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Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bombs

Are you looking for an easy and fun way to get your chocolate fix during the winter? With these Lucky Charms Cocoa Bombs, you can make a delicious cup of hot cocoa in no time! Now all you need is some marshmallows, milk or water and 15 minutes - that's it! We will show you how quick and easy it is to turn ordinary ingredients into a magical DIY treat.

We have loved everything about the make your own cocoa bombs that have been around for a little while know! We have tons of other hot chocolate bomb ideas all throughout this post.

But if it's around St. Patrick's Day, it's totally time to make these Lucky Charms hot drink bombs and enjoy some Lucky Charms Bars! They go great with some homemade Chocolate Peppermint Spoons too!

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Why You'll Love These

  • They're easy to make at home
  • The kids can help make them and enjoy them
  • It's a great way to use up leftover cereal
  • Perfect, fun, festive treat for the holiday
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Ingredients Needed

  • White almond bark or white candy melts
  • Candy melts – pink, green, blue, purple
  • Lucky Charms marshmallows
  • White chocolate mix

Helpful Tools

2-½” Cocoa bomb mold

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Measuring Cups and Spoons

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Microwave safe bowl 

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Parchment paper 

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Piping bag

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Rubber Spatula

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How to Make Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bombs

  1. Begin by melting chocolate bark in a microwave-safe bowl, stirring every thirty seconds until it is melted and smooth.
  2. Then, drop 1-2 tablespoons of the chocolate into the mold and spread it out with a spoon, brush, or any other preferred tool. Allow the chocolate to set for a bit before repeating with another layer to make it thicker and easier to work with.
  3. After allowing enough time for the chocolate to harden, carefully invert the silicone mold and remove the spheres.
  4. Set out all 6 halves, adding 1 tablespoon of white hot cocoa mix into one side along with mounded Lucky Charms marshmallows.
  5. Make sure to leave some extra Lucky Charm marshmallows to decorate the exterior later on.
  6. In case you run out of white chocolate, place some directly in a piping bag and heat in 30 second increments until melted completely before allowing it cool down before use. Drizzle this around the seam and use your fingers to spread it evenly before setting aside for more decoration.
  7. Do the same for candy melts but in separate piping bags instead and drizzle them around the seams for further decorating on top of the white hot chocolate bombs with any remaining chocolate and Lucky Charms on top of it all. Enjoy!
  8. To enjoy this hot chocolate bomb recipe, add this bomb to the bottom of a mug or jar and pour hot water or hot milk over top of the cocoa bomb and watch the hot chocolate bomb melt. Stir to mix it all together and enjoy the perfect cup of hot chocolate.
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Storage

For best results, leftover delicious hot cocoa bombs should be stored in an airtight container and should be kept at room temperature, for up to 2-3 days. We think it's smartest to enjoy your st Patrick's day treat the same day you make them!

These would also make a simple gift for someone, just make sure they know how to use them and when to use them by. Since there are different ways to make them, it's important to share this kind of info with the gift recipient.

Tips and Tricks

  • If you're having trouble getting the chocolate spheres made, it can be helpful to use the back of the spoon to smear the melted chocolate up the sides of the mold. You can also use a paint brush if needed.
  • If you don't want to use a microwave to melt your chocolate or almond bark, you can use a double boiler to heat the chocolate until it melts. Stirring it helps prevent it from hardening in the bowl. You can also keep it on a warm plate and stir it to help keep it easily pliable while you're making the chocolate shells.
  • You will need to work fast so the chocolate doesn't harden in the mixing bowl as you're trying to make the chocolate bomb shells.
  • We don't recommend trying to add large marshmallows to your cocoa bombs, they'll take up too much of the sphere space.
  • Cleaning the silicone molds can be difficult. We like to let the chocolate harden if there's anything left and then pop the mold the other way and rinse. Some molds are dishwasher safe, but some dishwashers may have trouble getting it all clean.
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Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bomb Variations

Chips. If you don't have almond bark, you can use white chocolate chips to melt.

Flavor change. Instead of white chocolate or almond bark, you can use traditional milk chocolate or even dark chocolate to create the chocolate halves.

Change up the hot cocoa powder flavor! Instead of white chocolate cocoa powder mix, use whatever flavor you prefer to create perfect hot chocolate bombs!

Add yummies. You can add things into your bombs, like mini marshmallows on top of the cocoa powder in the chocolate bomb, or a combo of hot cocoa mix flavors to really amp up the flavor profile of these treats. It's such an easy recipe to follow and make your own!

Add sprinkles. If you want to bring even more color to the bombs, you can add some colorful sprinkles on top of the melted chocolate on the top of the bombs when you are adding more of the cereal marshmallows to the top.

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Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bombs

Simple, easy and fun Lucky Charms Hot Chocolate Bombs are a fun way to make a cup of white hot cocoa.
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Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Lucky Charms Hot Chocolate Bombs, Lucky Charms Hot Cocoa Bomb
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 3 servings
Author: Mason Jar Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 cup white almond bark or white candy melts
  • cup of candy melts pink green, blue, purple
  • 1 cup lucky charms marshmallows
  • 3 tablespoons white chocolate mix

Instructions

  • Begin by melting chocolate bark in a microwave-safe bowl, stirring every thirty seconds until it is melted and smooth.
  • Then, drop 1-2 tablespoons of the chocolate into the mold and spread it out with a spoon, brush, or any other preferred tool. Allow the chocolate to set for a bit before repeating with another layer to make it thicker and easier to work with.
  • After allowing enough time for the chocolate to harden, carefully invert the silicone mold and remove the spheres.
  • Set out all 6 halves, adding 1 tablespoon of white hot cocoa mix into one side along with mounded Lucky Charms marshmallows.
  • Make sure to leave some extra Lucky Charm marshmallows to decorate the exterior later on.
  • In case you run out of white chocolate, place some directly in a piping bag and heat in 30 second increments until melted completely before allowing it cool down before use. Drizzle this around the seam and use your fingers to spread it evenly before setting aside for more decoration.
  • Do the same for candy melts but in separate piping bags instead and drizzle them around the seams for further decorating on top of the white hot chocolate bombs with any remaining chocolate and Lucky Charms on top of it all. Enjoy!
  • To enjoy this hot chocolate bomb recipe, add this bomb to the bottom of a mug or jar and pour hot water or hot milk over top of the cocoa bomb and watch the hot chocolate bomb melt. Stir to mix it all together and enjoy the perfect cup of hot chocolate.

Nutritional Disclaimer

These Nutritional Facts are ESTIMATED. Your actual nutritional info with this recipe may vary depending on the brands you choose. “Mason Jar Recipe” is not a registered dietician or nutritionist. The provided nutritional info above is based on a generic calculator, if you want more accurate info, use your nutritional calculator of choice where you can choose brands and get more info that way.

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