This recipe is brought to you by our super-creative recipe developer Toni Okamoto from Plant Based on a Budget. Today she is sharing how to make a dish (literally) out of vegan chocolate. These handcrafted chocolate bowls transform a simple bowl of ice cream into an elegant, artistic, and thoughtful dessert that is incredibly fun to eat. It’s guaranteed to wow your friends, loved ones, or whoever is lucky enough to receive one. Here’s how it’s done!
Imagine biting into the crunch of the hard chocolate and moving onto the creaminess of the ice cream! Crunch and smoothness are two of the must-have textures on an amazing dessert. You can fill it up with any vegan ice cream you prefer but make sure it’s soft enough to start melting a bit right before serving. Vanilla is always a winner but you could venture with salted caramel if you’re feeling ultra-fancy. The truth is anything sounds good when there is crunchy chocolate involved. Am I right?
Top it with some berries or sprinkle with some nuts and drizzle some caramel sauce on top! And voila! You have the dreamiest dessert! You won’t find many recipes as smooth and as crowd-pleasing as this one. Who doesn’t love chocolate bowls?
So give these a try and let us know how it went!
Note: while it’s easy to find vegan chocolate, it takes some additional effort to find chocolate that has been sourced humanely, from workers who are paid and treated fairly. Take a look at the Food Empowerment Project chocolate list to see a selection of vegan chocolate companies that you can trust.
Throwing a birthday party? Getting ready for Valentine’s Day? Got a sweet tooth? If you can answered yes to any of these questions, then great! If not, then you’re still a perfect candidate to make these delicious chocolate bowls.
Once your chocolate bowls are ready to pop out of the freezer, the best part is filling them up with a variety of vegan goodies that will get your taste buds dancing through the roof! Here are a few suggestions on how to serve your lovely chocolate bowls:
With just a few ingredients needed for a great time, these chocolate bowls satisfy and delight with some delicious components:
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If you’re prepping a large batch of bowls in advance, you can either keep them cool in the fridge or freezer by placing them in an air-tight container or—if you don’t have a super warm house—keep them out on the counter. Chocolate takes years to go bad so no need to worry about spoilage!
Vegan chocolate bowls recipe and photos by Toni Okamoto. Article written by Toni Okamoto and Amanda Meth. Please note that this article may contain affiliate links which supports our work at World of Vegan.