How to Make Easy Pink Tea Bombs

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I loved learning how to make easy pink tea bombs. It was such a quick and fast recipe, I feel like I should clutter it up – but I didn’t. Maybe next time we’ll add some flavors, but for now, it’s all pink tea all the time!

Pink Tea Bomb
Easy and fast to make, these 3-ingredient tea bombs are a fun way to spice up your cuppa.

What was so super fun was they are similar to hot cocoa bombs, but they’re also VERY different.

There is nothing to worry about because, with only 3 ingredients, these pink tea bombs are so easy to make.

Not to throw any shade, though, they’re stunning in person. If you’re having friends over for a cuppa or just want to spice up your own morning brew, this is such a fun way to do it, you’re going to love it.

Pink Tea Bomb

Well, these Pink Tea Bombs can be a great gift for someone who loves tea… and who loves pinks.

How to Make Pink Tea Bombs

As I mentioned earlier, these tea bombs are so easy to make with only 3 ingredients. First, you are going to need a spherical mold. I got mine from here. I find it really nice and easy to use.

Ingredients to Make Tea Bombs

  • ½ cup Isomalt (I used this)
  • 2 Individual Tea Bag
  • 1 tsp Pink Gel Food Coloring
the ingredients

Steps to Make Tea Bombs

Place isomalt into a heat-safe measuring cup. Microwave per the directions on the package until completely melted. 

Add about ¼ of the melted isomalt to one spherical mold cavity, followed by 2-3 drops pink GEL food coloring, then, using your spoon to press the isomalt up and around the edges of the mold. 

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Repeat with 3 additional molds.

Put the filled molds into the freezer for 5 minutes to harden.

Remove the filled molds from the freezer and gently peel the mold away from the isomalt half-spheres.

instructions

Place a tea bag into two of the isomalt half-spheres, leaving the tag of the tea bomb hanging out.

Add 1 tea bag into each of the tea bomb halves.

Pink Tea Bomb

Heat a plate in the microwave until it’s hot to the touch, turn an empty isomalt half-sphere over and rub the flat edge of the isomalt shape onto the bottom of the plate until it just starts to melt. You can also do this with a hot pan – just be sure to wear heat-resistant gloves if you decide to do that because you really don’t need fried fingers with your afternoon cuppa.

Immediately place the slightly melted isomalt half on top of an isomalt half-bomb with a tea bag inside. The two sides of the tea bomb will seal together in just a moment or two when the isomalt cools.

Pink Tea Bomb

When you’re ready to drink your tea, simply place the tea bomb into your mug, then pour hot water over it. The tea bomb will melt and the tea bag will steep. Isomalt is not overly sweet, so you may want to add some sweetener if you prefer a sweet cup of tea. 

Pink Tea Bomb

Enjoy the tea but don’t forget to Pin this into your favorite teas Pinterest Board to make it easier for you to check back on the recipe again.

Pink Tea Bomb
Yield: 6 Pink Tea Bombs

Pink Tea Bombs

Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Pink tea bombs are such a fun way to spice up your cuppa. And learning how to make tea bombs was such a simple trick!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place isomalt into a heat-safe measuring cup. Microwave per the directions on the package until completely melted. 
  2. Add about ¼ of the melted isomalt to one spherical mold cavity, followed by 2-3 drops pink GEL food coloring, then, using your spoon to press the isomalt up and around the edges of the mold. Repeat with 3 additional molds.
  3. Put the filled molds into the freezer for 5 minutes to harden.
  4. Remove the filled molds from the freezer and gently peel the mold away from the isomalt half-spheres.
  5. Place a tea bag into two of the isomalt half-spheres, leaving the tag of the tea bomb hanging out.
  6. Add 1 tea bag into each of the tea bomb halves.
  7. Heat a plate in the microwave until it’s hot to the touch, turn an empty isomalt half-sphere over and rub the flat edge of the isomalt shape onto the bottom of the plate until it just starts to melt. 
  8. Immediately place the slightly melted isomalt half on top of an isomalt half-bomb with a tea bag inside. The two sides of the tea bomb will seal together in just a moment or two when the isomalt cools.
  9. When you're ready to drink your tea, simply place the tea bomb into your mug, then pour hot water over it. The tea bomb will melt and the tea bag will steep. Isomalt is not overly sweet, so you may want to add some sweetener if you prefer a sweet cup of tea.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g

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