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Hot Chocolate Bombs with Marshmallow - 3 Melting Hot Choco Bombs Gift Set with Mini Marshmallows for Hot Chocolate | Individually Wrapped Hot Chocolate Bomb Christmas Stocking Filler Kids Xmas Gifts

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The most fun way to make hot chocolate is using a hot chocolate bomb, which is a chocolate mold filled with cocoa mix and mini marshmallows. I had Ghirardelli 60% bar and Ghirardelli dark melting wafers leftover from the holidays, so I just used those, and the 2. Hot chocolate bombes are the perfect treat for chilly winter days and are very popular at Christmas.

I would just have liked the option to mix chocolate bomb flavours to try the other flavours, they are quite expensive to purchase just to try. Anything can go inside a hot chocolate bomb- start with hot cocoa powder and then add whatever you’d like (we like mini marshmallows).

I used a regular hot cocoa mix, but there are other varieties you can try like peppermint, white chocolate, and gingerbread. Use chocolate that’s between 55% and 80% cocoa and it needs to have cocoa butter as one of the first ingredients. Making white chocolate cocoa bombs are a little bit trickier because white chocolate melts at a much lower temperature than semi-sweet chocolate. Love the look of them in the packaging great flavour really chocolaty always come back for more when they run out. Everyone just loves watching the mini marshmallows pop up to the top of the hot chocolate drink that's left!

The information below is a guide only and we emphasise that our chocolates are made in a factory that handles nuts, peanuts, wheat, milk and soya and therefore may contain traces of these ingredients. Fill half the chocolate spheres with a spoonful of hot cocoa mix, then top off with mini marshmallows. These glossy Hot Chocolate Bombs are filled with cocoa mix and mini marshmallows for a rich, memorable cold-weather beverage! The bombs dissolve when added to hot milk for a nearly instant mug of delicious double-chocolate happiness! Using an acrylic mold has a few more steps but the shine is incredible and is much faster than using a silicone mold.If needed use the paintbrush to brush extra chocolate around the line so it is wet when you roll the balls. Set it down and add 1 tablespoon of cocoa mix and 1-2 teaspoons of marshmallows and/or other fillings. You can use any size of semi sphere silicone molds, but you'll need to adjust your ingredient amounts. Pour steaming hot milk over the top and watch the chocolate melt away and release those marshmallows into your milk.

Continue melting at 15-second intervals until most of the chocolate is melted ensuring you don’t overheat it. We followed the instructions to build up the edges, but did not realize that we needed to level it off--it was hard to match the seams, but we "shaved" the edges with a knife and made do. Top a filled shell with a shell with one with a melted rim and hold until the melted chocolate cools and seals the bomb. This cocoa bombs recipe includes both cocoa mix and real chocolate, plus a touch of cinnamon and salt for a rich and decadent flavor… Almost like drinking chocolate!Because the mold that I used isn’t huge, I find that these hot chocolate bombs taste best when you use 1 cup or 8 ounces of milk. Once the edges are sealed, warm a spoon under hot water and gently press the back of it along the edges to make them perfectly flat.

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