Everyone is losing their minds over hot chocolate bombs. Who wouldn’t? They’re amazing. Here are 10 of the coolest, yummiest you’ve ever seen.
Go grab a 2 pack silicone mold on Amazon for $6 and let’s make a few!
Hot Chocolate Bombs
These treats are not only decadent, they are fun to watch once you pour the hot milk over them. Kids flip for them, as you might expect.
If you’ve never heard or seen these treats in action, spend a couple minutes and watch this YouTube video. Emmymade is my absolute favorite when it comes to all things food.
I’m all in for anything that is sparkly and pretty like a unicorn. This hot chocolate bomb has my heart, and you might say the same thing.
These aren’t just great for Valentine’s Day, but anytime you want to show some love.
Beautiful red cocoa bombs with gold pearl sprinkles on top. This would be great for Valentine’s Day.
This boozy bomb with Rum Chata is a tasty treat for the grown ups!
I plan on making these for opening day this year!
If you love cinnamon and sugar this snickerdoodle bomb will be perfect for you.
How cute are these? Black and red with those ears we all know. If you’re having a Mickey party for a birthday, this recipe could be a lot of fun.
When I saw the word Snickers, I was sold. What else is there to say? I want it and I want it now.
This look insanely good. I mean… wow. Pick up some Malibu rum on your next shopping trip and whip these up in no time.
There are a few flavor combinations that stand head and shoulders above the rest. This chocolate bomb features three. Salted caramel, Oreo and of course, chocolate.
Using one of the recipes you love for these bombs, kick it up a notch using fun marshmallow shapes. You can buy all sorts, but did you know you can create your own marshmallow shapes using cookie cutters? Here is a super quick video with the how-to.
If you’re a fan of Mexican chocolate, I’m sure you’ll love this sweet and spicy recipe. With notes of cinnamon, dark chocolate, and some cayenne pepper, they look delish.
You know what goes better with chocolate than peanut butter? Me either. Peanut butter and chocolate were made for each other.
I can only imagine how great these would smell. What a great little treat to add when you’re sitting around a warm fire with a mug in your hands.
You need some wonderful white chocolate for this recipe, along with strawberry milk powder. They’re pink and white and sparkly and would be so great for Valentine’s Day.
There’s also a dairy-free option!
When you’re dairy-free, you miss out on a lot. I’ve personally tried dairy-free options for lots of things, and I’m usually disappointed. I haven’t given this dairy-free hot chocolate bomb a try, but it’s very likely in my future!
Sher Bailey is a writer in the Midwest who believes the power of humor, Mod Podge, and grandkids can fix most problems in life. You can find her at SherBailey.com.