Melting chocolate balls are taking over the internet. They’re everywhere. But, in our humble opinion, they’re all a little lackluster. So, we decided to go a little 70s and make our own colorful version. Pink chocolate is fun. So is blue. And green. And purple. So why not bring them all together in the ultimate chocolate disappearing act? Behold the tie-dye chocolate ball. Can you dig it?
Tie-Dye Chocolate Ball
- Prep Time:30 minutes
- Cook Time:0 minutes
- Total Time:30 minutes
- Servings:1 chocolate ball
- 1 balloon
- 8 cup white chocolate
- 2 tablespoon milk
- Food coloring (various colors)
Inflate a balloon to a 4-6 inch diameter.
Melt 2 cups white chocolate for each color you plan on using in the ball.
Add food coloring to each portion of melted chocolate until desired color is reached.
Pour all colored chocolate into a bowl and lightly swirl the colors with a knife.
Dip balloon into chocolate and swirl to cover most of the balloon.
Freeze chocolate-dipped balloon for 5 minutes.
Pop the balloon.
Remove the plastic from the inside of the chocolate ball.
Prepare a surprise and hide it under the chocolate ball.
#SpoonTip: Ice cream is good on everything.
Melt 2 cups white chocolate to pour over the chocolate ball.
#SpoonTip: Add 2 tbsp milk to chocolate before melting to make it easier to pour.
Pour melted chocolate on top of chocolate globe to melt it and reveal the surprise.
Taste the rainbow.