Ah, whipped hot chocolate! It’s the warm, comforting hug we all need on a cold winter’s day. This recipe takes your classic hot chocolate to the next level.
Making whipped hot chocolate is simple and easy, but oh so satisfying. All you need is a mixing bowl, a whisk or mixer, hot chocolate powder mix, heavy whipping cream, whole milk, and some chocolate sprinkles to top it all off. In just a few minutes, you’ll have a mug of pure, whipped chocolate bliss.
Here’s the step-by-step (almost embarrassingly simple) process:
1. First, whip together the hot chocolate powder mix and heavy cream until it has the consistency of whipped cream.
2. Next, heat your milk in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes until it’s hot (but not boiling!)
3. Then, take your mug of milk and top it with the whipped hot chocolate mixture, followed by a sprinkle of chocolate sprinkles for that extra oomph of deliciousness.
4. Sip, smile, and repeat as needed. It really is that dead-simple.
So, next time you’re feeling chilly and need a pick-me-up, give this whipped hot chocolate recipe a try. It’s a quirky, fun and instant twist on a classic.Print
Whipped Hot Chocolate
Your hot chocolate just got a serious upgrade, and added another level of decadence to the old classic.
- Prep Time: 4 minutes
- Cook Time: 2 minutes
- Total Time: 6 minutes
- Yield: 1 drink 1x
- Category: Dessert, Drinks
- Cuisine: American
- 2 tbsp hot chocolate powder mix
- 6 tbsp heavy whipping cream
- 6 oz whole milk
- chocolate sprinkles ((to taste))
- In a mixing bowl whip together the heavy cream and hot chocolate mix using a whisk or mixer until it has the consistency of whipped cream.
- Heat your milk in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes until it is hot, but not boiling.
- Top the milk with the whipped hot chocolate, top with chocolate sprinkles.
- Sip and smile!
Keywords: chocolate, cocoa, hot chocolate
Kalle Bergman is a food writer and media entrepreneur who is the founder of Honest Cooking and PAIR Magazine. As a food writer, his writing has been regularly featured in publications like Gourmet, Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post and Serious Eats. He is obsessed with simple food, more often than not from his native Scandinavia.
Does any chocolate get added to the milk or are you essentially topping hot white milk with chocolate whipped cream? In the pic it looks like the milk is also chocolate.