This Melting Percy Bomb Makes The Cutest Bright Pink Hot Chocolate

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Photo credit: @newfoodsuk
Photo credit: @newfoodsuk

So, it looks like summer 2021 is well and truly over then…

But we don’t mind because we actually love autumn. The colder weather means snuggly jumpers, comforting stews and, of course, hot chocolate.

The latest hot chocolate we’ve got our eye on is this super-cute one from Marks And Spencer. The Melting Choc Percy is a Percy Pig hot chocolate bomb and it’s adorable.

It’s a big pink chocolate Percy head filled with mini marshmallows, and what you do with it is pop it in your favourite mug and pour hot milk over it. As it melts, it turns into the most beautiful pink hot chocolate with melted marshmallows. Yum!

According to @newfoodsuk, who shared photos and videos of the melting chocolate head on Instagram, said the end result tastes just like Percy Pig sweets, so we’re thinking it’s strawberry-flavoured white chocolate. Have you ever heard of anything more delicious in your whole life?!

You can pick up these Melting Choc Percies from M&S stores now.

Speaking of hot chocolate, we’ve just discovered a super-cool hack for making Nutella hot chocolate.

So, you know how at the end of a jar of Nutella, there’s always some of that delicious chocolatey hazelnutty spread that you just can’t get out no matter how hard you try (and we try HARD. Trust), well this hack means none of that goodness goes to waste, AND you get a delicious drink out of it.

All you have to do is warm some milk either on the hob or in the microwave, then add a splash of the warm milk (not boiling) to the jar. Pop the lid on and give the jar a little shake. Keep shaking until you can see that all the Nutella has incorporated with the warm milk. Then open the lid and add the rest of the warm milk to the jar, stir, et voila: you’ve got yourself a Nutella hot chocolate!

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