If you love a cozy, creamy mug of steaming hot chocolate, you're going to love these Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate Bombs. Enjoy the eternally delicious combination of peanut butter and chocolate as the bomb melts in your mug!
Melt chocolate in a small, microwave-safe bowl in the microwave in 15 second increments, stirring each time, until smooth.
Add a heaping spoonful of melted milk 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 chocolate bombs 7 minutes to set.
Meanwhile warm a plate in the microwave, dishwasher or oven. Optional: Boil a glass of water to warm a spoon.
Remove mold from freezer. Flip over and press gentlly on the top of each sphere to carefully onto your baking sheet.
Fill 3 spheres with a tablespoon of hot chocolate mix and a tablespoon of creamy peanut butter.
Place the bottom 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. Optional: If needed, dip a spoon in hot water, dry and run the back of it along the edges to seal.
Decorate using melted peanut butter in a piping or sealable bag with the tip clipped and quickly move back and forth over each bomb.
Store at room temperature until ready to serve.
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Substitute peanut butter with cookie butter
Careful not to overheat chocolate.
Touch chocolate spheres as minimally as possible.
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.