Hot Chocolate Bombs: Where to Find Them and How to Make Them

Hot chocolate bombs are all the rage! Find out where you can score some locally and get some recipes if you want to make your own, too!

Hot chocolate bombs are the latest Christmas craze. On TikTok, creators are showcasing their own recipes and even holiday euphoria through these creative and cute treats. But why should everyone else miss out on all the fun?

Available for order online and in person, they can make the perfect gift or activity for kids. There’s nothing kids love more than dissolvable toys, and what better way to add on to that than by making it edible?

With decorative options and customizable fillings, children and adults alike will easily be reminded that the best things come in small packages.

Where to get hot chocolate bombs in southeast Michigan

Hot Chocolate Bombs Belleville

  • Address: Pickup in Belleville
  • Cost: $5

Handmade bombs come in five varieties ranging from unicorn to strawberry to galaxy. A variety pack can be ordered for $20. Check out pictures of your favorites on Facebook before ordering.

Detroit Sugar Cookie

  • Address: Ships in the metro Detroit area
  • Cost: $6

Fantastic flavors include peppermint, vanilla, white mocha and milk chocolate. (You can even pick your own toppings!)

It’s a Good Day Donuts

  • Address: Deliveries in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor
  • Cost: $6

Bombs come with chocolate or white chocolate shells in flavors like peppermint, salted caramel, classic cocoa, vanilla, marshmallow and others.

Hot chocolate bomb recipes to try at home

Since homemade has become the rage during the pandemic, here are a few great recipes to help involve your kids in making their own. You’ll need a domed silicone mold or any smaller shape that will fit in your cups (a shaped silicone mold like a star or heart could also be cute!).

Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate Bombs

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Peanut butter and hot chocolate is not a commonly sought after hot chocolate flavor. Criminally underrated, these delectable chocolates from Julie Blanner will be a house favorite.

Snowman Hot Chocolate Bombs

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These adorable snowmen hot chocolate bombs from Glue Stick Blog are as cute as they are delicious. Melting in the snow that is warm milk, you’ll hate to see them go.

Sugar Cookie Hot Chocolate Bombs

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No better combination exists than milk and cookies. So send Santa off in the right way, with a glass of warm milk and cookies in one magical cup with this recipe from Kleinworth & Co.

Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate Bombs

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Not quite ready to let go of fall? Then these pumpkin spiced hot chocolate bombs by Pastry Tales Blog are just the treat for you. Combining the best of both seasons, you’ll never want to go back to just fall or just winter again.

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Truffles

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Christmas and candy canes are what make the season bright. So why not take it a little further? Peppermint hot chocolate brings forth everything that reminds you of spending the holidays at home. Check out the full recipe at Your Cup of Cake.

Grinch Hot Cocoa Bombs

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What better way to celebrate Christmas than with everyone’s favorite villain? These Grinch inspired hot chocolate bombs from Simplistically Living will make your heart grow three sizes upon the first sip.

This post was originally published in 2020 and is updated regularly.

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