Learn how the make hot chocolate bombs for the best kind of Halloween fun! These oh-so-spooky Halloween hot chocolate bombs melt into a decadent mug of hot cocoa.

Pour hot milk over one and watch with joy as it melts before your eyes.

I know, it may seem I’m a bit obsessed with hot chocolate bombs, but once you try them, you will be too!

A white chocolate Halloween hot chocolate bomb, decorated as a mummy.

I love all things Halloween so I created some eerily easy Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs – mummies and ghosts!

It’s such a simple twist on my White Chocolate Hot Chocolate Bombs and you can make them start to finish in just 20 minutes! It’s a great way to boo your neighbors and makes the perfect treat for your kids and grandkids!

This festive treat will warm you up on Halloween!

Fun Fact: Many of our local bakeries sell these little beauties for anywhere from $4-$8 each!

A white chocolate hot cocoa bomb, decorated as a ghost face.

Why You’ll Love Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

  • Easy to make
  • Perfect for gifting
  • Made with creamy white chocolate
  • Fun to decorate
  • So much fun to watch them ghosts and mummies melt in your mug!
A white chocolate Halloween hot chocolate bomb, decorated as a mummy. Next to it is a glass mug full of white chocolate hot cocoa.
A white chocolate Halloween hot chocolate bomb, decorated as a mummy.

Ingredients and Substitutions

  • White Chocolate – White melting wafers, white chocolate chips or white baking chocolate, your preference. I like to use melting wafers because they’re easy to melt, smooth, and make the creamiest hot chocolate.
  • Mini Marshmallows – We like to use the tiny little dehydrated marshmallows because you can fit more in the bomb!
  • White Hot Chocolate Mix – Ore you can use regular homemade hot chocolate mix, but white is perfect here!
  • Black Writing Icing – Perfect and easy to use to make a ghost face.
  • Edible Eyes – Super simple way to make adorable mummies!
A white chocolate hot cocoa bomb decorated as a mummy, inside a clear glass mug

How to Make Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

  1. Melt Chocolate – To begin, melt white chocolate in a small, microwave-safe bowl in 15 second increments, stirring in between, until smooth.
  2. Fill Cavities – Next, add a heaping teaspoon of melted white chocolate into molds. Spread using the back of a teaspoon until each cavity is completely covered adding more white chocolate as needed. A red silicone sphere mold filled with white chocolate to make peppermint hot chocolate bombs.
  3. Eliminate Excess – Invert mold onto a parchment lined baking sheet and lightly shake. Lift to remove and discard parchment. Place mold on baking sheet chocolate side up.
  4. Freeze to Set – Freeze 7 minutes. Looking inside a freezer with a silicone mold filled with white chocolate spheres.
  5. Remove – Remove mold from freezer. Flip over and press gently on the top of each sphere to carefully onto your baking sheet. A gold baking sheet topped with white chocolate spheres for Halloween hot chocolate bombs.
  6. Fill – Remove from freezer and fill 3 of the white chocolate spheres with a tablespoon of white hot chocolate mix and 2 tablespoons marshmallow bits apiece.
  7. Seal – Warm a plate or bowl in the microwave or with boiling water and dry. Place the bottom of an empty sphere on the plate to lightly melt chocolate. Finally, place melted chocolate edge on filled half to seal. Try to handle chocolate as little as possible. Optional: If needed, use a hot spoon, dipped in boiling water and dried to further seal. A white chocolate hot chocolate bomb on a white plate on a marble surfacde.
  8. Decorate – Make mummies and ghosts (see below).

For a Mummy

  1. Add leftover melted chocolate to a piping bag or sealed bag. Clip the tip to make the desired size mummy cloth.
  2. Add a touch of white chocolate to the back of eyes and adhere.
  3. Moving quickly go back and forth across your hot chocolate bomb working around the eyes.
A white chocolate Halloween hot chocolate bomb, decorated as a mummy.

For a Ghost

  1. Using a writing icing pen, create eyes squeezing to make little dots.
  2. Make a circle for the mouth.
  3. Allow icing to set.
A white chocolate hot cocoa bomb, decorated as a ghost face.

