Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs

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Whether you are loving the Hot Chocolate Bombs craze or just love unicorns, you have to make these Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs. So simple to make, these hot chocolate bombs take enjoying a cup of hot chocolate to a whole new level.

The Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs on purple and pink tissue paper.

Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs

These Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs are so adorable and easy to make. You can make this recipe in no time and have a cute little cocoa bomb to add and watch as the contents inside flood into your mug. You will use edible glitter to create a shimmery look to your cocoa bombs along with sprinkles and marshmallows for a great taste. These unicorn hot chocolate bombs, as well as Unicorn Cheesecake Bars and Colorful Unicorn Cupcakes would be perfect for a unicorn party.


How to Make Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs

Add the white chocolate into a microwave-safe bowl and melt in 30-second intervals until all is melted.

Add some melted chocolate into the molds using a spoon.

Evenly coat the inside of the molds with the melted chocolate.

Put the molds into the fridge for about 10-15 minutes to harden.

Apply a second coat of chocolate into the molds and place it back into the fridge for another 10-15 minutes.

The melted white chocolate in the molds.

Gently begin removing the chocolate from the molds by carefully peeling the sides off.

Place a small glass plate into the microwave and heat for 30-45 seconds and place it aside.

Place the chocolate shell onto the hot plate to smooth the edges, you will do this for only half of the shells.

Add a tablespoon of the hot chocolate mix, assorted unicorn sprinkles, a pinch of edible glitter, and a few marshmallows into half of the shells.

All of the fillings contents inside the chocolate halves.

Melt to smooth the edges of the other half of the chocolate shells and quickly place them on top of the filled shells.

Use one of your fingers to wipe the edges to smooth out the chocolate.

Place your pink and teal candy melts into 2 separate microwave-safe bowls and one at a time, melt in the microwave in 30-second increments until they are completely melted.

Add some of the pink and teal chocolate over each cocoa bomb and quickly add your unicorn candies and sprinkles.

If you want, I love adding some melted chocolate around the edge of my mug, then adding some more sprinkles for more decoration.

Pour some hot milk over top of 1 or 2 cocoa bombs in your favorite mug.

Pouring hot milk over top of the cocoa bombs.

Watch as the contents on the inside spill out and fill your cup with magic, enjoy!

A close up of the Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs on the colored tissue paper.

How Hot Does Milk Need to Be to Melt Cocoa Bombs?

Milk does not boil so it normally is hard to tell how hot it is. You will want to heat it until it begins to steam. About 2 to 3 minutes in the microwave should work. The chocolate needs very hot milk otherwise it will not melt and pop open.

What Can I Put Inside Unicorn Cocoa Bombs?

This recipe is the perfect representation of what to add and put into your cocoa bombs. You can add as much or as little as you like. You can go ad far as to add sprinkles, edible glitter, marshmallows, and more. There is no limit to what you like, and be creative, but if I were to pick for you, this recipe is a great start.

A hand getting ready to place a Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs in a mug.

More Hot Chocolate Bombs

A melted cup of hot cocoa with three Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs next to it.

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Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs

Whether you are loving the Hot Chocolate Bombs craze or just love unicorns, you have to make these Unicorn Hot Chocolate Bombs. So simple to make, these hot chocolate bombs take enjoying a cup of hot chocolate to a whole new level. 
Servings: 10 Bombs
Prep: 10 minutes
Chill Time: 30 minutes
Total: 40 minutes


  • 1 pound white almond bark
  • Pink candy melts
  • Teal candy melts
  • Hot chocolate mix
  • Unicorn candy toppers
  • Assorted unicorn sprinkles
  • Lucky Charm marshmallows
  • Edible glitter/luster dust


  • Melt your white chocolate by using a double boiler or microwaving in a medium microwave-safe bowl in 30-second increments until all melted.
  • Use a spoon to place a bit of the melted chocolate into each mold.
  • Smooth the chocolate up and around the edges.
  • Place in the fridge for 10-15 minutes to set.
  • Spoon a little more chocolate into the hardened chocolate in the mold and spread it around for a second coat.
  • Chill for another 10-15 minutes.
  • Carefully remove the chocolate shells from the molds.
  • Microwave a small glass plate for 30-45 seconds. Set aside.
  • Take a shell and place it on the warm plate to smooth the edges.  Do this for half of the shells.
  • Fill half of the shells with 1 tablespoon of hot chocolate mix, assorted unicorn sprinkles, a pinch of edible glitter, and a few marshmallows.
  • With the remaining half of the shells take each one and place it on the plate to lightly melt the edges.
  • Immediately place the top shell on the filled shell.
  • Use your finger to smooth the seam
  • Place your pink candy melts in a small microwave-safe bowl and microwave in 30-second intervals stirring in between until melted.
  • Repeat with the teal candy melts.
  • Drizzle the pink and teal chocolate over each bomb and immediately decorate with the unicorn candies and sprinkles.
  • I love using the extra chocolate and sprinkles to decorate the lips of the mugs.
  • Serve in a mug, pouring hot milk over the bomb and stirring until completely melted.

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