Valentine Chocolate Bombs

 Both of my daughters (11 and 13) are fervent followers of TikTok and I have to say: sometimes they come up with really great ideas, that they found on this app. One of this ideas is the Chocolate Bomb. And just when they told me about the chocolate bombs I saw them pop up everywhere in blog land. The bombs look so beautiful, that I wanted it try them out for Valentines Day, together with my daughters of course.

We used Red Velvet Chocolate for a pink color and filled the bombs with little marshmallows, sprinkles and sugar confetti and of course cocoa.












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  1. Ooh, these look amazing! I am sure they were delicious too.

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  2. Perfect for Valentine's day! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

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    1. Great pastime to make them, aren't they?

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  4. I do love these Chocolate Bombs. They are a lovely idea for any occasion and can be made so many different ways. Thank you for sharing x
    #BloggersPitStop

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  5. Totally new to me! Guess I need to catch up!

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  6. I have been saving these ideas, because I want to try making them! Pinned.

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  7. Never seen these adorable bombs before - they look spectacular ! Art has been replaced by food ;)
    Thank you for sharing your post with us at Meraki Link Party.
    Have a wonderful week
    Naush

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    1. They're a bit of a hit right now, I think. See them everywhere in blog world.

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  8. Oh yum! I love the idea of using red velvet chocolate! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! Pinned!

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  9. Maybe I m dense but could you give us directions? I tried to make some in December but they didn't turn out right,,,,, can you use something other than the mold?

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    1. I think the mold has to be silicone, because a silicone mold is bendable, what makes it much easier to push the chocolate bombs out of the mold.

      You can find lots of instructions on YouTube, for example the one below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgSeH5nNB_w

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  10. These are so fun. I have never made them, however i have seen them on Pinterest. Thanks for sharing these sweet chocolate bombs. I am happy to feature them on Sunday at Love Your Creativity.

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  11. I've not hopped on the chocolate bomb trend yet but they do look amazing. Yours are lovely.

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  12. Hi Liz, Are you on social media, and if so, can you email me regarding an upcoming feature? Thanks!

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