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Chocolate edible glasses | Chocolate glasses | Edible Chocolate glasses | How to make Chocolate edible glasses with step by step instructions and pictorial presentation

 

Chocolate edible glasses | Chocolate glasses

 

 

Chocolate edible glasses | Chocolate glasses are fun treat for summers, made with chocolate and filled with custard and fresh fruits.

Mom are you kidding? This was the reaction of my kids when they saw this delectable dessert in the shape of edible chocolate glasses.

A big shout out to the diehard chocolate lovers or should I say Chocoholics. These yummilicious edible chocolate glasses are just waiting for you to fill them in with your favorite custard, fruits, ice cream or mousse.

Each chocolate glass is 100% edible.

Chocolate edible glasses|Chocolate glasses

The summer heat is at it’s peak in this part of the world. At this time all hands are reaching out for something chilled. Ice creams & cold juices/drinks are flying off the shelves quickly.

So I decided to think out of the box and planned to make these edible chocolate glasses.

Magical recipe

So let’s create some magic, and prepare this awesome recipe, which is chilled and yummy too. Actually no magic is required to make these delectable edible chocolate glasses. 😁

They are pretty simple to make and look fancy. Fill these up with your favourite flavor of ice-cream, creamy custard, pudding or mousse.

Serving suggestions

Fill the edible chocolate glasses with seasonal fresh fruits or the King of fruits – Mango and you are good to go. A treat that everyone is sure to love!

 

Chocolate edible glasses | Chocolate glasses

 

Above all the interesting part about this dessert is that you eat the yummy filling of custard/icecream/Rabdi and fresh fruits and after that eat the very chocolate glasses they are served in too. Amazing naa….

If you are looking for more interesting fusion dessert recipes, please do check out then on my blog –

Sukhi choulai/Black eyed bean blondies and Brownie rabdi edible chocolate flower pot

 

Method to make Chocolate edible glasses|Chocolate glasses

First of all we will require tempered chocolate to shape the glasses. For this, chocolate can be tempered in 2 ways. Here I have used Morde brand dark chocolate.

Microwave method to temper the chocolate

Put chopped chocolate pieces in a microwave proof bowl and micro high first for 30 seconds.

Remove it then mix it with whisker, put it back in for another 30 seconds. Remove the bowl and stir and place it again in microwave.

Repeat this process till all the chocolate is melted smooth without any lumps.

Double boiler method to temper the chocolate:

Fill  water in a wide pan. Heat it on high flame. Place a small steel/glass bowl over it. Keep chopped chocolate/chips inside the top bowl.

Make sure the water does not reach the upper bowl. Keep stirring the chocolate till it melts completely. Keep it aside.

To make chocolate glasses :

Give a small cut on top of plastic/paper glass as shown in the picture. Thereafter give another slit exactly on the opposite side of the glass.

Keep all slitted glasses ready.

Take the previously melted chocolate. Pour chocolate in one glass, swirl it well by ensuring that the whole cup is covered with chocolate well.

Once a glass is covered fully with chocolate, after that pour the excess chocolate into the next glass.

Repeat this process until all the plastic glasses are done.

 

Setting of Glasses

Keep all the chocolate covered glasses into the fridge for 3 hours minimum to chill and set properly. I kept it for 24 hrs ensuring it sets well.

Take all the glasses out once it’s set nicely. Now tear out the plastic from the slit from where originally it was cut. This has to be done with a little bit of patience.

However if done quickly or in haste, the chocolate glasses may break. Put these back in the fridge to chill further.

Serving suggestions

Now make fillings for chocolate glasses of your choice.
Use Vanilla custard with seasonal fruits or fill it with mousse or your favorite icecream.

 

I have served these with homemade vanilla custard and some fresh fruits.

Devour chocolate glasses with yummilicious filling and enjoy.

 

Note

You may use paper glasses but make sure that the size of glass shouldn’t be big. If it is, then snip the glass from top and use it.

