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Spooky Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

Spooky Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

Warm up with a cup of these spooky hot chocolate bombs after trick-or-treating this year! Get the recipe for this spooky treat that’s easy to make throughout the Fall season!

Does your family love to have cozy nights during the chilly fall months? Have you considered staying home on Halloween night and handing out treats instead of going door-to-door this year? Have a spooky Halloween with these hot chocolate bombs!

A decadent mug of hot cocoa is the best way to warm up after coming home from trick-or-treating or best kind of halloween fun, cuddling on the couch watching your favorite scary movie!

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

The combination of hot cocoa powder and the delicious milk chocolate is the best thing ever.

These festive cocoa “bombs” are perfect as sweet treat at parties or even giving them as gifts wrapped in cellophane bags throughout the spooky season.

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

What You Need to Make Halloween Cocoa Bombs 

Ingredients

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Halloween hot chocolate bombs

How to Put Your halloween Milk Chocolate Cocoa Bombs Together 

Place a large plate into the freezer.

Pour the orange candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl and heat in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring well after each heat session, until the candy is fully melted.

Add a small spoonful of melted chocolate to all of the hot chocolate bomb mold cavities.

Then coat the melted candy up the sides of the mold.

Place candy coated molds into the freezer for 5 minutes.

Add a second coat of melted candy to the chocolate mold.

Remove the chilled plate and candy coated mold from the freezer. Carefully remove each candy coated sphere from the mold and place onto the chilled plate.

Heat the small plate in the microwave for 2 minutes.

Put edge of the bomb upside down on the heated plate to slightly melt the candy coated edge.

Fill it with 1 tablespoon hot cocoa mix and a few surprise marshmallows.

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

Repeat step with the microwaved plate with another chocolate shell and adhere the two together. The melted candy should fuse them together nicely, but if not, just use your finger to add a little melted candy around the seam.

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

Add the black candy to a small baggie, then heat for 30 seconds. Massage the bag a bit, then snip off the end of the baggie and drizzle a little bit of black candy over each cocoa bomb.

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

Add confetti sprinkles.

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

How to Enjoy Your Halloween Cocoa Bombs

To serve, place your chocolate ball into a mug, then pour a cup of hot milk over the cocoa bomb. Stir well with a small spoon and enjoy the creamiest cup of hot cocoa!

Add a seasonal twist to your hot cocoa bombs

Add a “Spooktacular” twist by filling your bombs with fall flavors such as: 

Halloween hot chocolate bombs

How to Store Your Cocoa Bomb Set

To store your Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs, place them in a plastic bag or airtight container at room temperature in a dry place.

You can also wrap the bombs up inside of foil or put each bomb into its own individual paper cup and then tie it with string if you plan on giving these as gifts! 

Or place them in a freezer safe container and add the lid. These little treats will last for up to three months when stored properly!

These Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs are Spooktacular!

Spooky Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

Yield: 6
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 12 minutes
Warm up with a cup of these spooky hot chocolate bombs after trick-or-treating this year! Get the recipe for this spooky treat that’s easy to make throughout the Fall season!

Ingredients

  • 12 oz orange candy melts
  • 2 oz black candy melts
  • 6 tbsp hot cocoa mix
  • Halloween confetti sprinkles

Instructions

    1. Place a large plate into the freezer.
    2. Pour the orange candy melts into a bowl and heat in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring well after each heat session, until the candy is fully melted.
    3. Add a small spoonful of melted candy to all of the mold cavities, then coat the melted candy around the mold, making sure to get all the way up the sides. 
    4. Place candy coated molds into the freezer for 5 minutes.
    5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to add a second coat of melted candy to the molds.
    6. Remove the chilled plate and candy coated mold from the freezer. Carefully remove each candy coated sphere from the mold and place onto the chilled plate.
    7. Heat the small plate in the microwave for 2 minutes.
    8. Put one half sphere upside down on the heated plate to slightly melt the candy coated edge.
    9. Fill it with 1 tablespoon cocoa mix.
    10. Repeat step 9 with another half sphere and adhere the two together. The melted candy should fuse them together nicely, but if not, just use your finger to add a little melted candy around the seam.
    11. Add the black candy to a small baggie, then heat for 30 seconds. Massage the bag a bit, then snip off the end of the baggie and drizzle a little bit of black candy over each cocoa bomb.
    12. Add confetti sprinkles.
    13. To serve, place a cocoa bomb into a mug, then pour 6 ounces of hot water or milk over the cocoa bomb. Stir well and enjoy!

Notes

How to Store Your Cocoa Bomb Set

To store your Halloween Hot Cocoa Bombs, place them in a plastic bag or airtight container at room temperature in a dry place.

You can also wrap the bombs up inside of foil or put each bomb into its own individual paper cup and then tie it with string if you plan on giving these as gifts! 

Or place them in a freezer safe container and add the lid. These little treats will last for up to three months when stored properly!

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