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Crafted from fondant, icing, and waffle bowls, these made-from-scratch Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls recipe will be the life of any Finding Dory or ocean-themed party!

Crafted from fondant, icing, and waffle bowls, these made-from-scratch Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls recipe will be the life of any Finding Dory or ocean-themed party!

Finding Dory Party Foods: Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls

I may getting getting ahead of myself here, but I am so excited about Finding Dory swimming into theaters on June 17th! In fact, big kids and little kids everywhere are getting prepared for the next deep sea adventure featuring everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang, Dory, along with her friends Nemo and Marlin! If you are already finding yourself planning fun-filled Finding Dory (or any ocean themed) parties, then you are going to want to keep this Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls Recipe close by for easy access!

Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls 1

Don’t let working with fondant scare you away, either. It’s no harder than playing with playdough! Simply roll it out flat, and cut out shapes with a fondant knife! You will need a Dory (or other fish) template for this recipe. I simply found one through Google, printed it, and then cut it out. 

Ready to see how to make these Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls?

What You Will Need
Ingredients
  • Blue Fondant
  • Yellow Fondant
  • White Frosting
  • Black Frosting
  • Blue Frosting
  • Light Blue Frosting
  • Mini Waffle Bowls
  • Yellow Candy Melts
  • Blue Sugar Sprinkles
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
Tools
  • Finding Dory Paper Template (or any fish template)
  • Fondant Roller (or small rolling pin)
  • Fondant Knife
What To Do
Begin by roling the blue fondant out flat. Place the Dory paper template on top of the fondant, and then use the fondant knife to cut around template. Make sure to remove any excess fondant. I also used the fondant knife to make little indentions along the head of the blue fondant fish (see second picture below). 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process cut out template on fondant
Next, roll the yellow fondant out flat, and then place the fin cutouts on top of fondant. Using the fondant knife, carefully cut around the template and remove the excess fondant. Place the yellow fins in place on top of blue fondant. If you want to, you can go ahead and lightly trace out the facial features on the blue fondant with the knife so you can easily fill them in with icing in the next few steps. And now you are finished with the hardest part – the rest is easy!
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #2
Using the white frosting, draw/fill in big round eyes onto the blue fondant. 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #3Now draw the pupils on the eyes with the black frosting. 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #4
Using the light blue frosting and the blue frosting, draw accent lines on the fish around the fins, mouth and head. Once finished, place in freezer for at least 15 minutes to allow the fondant to harden. 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #5Meanwhile, melt the yellow candy melts in a microwave safe bowl or using a double-boiler. Once the candy is completely melted, use a small spoon to thoroughly cover the inside of each mini waffle bowl. 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #6
Add a light dusting of blue sugar sprinkles along the edge of the bowl, and then place in the freezer for 15 minutes or until the candy melt has hardened.
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #9
Once the candy is hard, add 3 small scoops of vanilla ice cream to each waffle bowl, and top with another dusting of blue sugar sprinkles. 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo #11
Top it off with a Finding Dory fondant treat… 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowl In-Process photo#12
…and enjoy your made-from-scratch Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls! 
 
Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls with Ice Cream mainBe sure to check back regularly for more adorable Finding Dory party ideas! Plus, if you liked this idea, you’ll love my Angry Birds Inspired Fruit Punch recipe! And now for the easy-peasy printable…
 
Yield: 4 bowls

Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls

Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls

Crafted from fondant, icing, and waffle bowls, these made-from-scratch Finding Dory Chocolate Covered Waffle Bowls will be the life of any Finding Dory or ocean-themed party!

Prep Time 35 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • Blue Fondant
  • Yellow Fondant
  • White Frosting
  • Black Frosting
  • Blue Frosting
  • Light Blue Frosting
  • Mini Waffle Bowls
  • Yellow Candy Melts
  • Blue Sugar Sprinkles
  • Vanilla Ice Cream

Instructions

  1. Begin by rolling the blue fondant out flat.
  2. Place the Dory paper template on top of the fondant, and use the fondant knife to cut around template. Make sure to remove any excess fondant.
  3. At this point, I also used the fondant knife to make little indentions along the head of the blue fondant fish.
  4. Next, roll the yellow fondant out flat, and then place the fin cutouts on top of it.
  5. Using the fondant knife, carefully cut around the template fins and remove the excess fondant.
  6. Place the yellow fondant fins in place on top of blue fondant.
  7. Using the white frosting, draw/fill in big round eyes onto the blue fondant. Then use the black icing to fill in the pupils.
  8. Next, use the light blue frosting and the blue frosting to draw accent lines on the fish around the fins, mouth and head.
  9. Once finished, place in freezer for at least 15 minutes to allow the fondant to harden.
  10. Meanwhile, melt the yellow candy melts in a microwave safe bowl or using a double-boiler.
  11. Once the candy is completely melted, use a small spoon to thoroughly cover the inside of each mini waffle bowl.
  12. Add a light dusting of blue sugar sprinkles along the edge of the bowl, and then place in the freezer for 15 minutes or until the candy melt has hardened.
  13. Once the candy is hard, add 3 small scoops of vanilla ice cream to each waffle bowl, and top with another dusting of blue sugar sprinkles.
  14. Top it off with a Finding Dory fondant treat and enjoy!

Notes

How many Finding Dory fondant fish you get out of this recipe depends on how much fondant you use.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

4 bowls

Serving Size:

1 bowl

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 354Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 27mgSodium: 199mgCarbohydrates: 56gFiber: 1gSugar: 46gProtein: 3g

Nutritional information is automatically calculated with ingredients and serving size and may not be accurate. Please always double check with your own nutritional apps as well.

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ana fernandez

Wednesday 22nd of June 2016

So delicious, colorful and fun recipe you have here! Cant wait to see the movie

Colette S

Tuesday 21st of June 2016

That looks like such fun! My kids might love doing this food craft. Oh yes!!!

Alaina Bullock

Wednesday 22nd of June 2016

I bet they'd have a blast - especially once they got to eat them!

Enricoh Alfonzo

Tuesday 21st of June 2016

Oh wow!!! I'll take a years supply please haha. I loved the movie so much and waffles too this is perfect

Alaina Bullock

Wednesday 22nd of June 2016

Let me know if you make them! I'd love to see how they turn out!

Sheena Smith

Monday 20th of June 2016

These are super cute but way too much effort for me to ever make them on my own. However, I know my daughter would love these!

Alaina Bullock

Monday 20th of June 2016

Thank you! They do take some effort, but once you get the hang of cutting out the fondant, it goes much faster!

Shannon Peterson

Sunday 19th of June 2016

Oh my gosh!! This is so so so clever! And yummy!

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