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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 17: A venti sized white chocolate mocha with whipped cream pictured in avon February 17, 2016 in London, England. Today Action on Sugar announced the results of tests on 131 hot drinks which showed that some contained over 20 teaspoons of sugar. The NHS recommends a maximum daily intake of seven teaspoons or 30 grams of sugar. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

Hot Chocolate bombs took the internet by storm last holiday season. My roommate and I drove a good 20 minutes just to purchase them from a local shop.

If you’re not familiar with hot chocolate bombs, it is basically a circular chocolate mold, and once you add warm milk or water to them, they pop open to reveal hot chocolate mix on the inside. Eventually, the whole thing will dissolve to a nice hot chocolate drink, it just makes the experience more fun.

This year, they’re a little bit easier to find in stores but if you’re wanting to do a fun activity with the family, you can also make them at home too. Believe it or not, they’re easier to make than you would think.

Check out this video to learn how to make your very own hot chocolate bombs at home!