December Madness – Christmas Chocolate Bombs with Sweet Filling

    December Madness – Christmas Chocolate Bombs with Sweet Filling

    December Madness – Christmas Chocolate Bombs with Sweet Filling
    Greg
    3:34 PM EST, December 21, 2021

    When it’s freezing cold outside, is there anything better than a mug of hot chocolate and lying under a blanket with a book or just someone you love?

    Sweet Christmas bombs

    Chocolate itself is delicious by definition. But you can make your mouth water even more. How about self-made chocolate bombs? They are deliciously sweet and filled with something yummy. And it doesn’t take much time or effort to make them. All you need is your favorite brand of chocolate, special molds and as some filling (for example cocoa, peanut butter, caramel, nuts, seeds etc.)

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    Last but not least this is Christmas and we all can have our cravings. So let’s find out how you actually make these chocolate bombs.

    Start with melting your favorite chocolate (water bath, microwave of a pot). You can mix two flavors, for example milk chocolate with some dark)

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    Allrecipes/YouTube

    Prepare silicone glass-ball shaped molds covering them with a little aluminum foil

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    Allrecipes/YouTube

    Carefully spread the chocolate on the molds on put them into the fridge for 30 minutes. The chocolate must cool down well

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    Allrecipes/YouTube

    Gently take the bombs out of the molds. Be careful, they crack and break easily

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    Allrecipes/YouTube
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    Allrecipes/YouTube
    Allrecipes/YouTube
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    Allrecipes/YouTube
    Allrecipes/YouTube

    You can decorate the bombs if you wish. It’s not necessary of course

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    Allrecipes/YouTube

    Put one chocolate bomb into a mug and pour some hot milk. Exposed to the heat it will begin to melt and soon the filling will come out. Doesn’t it sound delicious already?

    What are your favorite Christmas sweets? Of course don’t forget to let us know what your chocolate bombs looked and tasted like!

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