If you enjoyed a hot cocoa bomb during the holidays, you know they’re both fun and delicious. And if you haven’t had one, don’t worry — you don’t have to wait for the next holiday season because Target is selling these goodies for Valentine’s Day!
The Maud Borup Hot Cocoa Bomb costs $2.99 and in addition to being pink and heart-shaped, it’s also flavored like strawberries and cream and filled with mini marshmallows!
Made from rose-colored white chocolate and flavored with strawberries and cream, the little heart becomes a hot cocoa drink when you drop it into 2 cups of hot milk and slowly stir. No need to break it apart either, as the marshmallows will pop to the top.
Although there are still several weeks until Valentine’s Day, there are already plenty of other treats you can buy if you just can’t wait to eat something sweet.
Hershey has already released their candy lineup, which includes rose-shaped Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Hershey’s Kisses new Meltaway Roses, which are wrapped in a red rose-covered foil and have a velvety cream inside each Kiss.
More Valentine’s Day treats you can grab include a variety of goodies from Dylan’s Candy Bar, including pre-made gift baskets, like this adorable “You Make Me Feel Bubbly” mini basket that includes a champagne bottle filled with champagne bubble bites, a strawberry champagne chocolate bar and a watermelon sprinkle lollipop.
You can also find a full-size champagne bottle filled with sea salt caramels, or for your favorite cookie-lover, a box of nine chocolate-covered sandwich cookies decorated with heart-shaped sprinkles.
If you’d rather give something more unique this year, you can swap out a traditional floral bouquet for a cookie bouquet from Cheryl’s Cookies or a doughnut bouquet from Harry & David. The cookie bouquet comes with 12 or 24 buttercream-frosted heart-shaped cookies, while the doughnut bouquet includes 20 mini doughnuts covered in chocolate.
Both can be ordered online and shipped right to the house of a loved one, making for a safe Valentine’s Day treat even if you can’t spend the day together.
Are you already planning your Valentine’s Day goodies?