Sunday, January 30, 2022

Homemade Hot Chocolate Bombs #SundayFunday

Looking for a fun cold winter project with your favorite sous chef?  Look no further than these fun Hot Chocolate Bombs filled with hot cocoa, micro marshmallows, and sprinkles with more sprinkles for decoration.

Hot Chocolate Bombs

It's National Hot Chocolate Day........

Cam of Culinary Adventures with Camilla is hosting our Sunday Funday Bloggers group and asked us to join her in celebrating National Hot Chocolate Day.

How many recipes for Hot Chocolate are there?  A Lot.  Let's take a look at some of them........

Girl making Hot Chocolate Bombs

My Angel Face loves playing outside.  It doesn't matter to her how frigid it is out there.  If there is snow and ice, she is raring to get out there. We make sure she is dressed for the weather and let her go.  When she comes in we always have a piping hot cup of hot cocoa waiting for her.

Girl making hot chocolate bombs

She was very excited when I told her we were making Hot Chocolate Bombs when she came to visit.  She painted the molds with chocolate, filled them and impatiently waited for them to be ready to use.

Girl making hot chocolate

She was very thrilled when, finally, we could heat up a mug of milk and she could drop in a bomb!!

hot chocolate bomb in hot milk

She watched it melt for a few moments before stirring and watching it turn into her favorite drink.

Hot chocolate

She took a sip.....grinned.....and pronounced it "AMAZING".


  1. OMG! Wish I could one of those hot chocolate bombs!

  2. I have seen these in the store and had NO idea how to go about making them. Thanks for the process...and it's so great to see little M.

    1. Thanks Cam. It was a fun project. Happy you chose the theme.

  3. The hot chocolate bombs look delicious.

  4. Wendy, what a wonderful project with your grand much fun. Can't wait for my grand daughter to visit us as she too loves to tinker in the kitchen though she is only 2! Last year got some chocolate bomb as a gift. It is so much fun watching the bombs melt in the mug.

    1. When you do get to spend time with your granddaughter Mayuri I have lots of Toddler Tuesday ideas that started when the Angel Face was about her age.

  5. Aww! so sweet! I definitely need to make chocolate bombs and there are plenty of neighbors to share with. Love them.

  6. that project with your grand daughter sounds super fun! loving the idea of this home cook project which my little one is sure to love !


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