Galaxy Hot Chocolate Bombs
Galaxy Hot Chocolate Bombs are fun, colorful chocolate orbs filled with hot cocoa mix, marshmallows, and sprinkles. This recipe for hot chocolate bombs is an over-the-top way to level up your hot chocolate game, especially for a party!
Get ready for some Galaxy Hot Chocolate Bombs! If you haven’t heard of the trendy hot chocolate bombs, you’re probably living under a rock. You will easily find them at any fancy chocolate chop, many grocery stores, and all over the lovely internet. You can even order them online off of Etsy!
Once these bad boys are dropped inside a mug full of warm milk, the bombs open up in a super dramatic fashion, revealing the goodies inside and creating a decadent cup of hot cocoa once stirred together. This version is extra fun because it’s galaxy-themed!
So the last week of my life has been dealing with the novel coronavirus. Yes, somehow I contracted it despite how careful I have been to avoid it. Luckily, God protected my husband and 2 year old and I was the only one whom was effected by this awful virus that just seems to do whatever it wants when it wants. I joked that it has a mind of it’s own, but it really does!
Most people want to know if I had symptoms. Well, I did. I felt as if it was a really bad cold and totally manageable. Again, I was spared any awful symptoms. I will say, as a food blogger, losing my sense of taste and smell was devastating! There was no enjoyment of food for 4 days and it was killer.
I’m very fortunate the virus didn’t affect me for too long and I’m feeling pretty much normal now. Glad to have that over with!
On the bright side, I lost 7 pounds. It was a great tool in preventing my constant snacking all day long. One day, I just magically got my taste back. I took a sip of coffee, realized I was tasting again, and proceeded to jump up and down in the kitchen. I’m serious. Back to these delicious chocolate confections…
You will need Silicone Half Sphere molds to make these Galaxy Hot Chocolate Bombs. If you’re not feeling super confident in making these, there are literally thousands of tutorials demonstrating how to carefully temper the chocolate and pour it into silicone molds. You can do this!
These Galaxy Hot Chocolate bombs don’t have to look perfect or professional. We can all use a little extra fun these days! Trashed up hot cocoa bombs. it’s the way to go. Plus, spring and summer are perfectly good times for hot chocolate by the campfire on a chilly night. Summer isn’t just for Frozen Hot Chocolate anymore!
Here are some other delicious hot chocolate recipes you can make:
Slow Cooker Snowflake White Hot Chocolate
My tried and true Creamy Crock Pot Hot Chocolate
- 12 ounces semi sweet or milk chocolate
- 4 ounces turquoise candy melts
- 4 ounces pink candy melts
- 12 ounces (preferably) Royal Dark Blue candy melts
- Hot chocolate mix
- Star or other fun Sprinkles
- Lucky Charm marshmallows
- Melt your pink and blue chocolate in separate microwave safe bowls in 30 second increments until completely melted.
- Drizzle a little of each color into every mold.
- Using a double boiler or the microwave method melt your blue chocolate completely.
- 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 until set.
- Using either a double boiler or the microwave to melt the semi-sweet chocolate and spoon into the hardened chocolate in the mold and spread it around for a second coat.
- Chill for another 10-15 minutes.
- Very carefully remove the chocolate shells from the molds.
- Microwave a small glass plate for 30-45 seconds just to make it warm. Set aside.
- Take a shell and place 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, star sprinkles, and a few star and moon marshmallows.
- With the remaining half of the shells take each one and place on the plate to lightly melt the edges.
- Immediately place the top shell on the filled shell.
- Use your finger to smooth the seam.
- You can dip a few star sprinkles in the remaining chocolate and stick to the outside of the bombs.
- Optional: use extra chocolate and sprinkles to decorate the edges of the mugs.
- Serve in a mug, pouring hot milk over the bomb and stirring until completely melted. Enjoy!
So sorry to hear you had COVID! And as you say, losing sense of taste and smell for a food blogger is no joke. Glad it wasn’t more serious. Such a nasty disease. Anyway, such a terrific dish! This looks really good — nice recipe. Thanks!
How creative and SO pretty! Love these so much!
This is such a fun idea!! My kids really enjoyed making and drinking it! Perfect for some bonding time!
Looks amazing. Thanks )