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DIY HOT CHOCOLATE BOMBS! SUPER EASY RECIPE!

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DIY HOT CHOCOLATE BOMBS! SUPER EASY RECIPE!

Try this viral DIY hot chocolate bomb recipe!
Hot chocolate bombs are exploding all over the internet. Save money by making these viral sensations right at home. And they make the perfect affordable gift idea!
I had to get in on the action and make this easy hot chocolate bombs recipe. And watching them melt is so fun! Check it out!
*Links to all ingredients are below.
Course Drinks
Keyword Callebaut chocolate, cocoa bomb, cocoa bombs, couverture chocolate, crushed peppermint, Deal Finding Diva, hot chocolate bomb, hot chocolate bombs, peppermint, white chocolate, white couverture chocolate
Prep Time 45 minutes
hardening time 5 minutes
Servings 3 bombs

Equipment

  • Wilton sprinkles
  • Decorating bags
  • Decorating bag tips (I used #5)
  • Decorating bag couplers
  • Clear cellophane bags (optional, for gifting)

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Couverture milk chocolate I used Callebaut
  • 1 cup Couverture white chocolate for decorating
  • 3 cups milk to drop bombs into (1 for each bomb)
  • 2 packs Hot chocolate powder mix I used 1/2 pack Swiss Miss for each bomb
  • 1 bag Mini marshmallows optional

Instructions

  • Melt the milk chocolate by putting it in the microwave for 30 seconds. I use Callebaut. (Leave a bit to the side for sealing the chocolate).
    callebaut couverture chocolate hot chocolate bombs
  • Stir the chocolate until it melts well. (Be patient If it is not melted enough after a couple minutes of stirring, you can put it back in the microwave for no more than 15 seconds. That should be enough for it to fully melt after your stir it some more. Don't burn the chocolate!)
  • Use a spoon to paste the chocolate around the sides and bottom of the sphere molds. (Do not make it too thin, it will break).
  • Place the filled molds in the freezer for 5 minutes.
  • After 5 minutes, Take the molds out of the freezer and your chocolate should be hard.
  • Turn the mold upside down on a tray, and unfold the mold away from the chocolate by placing your thumb on the top center of the mold as you unfold.
  • Fill half of a chocolate ball with your chocolate powder, and marshmallows, if using.
  • Fill a decorating bag with melted milk chocolate. (You may have to reheat the chocolate a bit before putting it into the bag. You want the chocolate to be loose, not thick).
  • Use the decorating bag to pipe chocolate around the edge of the bottom half of the chocolate ball. (You can let some come out of the side so it's easier to help decorations stick to the sides).
  • Place another half of a chocolate ball on top of the filled half to seal.
  • Decorate the balls how you choose. (I rolled the sides in sprinkles to cover the seal lines. And used melted white chocolate and crushed peppermint to decorate the top).
  • Drop the chocolate balls in a cup of warm or hot milk, and watch it melt!
    melting hot chocolate bombs

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