There are so many ways to make hot chocolate. We've gathered some of our favorite simple flavor combos. Pick out your favorite and give it a try tonight (and then try another one tomorrow!).
So you've been through these but still need some warm beverage recipes to get you through the winter? Look no further. Here are some more of our coziest cold-weather recipes to fill your mug.
It’s pumpkin season! What could be more cozy and timely than a warm cup of pumpkin hot chocolate? Drink up from October to the new year.
Time to bring a little dessert vibe to your hot chocolate. This red velvet hot chocolate does just that. With its pretty color, it’d be the perfect hot drink for the holidays.
This winter cup of warmth is for adults only. Hot dark chocolate with cinnamon and cognac is spiked and seasoned — perfect on a cold night in.
If you’re not down with dairy, you can still enjoy a mug of hot chocolate. This dairy-free peppermint hot chocolate is made with your favorite non-dairy milk, peppermint tea and, of course, cocoa powder.
If you like bourbon, you'll love this bourbon coconut hot chocolate drink. The richness of coconut milk might be enough to make this hot drink a delight, but then add bourbon, heavy cream, chocolate and toasted coconut — yes, please!
Take your hot chocolate drinks into the deep freeze. You’ll love these options for frozen hot chocolate, two ways (milk chocolate and white chocolate), that are on the chilly but delicious side.
If you’re looking to share the hot cocoa love with someone, try these super-cute hot cocoa mix ornaments. It’s a craft you can drink.
Trying to warm up a crowd? Slow cooker, big-batch hot chocolate is the way to go. This is perfect for a fuss-free treat for the gang.
Lavender white hot chocolate from This Little Street
Vegan hot chocolate from Snack Girl
Aztec hot chocolate from A Beautiful Mess
Milk chocolate and peanut butter hot cocoa from Martha Stewart
Pumpkin spice hot chocolate from 100 Days of Real Food
Nutella hot chocolate from The Hungry Housewife
This post was sponsored by Marie Callender's Desserts.
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