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White Mocha Coffee Bomb

This White Mocha Coffee Bomb recipe is one for all the coffee lovers. They make great gifts as they look incredible but they also taste delicious. Simple to make and a real upgrade for your morning coffee. 

When it comes to drinking coffee, it can sometimes be nice to jazz your usual coffee mix up a little and these hot coffee bombs give you just that. Add in your daily dose of caffeine and these delicious things really hit the spot. 

You don’t need to head out to some specialty store to get them in your life, you can make them simply at home. These white chocolate mocha coffee bombs are delicious and taste like some of the incredible hot cocoa and mocha drinks you might enjoy at Starbucks.

You can also make these as edible gifts. If you love these coffee bombs, you’ll love our Frozen Hot Chocolate Bombs or our Snowman Bombs!

If you want to try another mocha recipe then this Iced Peppermint Mocha Recipe is a must. All of the flavors of a Starbucks without the hassle of leaving the house and a heck of a lot cheaper. 

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❤️ Why You’ll Love These White Mocha Coffee Bombs

  • These mocha bombs look like a lot of work but are actually quite simple to make. 
  • Perfect for that caffeine fix mixed with delicious white chocolate 
  • Cute DIY gifts for neighbors, teachers, friends, and family
  • No big list of ingredients to head to the grocery store for

Ingredients Needed

  • White almond bark or white candy melts
  • Instant coffee
  • White hot cocoa mix
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Sprinkles or decoration, optional
    Ingredients needed to make homemade DIY White Mocha Coffee Bombs.

    Helpful Tools

    Cocoa Bomb Mold or silicone mold

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    How To Make The White Mocha Coffee Bomb

    1. In a microwave-safe bowl, using 30-second intervals, melt the white chocolate bark or melting chocolate. Stirring between each interval until the chocolate is melted and smooth. 
    2. Transfer 1-2 tablespoons of melted chocolate into each mold and spread it around to get even coverage. Let the chocolate set, and then repeat a second time to let the sphere shape become thicker and easier to work with. Allow the second coat of chocolate to set before trying to remove it from the mold. 
    3. Once the chocolate has set, carefully turn the mold upside down and remove the half chocolate spheres.  Set out all 6 pieces. 
    4. In 3 of the shells, add in 1 tablespoon of the instant coffee, 1 tablespoon of hot cocoa mix, and about ½ of the mini marshmallows. It's okay of the mini marshmallows are heaping as they just need to fit inside the closed chocolate molds.
    5. Place any remaining white melted chocolate in a piping bag and cut a small hole in the tip. If you have run out of chocolate, you can put some directly in the bag and microwave it for 30-second intervals again as you did before. Be sure you're kneading it between each microwave session, until it's melted.  Let the chocolate to cool down before using, or you will melt your bomb as you work.
    6. Drizzle the chocolate around one half circle and place on top of another. Then drizzle more along the seam between the two and use your fingers to smooth the chocolate out. Let the chocolate to set, and decorate the bomb as you wish. We like to decorate over the seam so that it doesn’t look so obvious that it is there. You can use sprinkles or edible glitter, whatever you have on hand.  
    7. To decorate the top of the bombs, we spiraled the white chocolate over half of the coffee bomb, and then put on clear sparkling sugar sprinkles, and then crumbled a small bit of instant coffee on top. You do what makes you happy.
    8. Serve these mocha coffee bombs by dropping them in a cup full of warm water or milk, or pouring warm water or milk over them. Stir and enjoy.
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    Recipe Variations

    Can’t find anything to decorate with? You could use any type of sprinkles, edible glitter, or even a sprinkle of hot cocoa mix. 

    Want to make traditional hot chocolate bombs? Leave out the coffee and make these kid-friendly. 

    Can you use different chocolate? If you don’t want to make a white chocolate bomb you could use milk choclate, dark choclate, or chocolate melts. Make sure you pick the right hot cocoa mix to match. 

    Want to make it extra chocolate-y? Then you could add some chocolate pieces to the spheres before sealing them up. 

    A homemade coffee bomb on a jar and one sitting in front of it.

