- You can use any amount of sugar you decide. We used about 3/4 of a cup of granulated sugar.
- Add a T. of corn syrup
- Use just enough water to moisten all of the sugar. We also added some food coloring to ours, but you don't have to. Clear might look really great we decided.
- Cook and stir the sugar mixture until the sugar is dissolved.
- Wash the sides of the pan down with water, using a brush.
- Continue boiling without stirring until the sugar syrup is thick and starts to turn a little golden. (Because we had colored our syrup, it was difficult to tell the color. Ours went a little too far.)
- Using waxed paper, parchment paper or a silicone mat, drizzle designs with the sugar. Also, you can try to make wispy raised designs. I want to work on that technique a little more. Here is one that has a little bit of that on it.
When you put the Bombs into your hot milk, the sugar design just melts! Then, you get the nice fruity flavor of the marshmallows combined with the chocolate and it is a fun, new way to enjoy your Hot Cocoa Bombs!
So, go on, check out the full Cocoa Bomb tutorial here and give it a try!