Yes, we blew up water balloons (we held the water) and we dipped their bottoms in chocolate to make little chocolate bowls. It’s a fun project, especially with kids.
Will I serve this at my next party to all of the party-goers? I think this project may fit in the “life is too short” category when you start to scale it up. You’ve probably only got so much room in your freezer. You’ll have a few broken bowls and then you’ll just have to eat the broken chocolate. You’ll gain three pounds in the process. But one of those long days at home when your kids deserve something special? Bingo!
The Half Pints give you the skinny:
Kids taste scorpion candy
Opening a can of Pillsbury crescent rolls, like a jack-in-the-box?
Kids taste “ant candy” and even survive
Paper flowers bloom before your eyes (a springtime science project)
A survival guide for springtime weeding?
Homemade egg paint with two very simple ingredients
Eye-popping swirls in this magic milk
Kid tastes 2-year-old birthday cake