAUTIFUL!





    CHEERON!

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  4. I cannot believe how simple this really is! Thanks for the step-by-step photos! Did you mix anything with your chocolate or was it just melted chocolate chips?

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  5. This is fabulous, Kim. You make it look so easy, I'm going to try this for our dessert on Christmas day.

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  6. The chocolate is only melted chocolate chips!

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  7. Love, Love, Love it.
    Can't wait to give it a try. Your choice of G. chips is top-notch quality also....goes perfect with your talent.

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  8. Woops...forgot to ask. How many did one bag make?
    Thanks.

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  9. So sorry to say I have no idea how many I made out of one bag. It was a few years ago that I made all sixteen of them.

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  10. Oh.my.gosh. How do you come up with these? Seriously amazing and beautiful!

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  11. The most beautiful and creative thing I have ever seen. from, twobeautifulgirls

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  12. wow, you made it look so easy, fantastic job!
    I would have never though of using a balloon, so clever!

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  13. I have got to try this for Christmas Eve! So cool, thanks for the tutorial.

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  14. What a cool idea!! SO pretty (and yummy, of course.)

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