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Reese's Pieces Hot Chocolate Bombs

Published on 6 October 2022 at 13:33

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Reese’s Pieces Hot Chocolate Bombs is made with candy melts, Swiss Miss, Reese’s Pieces, and mini marshmallows. Perfect for a rainy day.

Reese's Pieces Hot Chocolate Bombs

Autumn is here and that means breaking out the crockpot, baking pumpkin bread and of course, making Hot Chocolate Bombs. Make for yourself, share with the kids or create for holiday gifts.

Reese's Pieces Hot Chocolate Bombs

Makes: 3 Bombs
Prep: 20 Minutes

If you need more simply double or triple the recipe.


Melt the milk chocolate Ghirardelli's candy wafers as directed on the bag.

Drop some melted chocolate into each dome. Coat each dome very well with the back of a spoon. Make sure you cannot see the mold through the chocolate. Place in the freezer for 10 minutes.

Once the chocolate is hardened remove the domes carefully. Set aside.

    Heat a frying pan to low heat. Place the bomb edge side down into the pan. Melt slightly just to even out edges.

    Pull it up and fill with two tablespoons hot chocolate mix, Reese's candies, and mini marshmallows.

    Quickly heat another dome edge and place on top of the one with the cocoa mix. Make sure to align the domes well. Repeat for the other two hot chocolate bombs.

    Melt the dark chocolate as directed on the bag. Drizzle over the top add some Reese's candies to the chocolate drizzle. This will make them stick. Drizzle a bit more chocolate over the candies.

    Keep in the fridge until ready to drink. If you need to keep longer place in the freezer for up to a month.

    Once you get use to the process, you can switch out flavors and candy to match your holiday and/or celebration.

    Sever and enjoy.

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