Target Is Selling Hot Chocolate Bombs That Melt in Your Mug for the Perfect Cocoa

These dissolving Target hot chocolate bombs are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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It’s the perfect time of year to cozy up by the fire with your mug of hot cocoa and a Hallmark holiday classic. Target has introduced a brand-new way to sip your cocoa: hot chocolate bombs. They’re made to melt in your mug!

Bring the Magic to Your Mug

If you’re craving a steaming, fireside mug of cocoa, Target’s hot chocolate drink bombs deliver. They’ve got not one, not two but three amazing hot chocolate bombs this season. The lineup includes a classic milk chocolate sphere full of hot cocoa mix and marshmallows, that melts down to make the perfect cup of hot chocolate, an adorably festive milk chocolate star—no marshmallows here, unfortunately and a dapper snowman (or pal) made of white chocolate and caramel, perfect for those who prefer different flavors in their cup. Warm up some milk, drop one of these guys in and enjoy your perfect cup of hot cocoa. They’re the ideal stocking stuffer for the chocolate lovers in your life. (Or you can drink them all yourself, we don’t judge.)

While Wondershop had the milk chocolate spheres last year, the star and the snowman are a new addition to the lineup. As they say, the more the merrier!

Get Yours Before They’re Gone

Christmas is quickly approaching, so you can bet Target’s hot chocolate bombs will be bought up ahead of Santa’s visit. You can find them in the candy section at Target right now. If you’re not too keen on heading in-store, you can also have them delivered to your door (or order them for pickup) via the Target site. Snag yours for just $3.99, and don’t miss out on the best thing since, well, Christmas!

If you want to go back to the classic cuppa, grab this hot cocoa kit from Target too.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.