Spring has sprung!
Have you been searching for fun spring recipes to make with your children?
Well, I have one. How about a spring sprinkles hot chocolate bombs recipe?
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Hot chocolate bombs are all the rage right now. They are fun to MAKE and to DRINK.
These could be a great little side hustle too. Cocoa Bombs sell frequently on the Facebook marketplace.
Now, like all of my other hot chocolate bombs recipe, these spring sprinkles hot cocoa bombs are simple to make. But, very few ingredients are needed with just a tad bit of your time.
Hot Cocoa Bombs – Great For Gifts, Side Hustles And FUN
Your family will have a blast watching their bomb dissolve in their milk.
In addition, don’t forget that hot chocolate bombs can make great homemade gifts.
Friends and family will be excited when they receive these as gifts from you, think Easter basket fillers.
Just as important, hot chocolate bombs could be a nice side hustle for you.
So, if you are looking to make a few extra dollars, print this recipe out and give it a try.
I’ve seen them for sale from $5-$8 apiece on the Facebook marketplace. REALLY.
Follow my easy-to-follow recipe for spring sprinkles hot chocolate bombs, you’ll be happy you did.
- 7 oz white vanilla flavored melting wafers
- 1-2 oz pink melting wafers
- 6 tbsp hot cocoa mix
- ½ cup mini marshmallows
- Spring colors sprinkles
- Semi sphere silicone mold (2 pack)
- Piping bag or ziplock baggie
Place a large plate in the freezer.
Heat white melting wafers into a microwave safe bowl and heat in 30 second increments, stirring in between each heat session, until fully melted.
Add a spoon full of melted candy in one cavity of the mold, using the spoon (or a
pastry brush) to cover the entire cavity with chocolate, making sure to get all the way up the sides. Do this until all 12 cavities in both of the molds are covered in melted candy.
Place candy coated molds in the freezer for 5 minutes.
Remove molds from the freezer and repeat step 3 to add a second layer of melted candy. Place in the freezer for 5 minutes.
Remove the plate and the molds from the freezer, and carefully remove each of the candy coated spheres. Set them on the cold plate.
Fill 6 of the candy coated spheres, each with 1 tablespoon of hot cocoa mix and 6-8 mini marshmallows.
Heat a small plate in the microwave for 2 minutes. Remove.
Pour remainder of melted candy into a pastry bag or zippered bag, and snip the
Place one of the empty candy coated spheres upside down on the plate and gently move it around to melt the candy a bit. Place one of the empty spheres to attach
to a filled sphere, and pipe candy along the edges to seal the ends. Set on the cold plate.
Put pink candy melts into a pastry bag or zippered bag, and heat in microwave in 30
second increments, massaging the bag in between, until fully melted. Snip the end of the bag with a scissors.
Using a back and forth motion pipe melted pink candy on top of each of the cocoa bombs and add sprinkles immediately before candy sets.
To enjoy, place in a mug and pour in 6 oz of hot milk. You may also add an
additional tablespoon of cocoa mix to your mug, if desired.
Remember, you can always change up the colors and sprinkles on your hot chocolate bombs to suit whatever occasion you have coming up.
Now, don’t you think this will be fun to MAKE and EAT?
Please, let me know how your creation turns out and send me a picture!