Chocolate Coca Cola Bottle Recipe

A few weeks ago, I made Chocolate Coca Cola bottle as a Piñata.  I decided to make a smaller version which is the size of a 20 ounce coca cola bottle.  This size coca cola bottle is perfect for tiny size candies such as mini M&M’s, Skittles or even small jelly beans. 

I think it would fun to serve at any party..birthdays, family gathering or even as a prank especially since this is something not a lot of people have not seen it in person.  This will definitely be a topic of discussion at any party! 

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.


  • 20 ounce coca cola bottle
  • 1 cup of chocolate candy melts
  • 1 teaspoon of shortening (add more if need be) 
  • cooking or baking spray 
  • tiny candies such as mini M&M’s, Skittles or small jelly beans

Kitchen Utensils

  • a sharp knife
  • double boiler
  • measuring cup

Below see my recipe video.

You will want to melt the candy chocolate, pour it into the plastic bottle and let the chocolate to become hard.  You should try to do this at least 3 or 4 more times because you want to be sure that the chocolate is nice and thick. Otherwise the chocolate might break as you are unmolding the chocolate.  See my video as an example of how fragile the chocolate can be.
Once you make it you can either break it part to get the candy or pour it out of the chocolate bottle.  Have fun! 

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