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Looks so easy!. Things from the internet look so easy. Although at the time, mildly hilarious.. Sc: -I saw this feline leeks grand! eould an wrong?!” iall! is t

Things from the internet look so easy. Although at the time, mildly hilarious.

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - prezofaprilfools **User deleted account**
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User avatar #6 to #5 - anako [OP]
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Haha ! that's great
#23 - asrial
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Okay, you need some info!

I work with chocolate for a local course-holder, so I'm fairly confident this is correct.
When you work with chocolate, it starts to melt at around 30 degrees celsius, workable temperature is approx 32.

I guess you dipped the balloons when it was too hot.

When making chocolate, take 3/4 of the chocolate, heat it to 45, dump in the last 1/4 and turn off the heat completely. This will approx lower the temperature to around 38 or so. Don't use it yet, just stir untill it hits 34'ish.
When at that temperature, no more chocolate will actually melt completely, but is still warm enough to remain liquid. You now have a tempered chocolate mass, which is workable and what professionals use.

Now you can take your balloons and dip them in the chocolate!

Chocolate is an odd substance, cocoa butter is a bitch to understand, so don't try to logic this with conventional "state of mass"-theories here, just won't work!
#25 to #23 - icedman
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+1 to non newtonian fluids, like cornstarch and water except with higher amounts of pressure for the same effect
#26 to #23 - vladmir
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*Fix'd*
Okay, you need some ******* info!

I work with chocolate for a local course-holder, so I'm fairly ******* confident this is correct.
When you work with chocolate, it starts to ******* melt at around 30 degrees celsius, workable temperature is approx 32.

I guess you dipped the ******* balloons when it was too hot. Twat.

When making chocolate, take 3/4 of the chocolate, heat it to 45, dump in the last 1/4 and turn off the ******* heat completely. This will approx lower the ******* temperature to around 38 or so. Don't use it yet, just stir the **** out of it until it hits 34'ish.
When at that temperature, no more chocolate will actually ******* melt completely, but is still warm enough to remain liquid. You now have a tempered chocolate mass, which is workable and what ******* professionals use.

Now you can take your ******* balloons and dip them in the chocolate!

Chocolate is a ******* odd substance, cocoa butter is a ******* bitch to understand, so don't try to logic this with conventional "state of mass"-theories
User avatar #24 to #23 - IceBearJudgesYou
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You've been waiting a long time to use this knowledge haven't you?
#27 to #24 - asrial
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Nah, I just got a general interest in food and its science.
#7 - thepenname
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(02/13/2012) [-]
I have a better idea.

>> Cover bowl with chocolate.
>> Let it harden.
>> Convince friends they're just pure chocolate bowls.
>> They break teeth trying to eat them.
>> You lol.
>> They break your teeth.
>> You all become destitutes trying to pay dental bills because bad economy.

#8 to #7 - thepenname
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(02/13/2012) [-]
>> Live on the street.
>> Sell body for drugs.
>> Contract AIDS.
>> Crawl into solitary box.
>> Stray dog comes by.
>> Becomes your best friend.
>> You share all your joyous moments with him.
>> He somehow contracts your AIDS (**** you, I'm not a doctor).
>> He dies after a few weeks.
>> Forced to eat his body to survive.

#9 to #8 - thepenname
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(02/13/2012) [-]
>> Regret your actions.
>> Go to top of Pikes Peak (because Colorado, **** yeah).
>> Try to throw yourself off.
>> Dr. Who stops you.
>> "Come with me if you want to set things right!"
>> You go back in time to Jurassic Era.
>> Open the door.
>> Get on the floor.
>> Everybody walk the dinosaur.
>> Nah, that ending sucks.
>> Chill with dinosaurs a bit.
>> Smoke some dinosaur cannabis.
>> Good ****.
>> Get back into the TARDIS.

#10 to #9 - thepenname
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(02/13/2012) [-]
>> Go to the moment when you're making troll chocolate bowls.
>> Convince past self not to make them.
>> He thanks you for saving his life.
>> Celebratory sex with past self (masturbation if you think about it).
>> Give him your future AIDS.
>> Your past self dies.
>> You somehow live.
>> Dr. Who: "Idgaf."
>> He leaves you in the past.
>> You read the first word of every sentence.
>> Complete gibberish.
>> Make chocolate bowls with balloons.
>> Wait for chocolate to cool to room temperature to prevent popping of balloons.
>> ???
>> Profit.
#22 to #10 - mhorn
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#13 to #10 - anon id: ac51a5aa
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(02/13/2012) [-]
new personal hero.
User avatar #14 - winsauceiswin
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(02/13/2012) [-]
did you wait for the chocolate to dry before you popped the balloons?
#21 - superchunk
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(02/13/2012) [-]
its made from chocolate shell. its an ice cream topping that when it gets cold it hardens. so you put it on a cookie sheet that was in the fridge or freezer for a while and ta-da! ice cream bowls. i do it for special occasions all the time but before you pop the balloons you have to put it in the freezer again to get the chocolate to harden
User avatar #12 - HungrHungryNomad
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dont blow the balloon all the way dumbass
User avatar #11 - MonsieurOctopus
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I've done that before. Once you get the hang of it, it's actually pretty easy. You just gotta make sure not to fill the balloon with too much air.
User avatar #4 - remsaman
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(02/12/2012) [-]
i thought that the splatter on the fridge was dirt on my screen...
User avatar #3 - victoronefourtwo
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(02/12/2012) [-]
I thought they were going to cover the entire thing in chocolate, then use it as a prank for people to bite into...
#1 - anon id: 7d460513
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(02/12/2012) [-]
you might want to let the chocolate cool down a little before dipping the balloons in
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