Take your desserts to a new level of posh.
Then eat the dishes.
No dinner party says swank, quite like a chocolate dessert cup. Fill with mousse, treats, sorbet, or anything else you can find. I love this idea for a romantic dessert for 2 ( or 1, or 3).
Spiff up your chocolate dessert cup with a transfer sheet
You don’t have to use chocolate transfer sheets, but your chocolate cups will look so much prettier! Just use a plain acetate sheet if you don’t have a transfer .
Here are some festive chocolate transfer sheets perfect for Valentine’s Day,
available at chocotransfersheets.com
How To Make a Chocolate Cup
Demonstrated by Ann Rearden from “How to Cook That”. Here is a nifty tutorial for making a dainty chocolate cup, I like this because it shows a good example complete with saucer and cup handle. I have never made a saucer for a chocolate cup this way, but this idea is very stylish, and simple!
A combination of using chocolate transfer sheets for the cup, complete with saucer and handle would be the bee’s knees, OMG!
Chocolate dessert cup using a balloon as a mold
You can also make a rounded cup by using a mold that is a dome shape, for example, a small plastic bowl, balloon, or a half sphere mold.
Until next time,
Peace, Love, Chocolate,
The Chocolate Addict.com