Cozy Hot Cocoa Recipes
Friday, December 9th, 2016
Nothing goes better with a warm fire and your favorite holiday movie than a sweet, warm, magical cup of hot cocoa. The chocolatey flavor on your taste buds, the warm feeling that trickles down to your toes after a single sip. And, of course, the yummy marshmallows that float at the top like they’re relaxing in a delicious jacuzzi. Need we say more?
Get cozy with some of these heavenly hot cocoa recipes!
Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate. You had us at ‘Salted Caramel.’ Throw some whole milk and chocolate chips into a slow cooker for 2 hours. Add caramel coffee creamer and a pinch of salt, and the rest is history! Recipe
Slow Cooker Peppermint Mocha Snugglers. This yummy drink will have you throwing on your holiday pajamas and getting all kinds of snuggly in a giant fort. You’ll need unsweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, peppermint mocha coffee creamer, milk, and vanilla extract. Toppers: marshmallows for the kids, peppermint schnapps for the adults! Recipe
Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate. What could be more satisfying than peanut butter in hot chocolate? Simply combine 2 cups of skim milk, ¾ cups of chocolate chips, and 3 tablespoons of peanut butter (or PB2 powder for a healthier substitute) in a saucepan. Stir until chocolate is melted, then serve and enjoy! Recipe
Hot Chocolate Float. Wait till you try this! Stir together milk, cocoa powder, sugar, vanilla extract, and chocolate chips to make your hot chocolate concoction. Dip your cups in chocolate sauce, top your drink with some ice cream, and you’ll have one amazing float! Recipe
S’mores Frozen Hot Chocolate. If you live in a warmer part of the world, this drink can help cool you down and still give you those holiday feels. Combine milk, hot chocolate mix, marshmallow sauce, and ice in a blender and blend until smooth. Top it off with a graham cracker for scrumptious perfection. Recipe
Red Wine Hot Chocolate. For the adults in the room, here’s a great treat to serve at holiday parties this year! Combine semi-sweet chocolate, a dry red wine, sugar, vanilla extract, and milk for a very festive version of this chocolatey beverage. Recipe
Hot Chocolate Cookie Cups. These little cookie cups will definitely get your family and friends
in the holiday spirit! Pillsbury Sugar Cookie Dough, semisweet and white chocolate chips, and
Puffed Mallow Bits make for one DELICIOUS morsel. Recipe
We hope you have an extra chocolatey holiday season this year. Enjoy!