Easy Vegan Hot Chocolate Bombs with Marshmallow Whipped Cream

Today we are making some hot chocolate bombs. These have been a huge craze this season and I yet to see a vegan version made. So I set out to make my own. My version comes filled with some homemade vegan marshmallow whipped cream, they are so simple to make and they truly make the best hot chocolate. I tested many methods with techniques on all types of equipment and found how to make a perfect meltable sphere every time.

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🌿INGREDIENTS🌿
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INGREDIENTS
24 ounces (680 g) vegan semi-sweet ( I use bakers chocolate: https://amzn.to/33vnUuV)
1 cup (128 g) toppings of choice vegan marshmallows, peppermints, chocolate chips, candies (https://amzn.to/3fTRcbJ)
6 Tablespoons (88 g) semi sweet cocoa powder or your favorite vegan hot cocoa (https://amzn.to/2KW2WyU )
1 Tablespoon Marshmallow fluff (optional)

Marshmallow Fluff
Liquid from 2 cans garbanzo beans
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 cup (128 g) white sugar (finely ground is best)

Equipment
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Pro Tips
*The most important thing you can do to prevent chocolate from seizing is to eliminate any chance of the chocolate coming into contact with water.

*Always make sure the bowls and utensils you are using are perfectly dry and avoid using wooden spoons or boards, as they might retain moisture and impart this moisture to your chocolate.

*Overheated chocolate will lose the silky shine of melted chocolate and become thick and muddy. The best way to melt chocolate is in a double boiler, keeping the water hot (but not boiling), and using a candy or instant-read thermometer while melting the chocolate.

*Like seized chocolate, overheated chocolate can be rescued. First, you will want to cool the chocolate. Remove the bowl from the heat source, transfer the chocolate to a dry, cool bowl, and stir in a handful of solid chocolate chunks. Stir constantly and allow the solid chocolate to bring down the temperature of the melted chocolate.

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