Decadent Hot Chocolate Recipes for the Coldest Days

Add great flavors like matcha, strawberry or white chocolate to your normal mug of hot cocoa for fun new flavors all winter long.

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That tall vanilla looking hot chocolate is white chocolate, with fresh vanilla seeds and milk.

How to make it:

Tall White Hot Chocolate
 
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Ingredients
  • 50g white chocolate
  • 100ml milk
  • vanilla seeds
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
Instructions
  1. Add all this into a pot at a medium low heat, and keep stirring until all the chocolate has melted. Then add a scoop of ice cream on top.

hotchoc1

Here’s the ultimate classic hot chocolate.

How to make it: Just add 50g dark chocolate, 150ml full fat milk, 1 tsp sugar into a pot at a medium low heat and stir until done. Then spray some whipped cream on top. Sprinkle some chocolate shavings on top.

strawbsThe Strawb-wannabe

This one’s with almond milk, because it’s delicious.

How to make it:

Add 2 tbsp strawberry nesquick to 150ml milk and heat up. Stir and then pour into a cup. Spray some whipped cream on top. Sprinkle some hazelnuts on top.

matchaThe Wee Hulk

How to make it:

Add 100ml of milk and matcha green tea into a pot and stir until mixed in. Use a foamer or a whisk while hot and then pour into a cup and add some mini marshmallows. Sprinkle on some mini marshmallows.

Trisha Jones

Trisha Jones

I am originally from England but I am now living and baking like a maniac in Berlin. Noone would deny that I have a relentless sweettooth, but you will see the odd savory dish on my blog - Sugar Thumb - normally when I am going through a "I should cut down on sugar" phase!

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