Chocolate Coca Cola Bottle Piñata

Chocolate Coca Cola bottles made out of chocolate seems to be the rage right now.  So I thought to do a fun spin to have a coca cola bottle shape, made out of chocolate and use it as a piñata. A 2 liter coca cola bottle is perfect for any size candy that you want to use from candy bars, to lollipops to Twizzlers!

I think it would fun to serve at any party..birthdays, graduation parties or even a family gathering such as picnics or barbecues.  Since giant chocolate cola bottles is a new idea or at least it is not something a lot of people have not seen in person, a giant coca cola bottle made out of chocolate will definitely be a topic of discussion at any party! 

Plus everyone loves piñatas. Trying to see what kind of candies or goodies are inside! Piñatas is a fun to have a party too!

Below are the ingredients.  It is pretty easy to do.  You just have to be sure that you make the chocolate thick enough.  Otherwise, the chocolate can break when unmolding it from the plastic.

Ingredients:

  • 2 liter coca cola bottle
  • 10 cups of chocolate candy melts
  • 1 teaspoon of shortening.  (add more if need be) 
  • cooking or baking spray 
  • assortment of candy

Kitchen Utensils

  • a sharp knife
  • double boiler
  • measuring cup

Below see my recipe video.

 

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