Make Delicious Hot Chocolate Bombs in This Class at UAHT December 5
The colder weather is upon us and if you've never had a delicious and decadent hot chocolate bomb, you are in for a treat. Once you see these you will want to make them yourself. Make plans to attend a very special DIY workshop at the University of Hope-Texarkana on December 5 and learn how to make your very own Hot Chocolate Bomb.
This is a food trend that is starting to take off. Looking at a Hot Chocolate Bomb you can see why. They are pretty and obviously tasty too.
What is a Hot Chocolate Bomb?
According to eater.com,
For the unfamiliar, hot chocolate bombs, or glossy chocolate orbs filled with cocoa mix, marshmallows, sprinkles, and other edible baubles, are a truly over-the-top way to level up your cocoa game. Once plopped inside a mug full of warm milk, the bombs open up in dramatic fashion, revealing the goodies inside and creating a decadent cup of hot cocoa once stirred together.
When you take this class you will know how to make these from scratch. These Hot Chocolate Bombs are great for yourself and your family to enjoy on a cold night by the fire watching Christmas movies. Oh, and they would make a great gift too!
The class will be on Tuesday, December 5 from from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM. The cost of the workshop is $35 per person and the cost includes all your supplies.
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