Tips

  • Need help with baking conversions? Check out my Essential Measurement Conversion Chart or use the “yield” button near the ingredients in the recipe card to double or triple your recipe.
  • Read Instructions Thoroughly Before Starting – These cocoa bombs  actually come together so quickly that it’s best to read the recipe first and be prepared.
  • Don’t Overheat – White chocolate can burn. To prevent burning, stir every 15 seconds until smooth.
  • Touch Minimally – Chocolate warms quickly. Touch as minimally as possible to prevent spheres from changing shape or making fingerprints.
  • For Gifting – These clear glass mugs are the perfect diameter for this size of hot chocolate bomb. Bonus! It’s so much fun to watch the melting happen before your eyes. You can wrap Hot Chocolate Bombs in mugs with cellophane and tie with a ribbon for gifting!
  • Or wrap individually – in cellophane bags and seal with a personalized label or piece of washi tape.

How to Store

  • Room Temperature – Store at room temperature for up to two weeks in an airtight container or a food safe cellophane bag. Store in a dark pantry.
  • Refrigerator – Hot chocolate bombs can be temporarily refrigerated, but will cause condensation.

Dietary Considerations

  • Gluten Free (if you use a gluten free hot chocolate mix)
  • Vegetarian
  • Nut Free
A white chocolate Halloween hot chocolate bomb, decorated as a mummy. Next to it is a glass mug full of white chocolate hot cocoa.
A white mummy Halloween hot chocolate bomb in a clear glass mug on a marble surface.
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Halloween Hot Chocolate Bombs

Learn how the make hot chocolate bombs for the best kind of Halloween fun! These oh-so-spooky hot chocolate bombs will melt into an incredibly decadent mug of hot cocoa when you pour hot milk and watch the joy melt before your eyes.
Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 0 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
Servings: 3
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Ingredients  

  • 8 ounces white chocolate wafers or chips
  • 3 tablespoons white hot chocolate mix
  • 6 tablespoons marshmallow bits

To Decorate

  • 6 candy eyes
  • black writing icing

Instructions 

  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and gather supplies and ingredients.
  • In a small microwave-safe bowl, melt white chocolate on 50% power in 15 second increments, stirring in between, until smooth.
  • Add a heaping spoonful of melted chocolate to each cavity. Using the back of a teaspoon, spread until completely covered.
  • Invert mold onto a parchment lined baking sheet and lightly shake to remove excess. Discard parchment and place mold on baking sheet (chocolate side up). Scrape edges of each cavity if needed.
  • Freeze 7 minutes to set.
  • Meanwhile, warm a plate in the microwave.
  • Remove mold from freezer. Flip over and gently press on the top of each sphere to carefully remove onto your baking sheet.
  • Fill half of the spheres with a tablespoon of white hot chocolate mix and 2 tablespoons marshmallow bits.
  • Place the open end of an empty sphere on the hot plate to lightly melt chocolate. Place the melted chocolate edge on filled half to seal, handling the chocolate as little as possible to prevent fingerprints. 
  • Pour remaining melted white chocolate into a piping bag or sealable bag. Click the tip. To make mummies, add a dot of chocolate to each eye and quickly press onto your bomb. Drizzle back and forth to create mummy fabric. To make ghosts, squeeze black writing icing onto the ball to create eyes and create a circle to make a mouth.

Tips

Tips

  • Review instructions and have all supplies and ingredients readily available.
  • Be patient and don’t overcomplicate it. The beauty is how simple they are to make!
  • Have fun with it! You can add Halloween sprinkles and more!

To Store

Room Temperature – Store at room temperature for up to two weeks in an airtight container or a food safe cellophane gift bag in a pantry away from heat sources and sunlight. Freeze or refrigerate to set, but store at room temperature for best results.
Calories: 502kcal | Carbohydrates: 69g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 24g | Saturated Fat: 15g | Cholesterol: 16mg | Sodium: 92mg | Potassium: 216mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 62g | Vitamin A: 23IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 150mg | Iron: 1mg

Estimated nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed.

Equipment

6 cavity silicone chocolate mold
Baking Sheet
plate
icing bag or plastic bag

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