How to make a hot chocolate BOMB: Mum sets mouths watering with her delicious festive treat – and says it’s the ‘best you’ll ever make’
- Melbourne mum Chantel Mila revealed how to make hot chocolate bombs
- She revealed her recipe is the ‘best hot chocolate you’ll ever make’ on TikTok
- To make them, you’ll need chocolate, cocoa powder, milk and marshmallows
- Thousands said they would try her simple dish this festive season at home
A mother has set mouths watering across Australia after she shared her delicious recipe for making a hot chocolate bomb.
Chantel Mila, from Melbourne, posted on TikTok, where she said her recipe is the ‘best hot chocolate you’ll ever make’.
‘Hot chocolate bombs are delicious, so yum and my kids love them a little bit too much,’ Chantel wrote.
So how do you make the simple festive treat?
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A mother has set mouths watering across Australia after she shared her delicious recipe for making a hot chocolate bomb (finished result pictured)
To make a hot chocolate bomb for yourself at home, Chantel said you’ll need some melted chocolate, cocoa powder, warmed milk and mini marshmallows.
‘Melt the chocolate in a glass bowl and fill cake moulds with the melted mixture,’ Chantel said.
Once this is done, pop the mould in your freezer to set for 10 minutes and removing the chocolate moulds carefully, fill every other mould with cocoa powder to the brim.
‘Sprinkle marshmallows over the top of the cocoa powder, melt the edge of the moulds on a warm plate and secure two together to make a ball.
‘Drop it into warm milk and enjoy,’ Mila said.
How to make the hot chocolate bombs
Chantel shared her simple recipe for the hot chocolate bombs (pictured)
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1. Melt the chocolate in a glass bowl.
2. Fill cake moulds with your melted chocolate mixture.
3. Pop the moulds in your freezer to set for 10 minutes, remove them and fill every other mould with cocoa powder to the brim.
4. Sprinkle marshmallows on top of the cocoa powder.
5. Melt the end of the moulds on a warm plate and secure one with no filling to one that has a filling.
6. Drop the balls into a cup of warm milk and enjoy.
‘Hot chocolate bombs are delicious, so yum and my kids love them a little bit too much,’ Chantel wrote alongside her recipe (pictured in action)
Thousands who saw the simple recipe said they love it and can’t wait to try it and it looks ‘incredible’ (pictured in action)
Thousands who saw the simple recipe said they love it and can’t wait to try it and it looks ‘incredible’.
‘Omg this looks delicious,’ one commenter posted.
Another asked what chocolate is the best to use to make the tastiest hot chocolate.
Mila said the ‘trick’ is to use a chocolate with a high cocoa butter percentage – for this reason, she usually goes for Cadbury’s baking chocolate.
‘I am definitely making this,’ another added.
A mother from Sydney has shared her simple three-ingredient recipe for ‘delicious’ chocolate mousse, and home cooks are labelling the dessert a ‘game-changer’ (the dessert pictured)
The woman, who goes by the name Mama Mila on TikTok shared her ‘life hack’ for a quick and easy dessert that takes just 30 seconds to prepare (the process pictured)
This isn’t the first recipe Chantel has gone viral for.
Earlier this year, the Melbourne mum shared how she makes a 30-second, three-ingredient chocolate mousse.
All you need to make it is some coconut cream, icing sugar and cocoa.
First up, Chantel said you should refrigerate a can of coconut cream overnight.
The refrigeration process is important, because it makes the cream separate from the water inside the can.
Next, scoop out the cream from the top and discard the spare coconut cream water.
Once you have your refrigerated coconut cream, Chantel said you next need to add 1/2 a cup of icing sugar and one tablespoon of cocoa to a bowl.
Then, add your coconut cream to the bowl.
‘Mix everything,’ Chantel said, adding that she uses a handheld blender for this.
Once the mixture is whipped and has a creamy consistency, it’s ready to serve cold in a ramekin or bowl.
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