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I've said it before, and I'll say it again: You should be eating ice cream all year long — not just during summer. And I hereby decree that during fall (or at least up until Halloween) all scoops should be served and eaten out of these pumpkin bowls. They're so cute, it's spooky.
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If they remind you of our sprinkles bowls we made last summer, it's because they're essentially the same (aside from the color and the Jack-O'-Lantern smile). First you melt chocolate, then you dip balloons into the melted chocolate, then you pop the balloons! It's stupidly easy and ridiculously fun.
To make the bowl jack-o'-lantern orange, you'll need food coloring. Pro tip: Add the food coloring to the white chocolate chips before melting it in the microwave. White chocolate has an annoying habit of seizing when you try to change its color with dye.
As for the balloons, make sure they'll small. Bigger = higher likelihood of breaking. Trust me, the finished product will still hold plenty of ice cream. (Ours fit 4 scoops!) You'll also want to make sure to get a really thick coat of chocolate on the balloon (again, to lower chances of breakage).
Though the process may seem super crafty, white chocolate sets pretty quickly, so from start to finish it should only take about 30 minutes.
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