- 6 balloons (1 balloon per person)
- 1 1/4 cups Healtheries No Added Sugar Milk, Dark or White Chocolate Baking Bits
- 1 cup of chopped strawberries
- 1 cup of chopped banana
- 1 cup of blueberries
- 1 cup of chopped orange
- 1 cup of chopped kiwifruit
- 1 cup of grapes
- 6 tsp Healtheries Ground Chia
- 6 Tbsp thick greek yoghurt
- Blow up each balloon to the size you wish your 'bowl' to be. Gently rub each balloon with a paper towel greased with oil (ie, sunflower or melted coconut oil).
- Half fill a small saucepan with water and bring to a gentle simmer. Add the chocolate to a heat-proof bowl and place over the simmering water. Leave the chocolate to gently melt and then let it stand for one minute or so before stirring to form a smooth chocolate mixture.
- Gently place one balloon at a time into the chocolate mixture, carefully moving the balloon to ensure the chocolate comes up the sides of the balloon to form a 'bowl'. Place each chocolate balloon onto a tray lined with baking paper. Once all of the balloons have been coated in chocolate, place the tray into the freezer to set for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, leave the water on low heat with the remaining chocolate sitting over it to keep it warm and melted for the second coat.
- Once set, remove the balloons from the freezer and coat each balloon a second time, following the lines of the first coat. This will help to form a nice strong chocolate bowl. Place the balloons back into the freezer to set once again for about 15- 30 minutes. You can use the fridge but it will take longer to set.
- Once the second coat of chocolate has set, remove the balloons from the freezer and using the sharp point of a knife, gently pop each balloon. Carefully remove the balloon from each chocolate bowl.
- Add the chopped fruit to each chocolate bowl and sprinkle over the ground chia seeds and a dollop of yoghurt.