It’s time to grab your favorite winter warmers and cozy up for a cocktail hour spent fireside. Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you.
By Lauren Hutchens
Elevate classic hot chocolate with the addition of marshmallow-flavored vodka. Feeling extra festive? Whip up a batch of boozy homemade marshmallows for topping.
How Sweet Eats
The most appropriate add-in for a boozy take on spicy Mexican hot chocolate? Tequila, of course.
White hot chocolate with plenty of pumpkin pie spice and a kick of Kahlua or bourbon—whichever strikes your fancy.
The additions of Kahlua, Frangelico and Nutella make for an ultra-decadent mug of hot chocolate.
Will Cook For Smiles
Chocolate and raspberries make quite the match. Raspberry liqueur packs a punch of flavor in this creamy favorite.
Host the Toast
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