My little princess asked for some Princess Anna hot cocoa bombs so I went waaay over the top and made these fun princess hot cocoa bombs that everyone will love!
Princess Anna Hot Cocoa Bombs
Here at Ruffles and Rain Boots, we are all about making our tiny princess giggle. And when she felt the need for some Frozen princess hot cocoa bombs, I couldn’t help but go over the top with some craziness. I grabbed my chocolate and BAM!
A little magic and some marshmallows and I had this amazing hot cocoa bomb that is so stunning I can’t even. So, grab your snowballs and let’s get started.
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Tips to Make Princess Hot Cocoa Bombs
- Start with getting a silicone mold here. These silicone molds are a large part of what makes DIY hot cocoa bombs super easy and fun to make. I have experimented with a lot of different mold types for making hot chocolate bombs but in my opinion, silicone molds are definitely the best.
- Totally up to you, but I really dislike using regular chocolate chips for melted-chocolate activities, particularly if you have to color the chocolate to get, for example, purple and blue. Chocolate chips go all lumpy for just getting a smidge too warm – and they require a lot more stirring. My preferred material for anything melted chocolate is candy melts. They’re just made for this and they won’t be difficult to work with at all. So, grab-up a bag of melting discs like this in the colors you need an you’re set!
- When you are good and ready to enjoy a cup of princess hot cocoa, just pop a Princess Anna cocoa bomb into a good-sized mug, then warm around 2 cups of milk (just enough to fill the mug, you’ll be fine). Pour all that heated milk right on top of the bomb. The princess hot cocoa bomb will float, pop open and “explode”!
How Do I Make Princess Anna Hot Cocoa Bombs?
I’m so glad you asked. Below is our written tutorial.
- 2 cups purple candy melts
- 2 cups blue candy melts
- 1 cup of yellow candy melts
- Gold cake spray
- Silver cake spray
- 1 package of unicorn chocolate chip mix
- 1 C mini marshmallows
- Place the purple and blue candy melts in separate microwave-safe mixing bowls and melt until smooth, per the directions on the candy melt packaging.
- Place 1 tbsp of melted purple candy melt in 6 half-sphere molds, using the back of your tablespoon to work the candy all around the sides of the mold. Repeat with the blue candy melts in 6 additional half-sphere molds. Place the candy-coated molds into the freezer for 5 minutes to set.
- Remove the purple and blue candy-filled molds from the freezer and gently peel the mold away from the candy. Place the molds open-side down on a cookie sheet or paper towels, then lightly spray silver cake spray over each of the cocoa bombs.
- With the edible markers, draw the smaller floral pattern on the purple candy half-spheres, and the larger floral pattern on the blue spheres.
- Melt yellow candy melt per the package directions and place into a piping bag, then print or sketch a template for a crown from Frozen.
- Place the template onto a cookie sheet followed by a piece of parchment paper.
- With the yellow candy melt, pipe the crown outline.
- Place the remaining melted blue candy melt in a second piping bag and fill in the middle of the crown to be the diamond.
- Put the cookie sheet into the freezer for 5 minutes to set.
- Fill the purple cocoa bomb halves with 1 tbsp of the unicorn chocolate chip mix and 1 tbsp of mini marshmallows.
- Place a small plate in the microwave until it's warm to the touch. Place the the blue cocoa bomb halves open-side down on the heated plate, to melt the edge, then immediately place on top of the filled purple halves, lining-up the floral designs.
- With the remaining yellow candy melt, pipe line of around the middle of the cocoa bomb to further seal the two halves together, then place in the freezer for 5 minutes to set.
- Gently and carefully remove the crowns from the parchment paper and pip a small amount of yellow candy melt onto the back of the crown.
- Place a crown onto the top center of each cocoa bomb.
- When you're ready to enjoy, place your cocoa bomb into a mug and pour hot milk over the top, stir and enjoy!
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 892Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 17mgSodium: 139mgCarbohydrates: 209gFiber: 0gSugar: 137gProtein: 1g
All nutrition information is estimated. For accuracy, please calculate your exact brands and ingredients if accuracy is desired.
More Disney Inspired Hot Cocoa Bombs You Might Like
- Easy Minnie Mouse Hot Cocoa Bombs – So cute and quick to put together, I love this easy way to make a Minnie treat for any Minnie lover!
- Winnie the Pooh Hot Chocolate Bombs – I love Winnie the Pooh and these hot chocolate bombs are so perfectly Winnie, it’s tough to not love them too!
- Queen Elsa Hot Cocoa Bombs – Michelle from The Purple Pumpkin Blog has created some Elsa-themed hot cocoa bombs that are easy and adorable.
- Mickey Mouse Hot Cocoa Bombs – These epically fun Mickey Mouse hot cocoa bombs are easy to make and will definitely elicit smiles!
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