If you haven’t heard of hot chocolate bombs, let me tell you, you’re in for a treat.
Hot chocolate bombs are chocolate truffles that have been filled with hot chocolate and other goodies.
These truffles are placed into a mug of hot milk. No, they don’t explode. But once they touch the hot milk, they melt into the drink. Thus, you have a hot, sweet, and decadent hot beverage.
If you’d like to make your own hot chocolate bombs, check out the recipes I’m sharing in this post.
These delicious hot chocolate bombs make wonderful Christmas gifts too. In fact, one of the recipes below includes a free gift label printable.
Let’s Gather Our Supplies
Here are the essential supplies you’ll need for making your hot chocolate bombs:
1. Peppermint and Cocoa Hot Chocolate Bombs
Who doesn’t love a nice cup of hot chocolate? If you’re a fan of peppermint and chocolate, consider coating your hot chocolate bomb with crushed peppermints. Get the recipe from Barefoot and Baking.
2. Snowman Hot Chocolate Bombs
These snowman hot chocolate bombs are the cutest, aren’t they? These are such a cute spin on the milk chocolate bombs. Your kids will love these. Get the recipe from Julie Blanner.
3. White Chocolate Drizzle
I love the look that the white chocolate drizzle gives these chocolate bombs. You would drizzle some of them with white chocolate and others with dark chocolate. Get the recipe from Big Bears Wife.
4. Hot Chocolate Bombs with Gift Labels
If you would like to give hot chocolate bombs as gifts this holiday season, Owl Baking provides you with not only a delicious recipe but also free printable labels. Get the recipe from Owl Baking.
5. Vegan Hot Chocolate Bombs
If you’re looking for a vegan hot chocolate bomb recipe, look no further. This recipe uses homemade vegan hot chocolate, but you’re free to use your favorite store-bought. Get the recipe from Texanerin Baking.
6. Hot Chocolate Bombs with Toppings
These decadent hot chocolate bombs are filled with cocoa mix and marshmallows. These are definitely the perfect winter treat for you and your family. Get the recipe from Tastes of Homemade.
7. White Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Hot Chocolate Bombs
This recipe is detailed as it includes a lot of different hot chocolate bomb variations. The flavors are chocolate, peppermint, sugar cookie, and eggnog. Don’t those sound absolutely delicious? Get the recipe from Kleinworth and Co.
8. White Chocolate Drizzle Hot Chocolate Bombs
There are many variations to choose from when you make hot chocolate bombs. You could make peanut butter hot chocolate bombs, Mexican hot chocolate bombs, peppermint hot chocolate bombs, and more. Get the recipe from Julie Blanner.
9. Hot Chocolate Truffle Bombs for Christmas
Here’s another recipe that doesn’t require the use of a mold. You can roll them in crushed candy canes or cocoa powder to add a little something extra to your chocolate bombs. Serve your hot chocolate in a clear coffee mug like the one shown in the photo! Get the recipe from Your Cup of Cake.
10. Peppermint Hot Chocolate Truffle Bombs
These festive truffle bombs are so delicious. You can coat them with peppermint, crushed toffee candy, and more. These would make wonderful holiday gifts. Get the recipe from Renee Nicole’s Kitchen.
11. Hot Chocolate Bomb Explosive Flavor
This post shows you just how creative you can get with your hot chocolate bombs. If you use white chocolate, you can add color to your chocolate using food coloring. Get the recipe from Cut Side Down.
12. Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate Bombs
If you love salted caramel desserts, you’ll love these salted caramel hot chocolate bombs. Pour warm milk over them and watch the magic happen. Get the recipe from Julie’s Eats and Treats.
Bonus Free Printable
If you’re ready to watch Christmas movies with your family, download this free Christmas Movie Checklist printable to make the experience even more fun. Click the image to download.
Christmas Movie Checklist Printable.
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