 

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Chocolate edible glasses | Chocolate glasses
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 4 Disposable plastic/paper glasses
  • 200gms approx dark chocolate (I have used Morde brand)
  • Vanilla custard as required (made previous day)
  • Fresh seasonal fruits of your choice
  • Mint leaves few, to garnish
Instructions
  1. First of all we will require tempered chocolate to shape the glasses. For this chocolate can be tempered in 2 ways.
  2. Microwave method to temper the chocolate
  3. Put chopped chocolate pieces in a microwave proof bowl and micro high first for 30 seconds.
  4. Remove it then mix it with whisker, put it back in for another 30 seconds. Remove the bowl and stir and place it again in microwave.
  5. Repeat this process till all the chocolate is melted smooth without any lumps.
  6. Double boiler method to temper the chocolate:
  7. Fill water in a wide pan. Heat it on high flame. Place a small steel/glass bowl over it. Keep chopped chocolate/chips inside the top bowl.
  8. Make sure the water does not reach the upper bowl. Keep stiring the chocolate till it melts completely. Keep it aside.
  9. To make chocolate glasses :
  10. Give a small cut on top of plastic/paper glass as shown in the picture. Thereafter give another slit exactly on the opposite side of the glass.
  11. Keep all slitted glasses ready.
  12. Take the previously melted chocolate. Pour chocolate in one glass, swirl it well by ensuring that the whole cup is covered with chocolate well.
  13. Once a glass is covered fully with chocolate, after that pour the excess chocolate into the next glass.
  14. Repeat this process until all the plastic glasses are done.
  15. Setting of Glasses :
  16. Keep all the chocolate covered glasses into the fridge for 3 hours minimum to chill and set properly. I kept it for 24 hrs ensuring it sets well.
  17. Take all the glasses out once it's set nicely. Now tear out the plastic from the slit from where originally it was cut. This has to be done with a little bit of patience.
  18. However if done quickly or in haste, the chocolate glasses may them break. Put these back in the fridge to chill further.
  19. Serving suggestions
  20. Now make fillings for chocolate glasses of your choice.
  21. Use Vanilla custard with seasonal fruits or fill it with mousse or your favorite icecream.
  22. I have served these with homemade vanilla custard and some fresh fruits.
  23. Devour chocolate glasses with yummilicious filling and enjoy.
Notes
You may use paper glasses but make sure that the size of glass shouldn't be big. If it is, then snip the glass from top and use it.

 

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This Post Has 25 Comments

  1. pooja budhwani

    Extremely superb. Thanks for receipe. Will surely try

    1. Lata Lala

      Pooja thanks for your lovly words. Please do try. This is extremely easy receipe which looks complicated. And once you make this i am sure you will pat your back and earn a lot of appreciation from family & friends.
      Please post your feedback with pictures too.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Rafeeda for stopping by. It’s worth a try.

  2. Pavani

    WOW, that is such a lovely idea to use make edible glasses with chocolate. It definitely needs a delicate hand to make these, but so worth the effort. Love that simple fruit salad – yummy

  3. Shailender Sharma

    By all possible attempts, no one can imagine that these are edible chocolate glasses. Once me too tried to make edible cups but they were never this much neat. Such a beautiful work of art it is.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you for your kind words Shailender. Yes making these chocolate glasses tasted my patience, but I didn’t give up. One failed attempt earlier, and the next one is in front of you.

  4. Jayashree T.Rao

    Lovely ones Lata, you have made them so well and it is a real treat for children. I hope to try sometime.

  5. Geetanjali

    These glasses look so real! Though it sounds easy but it needs patience! Great work Lata! A treat for kids. I will try this sometime for my nieces.

    1. Lata Lala

      Thank you Geetanjali. True it needs a bit of patience but the outcome is delicious and worth trying.

  6. What a fun way to serve chocolate, I bet kids would go crazy if you serve them and they would eat fruit as well. Such a lovely post.

  7. Uma Srinivas

    Edible chocolate glasses look great. I made these with silicone cupcakes. perfect for kids snacking.

  8. Mayuri Patel

    Super cute chocolate glasses, Lata. I once tried out with small glasses but the recipe didn’t reach the blog as they turned out a bit messy. I didn’t make slits in the glass. Love how these glasses are so versatile as one can serve so many different desserts in them.

    1. Lata Lala

      Making slits on side of glasses is an important part of making these chocolate glasses Mayuri.
      True these are versatile. Thank you for writing in.

  9. Anam

    Hi Lata, i have a question. Can these only be made with Dark chocolate and not with milk chocolate. The reason i ask is my son is not a dark chocolate fan, but i wonder if the milk chocolate would stick evenly across the glass and come out so beautiful. Any thoughts?

    1. Lata Lala

      Hi Anam. Aa I haven’t tried with milk chocolate ever, I have no idea. But you can try first with small cup and see the results.
      According to me it should work fine as chocolate is chocolate, it will work the same way.

  10. Sandhya

    5 stars
    Super . Can you plz tell which dark chocolate to be used. What about amul dark chocolate or Lindt ?

    1. Lata Lala

      Hi Sandhya, I have used Morde brand dark chocolate compound to make these glasses. Thank you for bringing this to my notice, I have updated the recipe.

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