    Tips & Tricks 

    • You could easily add this white chocolate mocha bomb to a cup of hot milk to make a delciious hot beverage. 
    • Use any instant coffee you like. You could even use instant espresso for a strong flavor. Some might even want to try coffee creamer instead for a more milky flavor. 
    • Give the chocolate sheres time to set before adding the othe ringredients to them. You may want to ensure that the room you are working in is chilled or at least room temperature to avoid the spheres melting. 
    Close up of two coffee bombs dusted with instant coffee.

    Storage

    These don’t need to be refrigerated unless your home is warm. You will wnat to add them to an airtight container to ensure they keep fresh. They will last between one and two months, so a great option to make as a gift. 

    You could also freeze these if you add them to a freezer-safe container. 

    FAQ

    What are coffee bombs made of?

    To make a coffee bomb you need to create chocolate spheres using a mold and allow them to set in the refrigerator. You can then fill them with what you like but this would usually include instant coffee mix, hot cocoa powder, and some marshmallows. 

    What is in a white mocha?

    A traditional white mocha consists of coffee, white chocolate syrup and cream. It is super tasty. 

    Do coffee bombs need to be refrigerated? 

    In theory, these white chocolate mochas will not need to be refrigerated as they should be ok to be stored at room temperature. But if you live in a hot or humid location, or your home does get quite warm, then you may prefer to refrigerate. 

    Two white mocha coffee bombs with mini marshmallows around and a coffee bomb sitting on a jar.

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    White Mocha Coffee Bomb

    Enjoy your coffee with a twist using these tasty White Mocha Coffee Bomb recipe!
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    Course: Drinks
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: White Mocha Coffee Bombs
    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
    • ½ cup instant coffee
    • ½ cup white hot cocoa mix
    • 1 cup mini marshmallows
    • Sprinkles or decoration optional

    Instructions

    • In a microwave-safe bowl, using 30-second intervals, melt the white chocolate bark or melting chocolate. Stirring between each interval until the chocolate is melted and smooth.
    • Transfer 1-2 tablespoons of melted chocolate into each mold and spread it around to get even coverage. Let the chocolate set, and then repeat a second time to let the sphere shape become thicker and easier to work with. Allow the second coat of chocolate to set before trying to remove it from the mold.
    • Once the chocolate has set, carefully turn the mold upside down and remove the half chocolate spheres.  Set out all 6 pieces.
    • In 3 of the shells, add in 1 tablespoon of the instant coffee, 1 tablespoon of hot cocoa mix, and about ½ of the mini marshmallows. It's okay of the mini marshmallows are heaping as they just need to fit inside the closed chocolate molds.
    • Place any remaining white melted chocolate in a piping bag and cut a small hole in the tip. If you have run out of chocolate, you can put some directly in the bag and microwave it for 30-second intervals again as you did before. Be sure you're kneading it between each microwave session, until it's melted.  Let the chocolate to cool down before using, or you will melt your bomb as you work.
    • Drizzle the chocolate around one half circle and place on top of another. Then drizzle more along the seam between the two and use your fingers to smooth the chocolate out. Let the chocolate to set, and decorate the bomb as you wish. We like to decorate over the seam so that it doesn’t look so obvious that it is there. You can use sprinkles or edible glitter, whatever you have on hand.
    • To decorate the top of the bombs, we spiraled the white chocolate over half of the coffee bomb, and then put on clear sparkling sugar sprinkles, and then crumbled a small bit of instant coffee on top. You do what makes you happy.
    • Serve these mocha coffee bombs by dropping them in a cup full of warm water or milk, or pouring warm water or milk over them. Stir and enjoy.

    Notes

    • You could easily add this white chocolate mocha bomb to a cup of hot milk to make a delciious hot beverage. 
    • Use any instant coffee you like. You could even use instant espresso for a strong flavor. Some might even want to try coffee creamer instead for a more milky flavor. 
    • Give the chocolate sheres time to set before adding the othe ringredients to them. You may want to ensure that the room you are working in is chilled or at least room temperature to avoid the spheres melting. 

    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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