Ridiculously Easy Chocolate Piñata Fun

Welcome to my Piñata Party!

This one is like a piece of cake to make and mouthwatering to eat! This delicious design is simple enough to make it in few easy steps. No need to use the oven.

Just melt the chocolate, use cupcake liners and finally attach them together to look like Pinata.

But there are some tips which I learned while trying to make this.

  1. Use at least 3 cupcake liners to make it stronger if you are using only paper cupcake liners. If you have one of those silicon cupcake liners – perfect. Use them!
  2. If you are using paper liners, placing them on a baking tray will keep them stable and easy to transport between freezer and kitchen counter.
  3. Place the cupcake liners in the cupcake holder tray to give them additional support.
  4. Use at least 2 coatings of chocolate. One is too delicate and definitely cracks.
  5. First coating is to get the shape and second would be for strong hold.
  6. Peel them carefully after they are frozen. The separation of paper at first contact is little tricky but after that its very satisfying to peel them off from the chocolate.

You can pick any mold to make these pinatas. I picked cupcake liners as they kind of looked like Pinatas when placed on top of each other.

Filling:

You can fill these with anything like M&Ms, sprinkles, chocolate chips and many more! But not heavy candy. Its chocolate at the end of the day.

Use them as:

Use them on top of cakes, cupcakes and just a fun mold to break for the little kids as a special treat.

We made some bunnies and hearts in the same as you can see in some of the pictures.

Chocolate Piñata Fun

  • Servings: 6
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Make easy Chocolate Piñata at home!


Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup chocolate chips (any flavor, any color)
  • Sprinkles of your choice
  • M&Ms (Optional)
  • -Cupcake Liners

Directions

  1. Simply melt the chocolate in microwave. Spoon it into the cupcake liner. (Make sure you double or even triple line them). Swirl it around to coat evenly.
  2. 2.Freeze for 5 mins to set.
  3. Take them out, use second coating and return to freezer for 10 mins.
  4. 4.Take them out, give it a min. Carefully peel off the wrapper. There! You have your own piñata!!!

    Notes
  1. Use at least 3 cupcake liners to make it stronger if you are using only paper cupcake liners. If you have one of those silicon cupcake liners – perfect. Use them!
  2. 2.If you are using paper liners, placing them on a baking tray will keep them stable and easy to transport between freezer and kitchen counter. 3.Place the cupcake liners in the cupcake holder tray to give them additional support. 4.Use at least 2 coatings of chocolate. One is too delicate and definitely cracks. 5.First coating is to get the shape and second would be for strong hold. 6.Peel them carefully after they are frozen. The separation of paper at first contact is little tricky but after that its very satisfying to peel them off from the chocolate.

 

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Author: Smithasbakelove

Hi, This is Smitha. Thanks for stopping by to share my passion for baking easy and yummy food. Happy to have you here.

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