12 Decadent DIY Hot Chocolate Bomb Recipes

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One of the best things about the colder months is settling in with a cup of hot cocoa. Rather than waste your tastebuds on a packet of instant mix, why not whip up a batch of something sweeter? Hot chocolate bombs can be made with in all sorts of shapes, sizes, flavors and fillings and make the perfect afternoon activity. Keep scrolling to see some of the tastiest recipes for hot cocoa bombs out there.

Milk Chocolate Hot Chocolate Bombs

Want to start with your basic, delicious hot chocolate bomb? Here's your recipe! It takes just three ingredients and a silicone mold to get your hot cocoa skills moving.

Get the entire recipe at Glue Sticks Blog.

Instant Pot Hot Chocolate Bombs

No need to buy an extra mold when you use this recipe that repurposes that silicone egg mold you have lying around! Grab your hot cocoa powder, marshmallows and all the fixings you like in your hot chocolate and you have everything you need to make homemade cocoa bombs.

Find the full recipe at Cooking with Karli.

Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs

These magical treats are almost too pretty to eat. Using some creative icing decorations, unicorn hot cocoa bombs make the perfect treat at a little girls party or as a gift!

Find all the details at A Magical Mess.

LEGO Man Hot Cocoa Bombs

Candy melts are the key to making your own LEGO man hot cocoa bombs. These sweet tasting treats can be complimented with any number of fillings, especially tons of marshmallows!

Head to Mommy Musings for the complete recipe.

Pink Instant Pot Hot Chocolate Bombs

You can stop looking for a Valentine's Dessert recipe! This adorably pink hot chocolate bomb is kid-friendly, doesn't require sealing two halves together and uses your Instant Pot!

Find the full recipe at Princess Pinky Girl.

Mexican Hot Chocolate Bombs

Warm spices to the rescue! This recipes pairs cinnamon and cayenne pepper that results in a creamy and warming feeling you'll drink right up.

Head to Julie Blanner for the full recipe.

Snickerdoodle Hot Chocolate Bombs

Snickerdoodle lovers: you're gonna want this recipe. White chocolate, cinnamon and sugar come together that will not only have you gulping down the entire mug, but maybe dipping a cookie in, too?

Check out the recipe at The Denver Housewife.

Frozen Hot Cocoa Bombs

You won't want to let this recipe go. Frozen hot cocoa bombs are beautifully blue from candy melts that make the entire process a breeze. These are definitely Elsa-approved.

Find the whole recipe at Wondermom Wannabe.

White Chocolate Hot Cocoa Bombs

Milk chocolate not your thing? This recipe combines white chocolate, almond bark and peppermint candy to give that holiday feeling, all year long.

Find the recipe at Scrambled Chefs.

Lucky Charms Hot Chocolate Bomb

Well aren't these the prettiest hot chocolate bombs ever! Made with bright Lucky Charms cereal, they make the perfect option for St. Patrick's Day!

Find the entire recipe at Hugs & Cookies XOXO.

Peanut Butter Hot Cocoa Balls

Calling all PB lovers! This decadent dessert pairs the world's best creations: peanut butter and chocolate with a simple process using just your microwave.

Head to Everyday Family Cooking for all the instructions.

Cocoa Powder Hot Chocolate Bombs

Need a little extra kick of cocoa? This four ingredient recipe is easy to whip up and store in the freezer! When you're having a chocolate craving, just pop in your mug!

Find all the details at Create Kids Club.

––Karly Wood



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