These White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs are a heavenly burst of chocolate, coffee creamer, and coffee all mixed together in your favorite coffee mug.
Did you join the hot cocoa bomb craze? Well, coffee lovers unite and celebrate now…coffee bombs are the next greatest thing for coffee lovers!
Coffee bombs are really the same idea only for coffee. They act more like flavored coffee creamers because they don’t contain the actual coffee. The melted chocolate and creamer add an explosion of flavor to your cup of java.
A coffee bomb is placed in a mug that you then pour hot coffee over. As the chocolate melts, the creamer inside will ooze out into the coffee. Simply stir to combine with your favorite coffee.
There you have it…..a flavored coffee drink that’s also fun to make and enjoy!
So instead of spending too much money on the store-bought specialty bombs, make your own! This quick and easy recipe is one that you can modify to include your favorite chocolate and coffee creamer. What are you waiting for? 😁
Ingredients Needed For White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs Recipe
- White Chocolate Chips or White Candy Melts – either will work perfectly but if you use the melts you could change up the colors.
- Powdered French Vanilla Coffee Creamer – choose your favorite flavor of creamer….most flavors pair well with chocolate.
- Brewed Coffee – your favorite kind is always best 😉
Equipment Needed for White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs
- Microwave Safe Glass Bowl
- Spoon – a metal spoon is going to work best for this recipe
- 6-Cavity Mold – pick your favorite shape or start with something you might already have on hand
- Small Piping Bags or resealable plastic bags
- Scissors – scissors will be used for cutting the tip off the piping bag or ziploc bag
- Hot Plate or Frying Pan – A small frying pan heated on the stove will work if you don’t have a hot plate.
How to Make White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs
Mmmmm, yummy coffee bombs! Here’s how to make delicious, professional-looking coffee bombs that you can enjoy, give as a gift, or sell!
Start by placing a plate in the freezer.
In a microwaveable bowl, melt the chocolate on high for 45 seconds.
After 45 seconds, give the chocolate a little stir to make sure it is beginning to melt. Once it begins to melt, microwave at 50% power and continue.
Continue warming the chocolate in 30-second intervals. Stir between each interval. White chocolate will burn easily so make sure you are watching it closely.
Once the chocolate is melted most of the way, heat for 15 seconds and stir. Make sure all the lumps are gone and chocolate is smooth.
Drop a small dollop of white chocolate in the first cavity of the mold with a spoon.
Using the back of the spoon, spread the chocolate around the mold to completely cover the cavity of the mold.
Continue this process until all six molds have been filled and completely covered.
Clean up any excess chocolate on the top of the mold around the edges and then freeze for 10 – 15 minutes.
Remove plate or glass dish from the freezer. Un-mold the 6 molds carefully and set them on the cold plate.
Spoon 2 tbsp of coffee creamer (or the amount of your liking) into one of the silicone molds.
Join the candy mold holding the creamer and an empty mold together.
Allow several minutes to dry and set or place in the freezer to allow the two pieces to adhere together faster.
TIME TO ENJOY!!! Add your coffee bomb to your mug or coffee cup first. Then pour your freshly brewed coffee on top and stir. YUM!
2 Suggested Methods For Joining 2 Halves of Chocolate Spheres Together
- Hot Plate Method: Place a microwave safe plate in microwave for 2 minutes and remove. The plate will hold the heat without the risk of burning yourself. Place 1 empty half on the plate long enough to soften the chocolate then place 2 halves together. Let the two halves set for a few minutes to allow chocolate to harden or place in fridge for a few minutes.
- Piping Bag Method: Use leftover melted chocolate and add to a piping bag or small resealable sandwich bag. Cut a small hole a the end of the piping bag or one corner of resealable sandwich bag. Squeeze chocolate around the rim of bottom sphere and place another sphere on top. Use your finger to smooth out the chocolate.
White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs Recipe Notes And Tips
- IMPORTANT: Body heat melts chocolate quickly so touching them with your hands will promote a faster melt. Use gloves or touch the bombs as little as possible once they are formed and removed from the molds.
- Freezing a plate will help make sure your coffee bombs don’t melt one you un-mold them. A glass plate or baking dish will work the best.
- Do NOT overheat the chocolate. It can and will burn.
- If you do not bring the chocolate all the way up the cavity your two halves will not connect. Make sure to take extra care to bring the melted chocolate all the way up all the sides.
- You should not be able to see the color of the inside of the molds. If you can, your bomb won’t be as sturdy. Add more melted chocolate to the inside to cover up any thinly coated areas.
Variations Of White Chocolate Mocha Coffee Bombs To Try
- Experiment with different flavors of coffee creamer. Some unique flavors you may enjoy are Hazelnut, Red Velvet, S’mores, Snickers, White Chocolate Raspberry or Southern Butter Pecan.
- If white chocolate is not your favorite, you might like to change it up and use Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, Bittersweet Chocolate or Sweet German Chocolate.
- Give them a little pop of color by drizzling lighter or darker color chocolate melts over the top of your coffee bomb.
Can I freeze my coffee bombs?
Yes, you can freeze them for up to 3 months. Wrap each individual coffee bomb in plastic wrap and store in a single layer in an air-tight, freezer-safe container.
How should I store my coffee bombs if I do not want to freeze them?
You can store your coffee bombs in an air-tight container or resealable sandwich bag for up to two weeks. You can keep them in a cool, dry location or you can also store them in the refrigerator to keep them cold. Keeping them in the refrigerator will also extend the shelf life of your unfrozen bombs.
Can I put liquid creamer in my coffee bombs?
Yes, of course! You will just need to keep a couple of things in mind to do this. Make sure the bottom half of the mold is sitting steady when you add the liquid. Also, make sure you seal up the seam on the two halves of the mold very well so the liquid doesn’t leak.
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- 1 cup white chocolate chips or white candy melts
- 2 tbsp powdered french vanilla coffee creamer
- brewed coffee
- Before you begin, place a plate in the freezer.
- Melt the white chocolate or candy melts in a microwaveable bowl for 45 seconds on high.
- Stick a spoon in the chocolate to make sure it is melting. (If it is, you will need to decrease the power on your microwave to 50 percent and continue.)
- Continue warming up chocolate at 30 second intervals stirring in-between. This make take 1 - 2 times. White chocolate will burn easily so keep a close watch on it.
- While stirring the chocolate, see that it is mostly melted. Heat for 15 seconds and stir until all lumps are gone and chocolate is smooth.
- Use spoon to drop a dollop into the first cavity of the silicone mold.
- Use the back of the spoon to coat the inside of the mold completely.
- Continue this process until all six molds are coated with white chocolate.
- Wipe away any excess chocolate. Freeze for 10 - 15 minutes.
- Remove the plate and molds from the freezer.
- Carefully remove each half from the mold and set them on the cold plate. (This will keep them from melting.)
- Spoon in 2 tbsp coffee creamer or more if you prefer.
- Connect the two pieces of the mold together by the edges by either melting chocolate to serve as the glue (piping bag method) or place the top half onto a heated plate to lightly melt the edges and stick them together.
- Continue in this manner until the six half molds are assembled to make 3 coffee bombs.
- ENJOY!!! Add coffee bomb to mug first then pour freshly brewed coffee on top and stir.