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If you loved my Holidays Hot Chocolate Bombs class, here is another fun one for you! In this one time course, students will learn how to make the trending chocolate bombs but this time, it's with strawberry flavor! Since Valentines Day is coming up, a beautiful gift idea is making a Pink Strawberry Bomb. In this class, students will be given an easy recipe to follow on how to make these delicious pink bombs. No experience is required and students will be given step-by-step instructions. ...
Students will learn to follow step-by-step instructions on how to make Pink Strawberry bombs. By the end of the class, students will have created 3 - 6 chocolate bombs. Time may vary for each student.
A little more time at the end of class may be required to add the finishing touches to the chocolate bombs
A one page recipe will be sent to learners 24 hours before class starts Please have the follow supplies in order to complete the class Ingredients 1. One bag of white chocolate candy melts 2. One bag of pink candy melts (If you do not wish to buy pink candy melts, pink food coloring would work with white chocolate too) *Note: I recommend using MERCKENS chocolate because it is so easy to melt. I will put a link at the bottom where you can purchase from Amazon, but I'm sure that some local supermarkets will have them at a cheaper price https://www.amazon.com/Merckens-Coating-Melting-Wafers-Chocolate/dp/B01MTAU84X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=37PIW213JFZFE&dchild=1&keywords=merkens+chocolate+melts&qid=1606760201&sprefix=merken%2Caps%2C207&sr=8-2 3. Disposable gloves (To handle the chocolate to avoid having it melt) 4. Strawberry powder https://www.walmart.com/ip/Nesquik-Strawberry-Powder-Drink-Mix-9-38-oz/714293598 5. Small or tiny marshmallows. (The smaller, the more you can fit inside the chocolate bomb) 6. Sprinkles of your choice (Optional) - Candy hearts - Edible glitter Utensils 1. Silicone half ball mold x 2 (Can purchase from Walmart, Amazon or Michael's. It is recommended to get a soft silicone mold so that it is easy for the chocolate to come out) Please purchase either the 2 inch (regular sized, can fit in all mugs) or 2.5 inch mold (large ball, fits in bigger mugs just like in my video). **IMPORTANT NOTE** Please try to order the molds ahead of time. A few parents have mentioned that it took a few days to arrive and was concerned the molds would not show up in time for class. https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Chocolate-Pudding-Handmade-Cupcake/dp/B08NZW48Q1/ref=sr_1_7?crid=24BVSRDYYTZU2&dchild=1&keywords=chocolate+bomb+mold&qid=1608595163&sprefix=chocolate+bom%2Caps%2C202&sr=8-7 2. Two microwave safe bowls 3. Silicone spatula 4. Ziplock bag / Piping bag 5. Small spoon 6. Saran wrap / Parchment paper 7. Cupcake liners 8. A clean paintbrush 9. A pan (we will be heating the pan to help seal the chocolate spheres)
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be using the microwave to melt the chocolate as well as warm up a pan / skillet on the stove to seal the chocolate. Please have a parent nearby in case assistance is needed.
Smoothie and Beverage Enthusiast
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
185 total reviews
179 completed classes
Greetings everyone and welcome to my page! My name is Mindy and i'm very happy you found me here on Outschool! I have been a teacher for 12 years now and here's a secret, I wasn't always the most attentive learner when I was studying in...