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Conversation Heart Cocoa Bombs

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Conversation Heart Cocoa Bombs are an adorable recipe to make on Valentine’s Day this year. Pour warm milk over this chocolate treat to find the treasure inside of cocoa and marshmallows.

Like most people right now, we are all in on this hot chocolate bomb trend. They are just so much fun and absolutely mesmerizing to watch. I could sit and pour milk over cocoa bombs all day long!

Conversation Heart Cocoa Bombs

Aren’t conversation hearts one of the best parts of Valentine’s Day? It’s one of those candies that I wish was in stores year round. Adding them to a white chocolate cocoa bomb has been a lot of fun.

Ingredients You Will Need

  • White Chocolate – for the ball itself and a little extra to drizzle on top.
  • Cocoa Mix – grab your favorite hot chocolate mix or whatever you’ve got at home.
  • Marshmallows – the most important part of any cup of cocoa!
  • Conversation Hearts – for decoration.
  • Gel Food Coloring – we colored ours some fun pastel colors for Valentine’s Day but you could leave these as plain white chocolate if you’d like.
  • Silicone Mold – this is a must for bomb making.

How To Make A Hot Chocolate Bomb

Once you get the hang of working with melted chocolate these will come really easy to you. The good thing about it, is that no matter how misshapen or messy you first few hot chocolate bombs may look, they all melt exactly the same!

  1. Mold the ball. Make the chocolate heart casing by melting white chocolate and coloring it with gel food coloring; spread it inside the silicone molds and refrigerate.
  2. Fill. Once the  mold is ready, fill them up with your cocoa, marshmallows and a conversation heart or two.
  3. Seal. Seal the top of the heart to the bottom by heating it up on a warm skillet and pressing it to the other half.
  4. Decorate. Drizzle white chocolate over the cocoa bomb and add another conversation heart to decorate.
  5. Drink. Put your cocoa bomb in a mug, pour hot milk over it and stir.

You can have fun with these and get creative! Pick your favorite colors and your favorite candies to include.

Kids really have a blast helping to make these, too. It’s a great time to get them helping out in the kitchen.

More Recipes To Try Next

Valentine Popcorn

Rum Chata Hot Chocolate Bombs

Valentine’s Layered Cheesecake

Mexican Hot Chocolate Bombs – with Tequila

Conversation Heart Cocoa Bombs for Valentine's Day. Pour warm milk over a chocolate ball to find the treasure inside.

Conversation Heart Hot Cocoa Bombs

Published By Jill
Conversation Heart Cocoa Bombs for Valentine's Day. Pour warm milk over a chocolate ball to find the treasure inside.
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Prep Time 15 mins
Chill Time 15 mins
Course Dessert
Servings 6

Ingredients
  

  • 16 Ounces of White Melting Chocolate Chips or Almond Bark
  • 2 packets of Hot Cocoa Mix about 1 heaping teaspoon in each Cocoa bomb
  • 1 cup Mini Marshmallows about 5 for each Cocoa Bomb
  • One package of Valentines Conversation Hearts
  • 6 cups Hot water
  • 1 set of Silicone Molds
  • Melted White Chocolate to drizzle on top
  • Assorted pastels Food Coloring Gel pink, green, blue, purple, yellow, peach - your choice

Instructions
 

  • Place the White Chocolate in a Microwave safe bowl and melt until smooth and creamy. Stir well.
  • Divide the melted chocolate into 5 small cups and place a drop of food coloring gel in cups, making 5 pastel colors.
  • Spoon or ladle into the molds making sure to coat the inside entirely.
  • Pour excess chocolate back into the bowl and place the molds in the refrigerator to let harden for 15 minutes. Remove molds from refrigerator and carefully remove chocolate , placing 6 half balls in a row on a cookie sheet. These will be the bottom part of the Cocoa bombs.
  • Heat a non stick Skillet on low and place one half ball with the open side down, melting just the edges for a few seconds, remove, place on a cookie sheet, and fill the Ball with the powdered Cocoa, a Conversation Heart, and mini Marshmallows.
  • Repeat until all 6 Balls are done.
  • Place the other half of the chocolate balls in the skillet, with the open side down, and melt just the edges of the ball.
  • Remove from the skillet, and immediately place on one of the chocolate balls, filled with the cocoa, making the top of the ball.
  • Hold in place a few seconds to make sure the top and bottom are melted together.
  • When all the Cocoa Bombs have been filled and melted together, place them in the refrigerator for 30 minutes, until chocolate is completely set.
  • Remove from the refrigerator, and sit the cookie sheet on the counter.
  • Place more White Chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and microwave at 15 second intervals until the chocolate melts.
  • Place the melted chocolate in a pastry bag and pipe the White Chocolate over the Cocoa Bombs and place a Conversation Heart on the top.
  • Place one Hot Cocoa Bomb in the bottom of a large mug, and pour heated milk over the top.
  • Cocoa Bomb will melt and bubble, and marshmallows will float to the top.
  • Stir the powdered cocoa, and Enjoy!
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