Instant Pot Hot Chocolate Bombs With Silicone Egg Bite Mold

Koti Beth Designs
by Koti Beth Designs
7 bombs
1 hr 15 min

How to make Instant Pot hot chocolate bombs. You'll melt the chocolate in your Instant Pot and use the silicone egg bite mold that you use with an Instant Pot to make these hot cocoa bombs.

I've made hot chocolate bombs with the half sphere mold and now using the egg bite mold. This way is a lot easier and takes less time.

You will need to add mini marshmallows to take up some of the room in the mold. This stops the melted chocolate that you add to the top from getting in the hot chocolate mix.

I've used a few different ways to melt chocolate, and the Instant Pot method works wonderfully. I used chocolate wafers because the melt great and are made for melting and pouring into a mold.

Instant Pot Hot Chocolate Bombs With Silicone Egg Bite Mold
Recipe details
  • 7  bombs
  • Prep time: 15 Minutes Cook time: 1 Hours Total time: 1 hr 15 min
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  • 24 ounces chocolate wafers
  • 7 tablespoons hot cocoa mix
  • 1/2 cup mini marshmallows

Add two cups of water to the Instant Pot liner. Place a glass bowl on top of the Instant Pot. It should rest inside the liner without falling in.
Turn the Instant Pot to sauté. Add the chocolate to the bowl and stir occasionally until melted.
Once the chocolate is melted, spoon it into the silicone egg bite mold cavity. Use a food safe brush or the back of a spoon to spread the chocolate all over the cavity. Repeat with each cavity and then place in the freezer for 10 minutes.
Take the mold out of the freezer. Add 1 tablespoon of hot chocolate mix to each cavity.
Add marshmallows to each cavity until they are flush with the top of the mold. Spoon in chocolate to fill the mold. Try to get it as flat as you can on top.
Let sit in the freezer for another 10 minutes. Then unmold your Instant Pot egg mold hot chocolate bombs and enjoy!
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  • Jo Jo on Feb 05, 2021

    So, now that you've made the bombs, how much milk do you add to the cup to reconstitute?

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    • Mikkigirl Mikkigirl on Feb 05, 2022

      How much milk? I can’t see your response to Jo. Thank you

  • Sherry Lewis Sherry Lewis on Feb 05, 2021

    These sound great I will have to make this