6 Spots to Buy Hot Chocolate Bombs in Rhode Island
These cocoa creations are all the rage this holiday season.
Hot chocolate bombs are not only all the rage this holiday season, but they are delicious and fun, too. Drop one in a mug of hot milk or milk alternative, or pour milk on top of it, and watch the tasty bomb melt to reveal the cocoa mix and marshmallows inside. Mix it all together, take a sip of cocoa and enjoy. Pick up a couple of cocoa bombs at these local shops and bakeries.
From dark chocolate to milk and white chocolate flavors, hot chocolate bombs from Awesome Sweets come in different sizes — two to three inches — to fill up every type of mug in the kitchen cabinet. One drizzled bomb, which is filled with their own hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows, is good for eight to ten ounces of warmed up milk. Place your order by calling to guarantee availability.
How to visit: Tuesday to Thursday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Friday, 1-5 p.m., and Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sundays are by appointment.
Details: 654 Central Ave., Pawtucket, 401-723-4080, awesomesweetsri.com
LaSalle Bakery’s traditional hot chocolate bomb, with the cocoa mix and marshmallows, will warm up your soul during this festive season. Check out their Christmas cookie trays and yule logs during your visit. Hot chocolate bombs are available for in-store purchases only while supplies last.
How to visit: Monday to Saturday, 6 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday, 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
Details: 993 Smith St., Providence, 401-831-9563; 685 Admiral St., Providence, 401-228-0081, lasallebakery.net
Cakes By Isabel Noel
Besides her uniquely decorated cake pops and cupcakes, hot chocolate bombs from Cakes By Isabel Noel will surely have you and your family ready for a Christmas Eve toast. With bright frosting and sprinkles, the bomb will make a great dessert drink. Message Noel to order or for more information.
How to visit: Direct message Noel via Instagram.
Details: East Greenwich, instagram.com
With six decadent flavors of hot chocolate bombs like double chocolate, mocha, chocolate peppermint, Christmas unicorn, red velvet Bailey’s (contains alcohol), and salted caramel Kahlua (contains alcohol), each mug of hot chocolate is going to taste deliciously different. Get a bomb gift set (or a boozy bomb gift set for those twenty one and older) to the hot cocoa lovers in the family or friend group. Through December 24, there will be a limit of five hot chocolate bombs per customer; first come first served. Visiting the store early or calling prior to visiting is recommended. Check out their website for more information.
How to visit: Tuesday to Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Details: 182 Front St., Lincoln, 401-475-2587, gingersnapsbakeryri.com
A homemade and vegan hot cocoa bomb from Blush Bakeshop is what you need to cure that midday stress. Dark chocolate and white peppermint flavors are available for pick up and delivery (minimum $5). Maybe get a chocolate almond croissant while you’re at it to create the perfect duo.
How to visit: Wednesday to Friday, 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Details: 408 Atwells Ave., Providence, 401-642-9470, blushbakeshop.com
Sweet Dee’s Cafe and Cupcakery
Classic hot chocolate bomb flavors like milk and white chocolate (can’t forget the marshmallows!) are available at Sweet Dee’s Cafe and Cupcakery. It’s first come, first served so make sure to come in early. Take a look at their everyday sweets such as brownies, cupcakes, cookies and more, as well.
How to visit: Tuesday to Friday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. -1 p.m. Details: 10 Music Ln., Warwick, 401-773-4075, sweetdeescafe.weebly.com