Baking/Cooking: Learn to Make Valentines Hot Chocolate Bombs
Make Valentines milk & white chocolate- hot chocolate bombs together! Enjoy these delicious treats you can share with the family or gift to teachers or neighbors! This is a hands on class, I will be teaching them from start to finish.
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CLASS EXPERIENCE: Let's make Valentines milk & white chocolate- hot chocolate bombs! This is a fun new way to have hot chocolate and gift it to other friends or neighbors. The bomb is a sphere of milk chocolate with a hallow inside that is filled with hot chocolate mix and marshmallows! In this class we will go from start to finish together making 6 bombs! Its a hands on environment and I will be modeling each step so everyone knows what to do! Students will be muted to ensure background...
1 file available upon enrollmentINGREDIENTS: 1-12oz. package of milk chocolate wafers/meltable's 1-12oz. package of White chocolate wafers/meltable's 1-12oz. package of Bright pink chocolate wafers/meltable's 12 Tbsp milk chocolate hot chocolate mix 6 Tbsp white chocolate hot chocolate mix mini marshmallows pink sprinkles or whatever you want to top your bombs with 1 box or bag of small valentines candy hearts SUPPLIES: 2- Silicone half sphere molds. (I purchased these from Amazon and they are great: BAKER DEPOT 6 Holes Silicone Mold for Chocolate, Cake, Jelly, Pudding, Handmade Soap, Round Shape, Dia: 2 1/2 inches, Set of 2) A brand new small-medium paint brush (this is my favorite to use for spreading the chocolate) OR 1 small rubber spoon spatula (it is flexible and makes spreading the chocolate easy) 3 large cereal bowls (microwave safe) 3 spatulas (if you only have one we can wash the one each time we need to use the next) measuring spoons 1 large metal dinner spoon 2 snack bags scissors
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental supervision is encouraged to be available if your learner needs help. Ingredients may need to be substituted to fit your learners needs if they have food allergies.
Creating with Collette
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189 total reviews
219 completed classes
I am an outgoing mom of three beautiful children ages 6, 8, and 10 years old. I offer classes to kids of all ages who want to create. This could be in the kitchen, garage, sewing machines or even around an instrument! I have been teaching and...