Hot chocolate bombs are one of the newest trends taking over for those who love the warm, chocolaty drink. Hot chocolate bombs can come in many shapes and sizes and can also be filled with a ton of delicious surprises like marshmallows and even pieces of caramel. Some people love purchasing hot chocolate bombs that look like circles, or maybe snowflakes, and maybe even ones that look like classic Disney characters.
Recently, Frozen star Josh Gad shared that he had purchased a photo chocolate bomb that was in the shape of Olaf the snowman — which Gad voiced in the 2013 film. Gad put the chocolate Olaf in warm milk, as instructed, but started to have mixed feelings as he watched the adorable snowman start to melt — although Olaf believes that some people are worth melting for.
Not gonna lie: having mixed feelings about this chocolate bomb.
Not gonna lie: having mixed feelings about this chocolate bomb. pic.twitter.com/4w7nrZVpnw
— Josh Gad (@joshgad) December 22, 2021
This specific Olaf chocolate bomb can be found and purchased at The Ganachery in Disney Springs. The Ganachery has been open at Disney Springs since 2015 and is the ultimate stop for Disney Guests who love all things chocolate. Here is more information on the chocolate heaven located in The Landing area:
Mingle with expert chocolatiers as you gaze upon beautifully handcrafted ganache squares that come in 16 exotic flavors.
While this cozy specialty shop is known for its custom-blended dark and milk chocolate ganache, there’s also a fine selection of other treats to indulge in—or pick up as delicious gifts. Choose from:
- Chocolate lollipops
- Crispy chocolate pearls
- Custom-designed chocolate bars
- Seasonal offerings like housemade S’mores
Gad originally voiced Olaf in 2013, but the snowman was such a hit that he has returned for a number of other projects, including Frozen Fever (2015), Sofia the First (2016), Lego Frozen Northern Lights (2016), Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (2017), Frozen II (2019), At Home With Olaf (2020), and Olaf Presents (2021).
Have you ever had a Disney-themed hot chocolate bomb? Who did it look like?