If you dream of traveling into space, then fire up your rocket launcher, cause we have a treat that will blast you into orbit. Edible candy bowls straight from the Milky Way will hold any cryogenically frozen treat. Even Aliens will love these extraterrestrial delights!

This ain’t no space junk my stellar friends! Bowls that you can devour are more practical, as keeping your payload light is a priority when traveling at warp speed.

Items are available across the universe at any big-box or craft store.

Galaxy Ice Cream Bowl

  • Prep Time:10 minutes
  • Cook Time:20 minutes
  • Total Time:30 minutes
  • Servings:1 bowl
  • Medium

    Ingredients

  • 1 bag dark blue Candy Melts
  • 1 bag purple Candy Melts
  • 1 bag 4" balloons
  • Star sprinkles
  • Wilton Edible Silver Spray, optional
  • Ice Cream and all the fixin’s
Photo by Arden Sarner
Photo by Arden Sarner

Step 1

Inflate balloons to a 4-6 inch diameter.

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 2

Place each color of Candy Melts in separate microwave-safe bowls.

Melt using heat from your booster rocket, or microwave in 30 second intervals.

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 3

In one bowl, pour one color of Candy Melts on the left side, and the other color on the right side.

Lightly swirl colors together with a small knife.

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 4

Dip the balloons into the Candy Melts, swirling to cover a third of each.

#SpoonTip: If candy melts stiffen, re-melt in 30 second intervals.

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 5

Spray lightly with star dust, or silver spray, and sprinkle with stars. Place onto a parchment paper lined tray to set, approximately 20 minutes.

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 6

Pop balloons and remove pieces.

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GIF by Arden Sarner

Step 7

Fetch ice cream from its Cyro Chamber and serve with your favorite Galactic toppings. We have lift off!

GIF by Arden Sarner
GIF by Arden Sarner