18 Hot Chocolate Recipes to make the Taste Buds Happy
There is nothing better than hot chocolate to make Winter better. Sweet and warm and rich and soothing. As you know Canada has seriously cold winters and the promise of hot chocolate when you come in from any outdoor activity is a welcome thought. Today I am sharing a collection of various hot chocolate recipes. I had no idea there were so many variations, Mexican, Parisian, Mint, Spicy, Dutch and more.
As the Christmas season is fast approaching lets start off with these delicious gingerbread hot chocolate recipe. With whipped cream and the little gingerman cookie tucked in the top, who wouldn’t love this.
Gingerbread Hot Chocolate
French Hot Chocolate
This recipe for French hot chocolate is extra thick and rich. A little treat of chocolate heaven, with lots of variation suggestion in the post. Certainly worth trying a few of them.
Strawberry Hot Chocolate
This mug of pink is all natural and made with real strawberries and white chocolate. This Strawberry hot chocolate recipe is a nice variation. Just as rich, sweet and creamy its bound to be enjoyed.
Everyone needs a simple recipe for hot chocolate. This looks like the perfect reward after packing in groceries, walking to get the mail, I know it would entice me to get outdoors and run an errand. So quick and simple to make.
Tiramisu Hot Chocolate
An adult flavoured hot chocolate recipe with brandy and espresso, add some ladyfingers and this looks like dessert for company. With this presentation, guests will think they are at a 5-star restaurant.
Spicy Hot Chocolate with Homemade Marshmallows
This hot chocolate recipe features homemade marshmallows. My Mom made homemade marshmallows every Christmas and trust me they are sooooo worth the time. Everyone will rave about how different and delicious they are. Serve them in some pretty mugs and you will have a whole room of happy people.
Have I made you hungry yet? Kudos to you if you haven’t left to make one of these hot chocolate recipes. I have a few more to share, so enjoy and let’s continue.
Spiked Butterscotch Hot Chocolate
I don’t know which tempts me more, the word spiked, or butterscotch. I can only imagine how delicious this is, at least until I make some. I need to go grab some butterscotch schnapps and try this.
Raspberry White Hot Chocolate
This recipe is made using raspberry extract, which makes it affordable. Easy to whip up and so pretty with sprinkles, whipped cream, and a matching straw.
Minty Coconut Hot Chocolate
No one would guess this lightened variety of hot chocolate is dairy free. Its also made with cacao, its a really great alternative, especially for people with allergies and food sensitivities.
Blue Mermaid Hot Chocolate
With these bright colours and the special mermaid spoons, this recipe looks like a party in a mug.
Italian Hot Chocolate
Howard Schulz says he created Starbucks menu based on Italian coffee houses, so I shouldn’t be surprised to learn that there is Italian hot chocolate. This recipe looks so classic and mature, it has to be amazing.
Mexican Hot Chocolate
I never knew about Italian hot chocolate, so its no surprise I was excited to see a Mexican hot chocolate recipe. Hot chocolate livened up with spices like cinnamon and nutmeg. Have you ever tried it? I bet its delish.
Peppermint White Hot Chocolate
Parisian Hot Chocolate
Thick enough to need a spoon. Do I need to say more? It has to be luscious and silky.
Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate
Everyone needs a hot chocolate recipe for the slow cooker. So handy for serving a crowd on a cold day. This would be a different contribution to an office Christmas potluck.
Peppermint White Hot Chocolate
This is so Christmassy, perfect alternative beverage at a hot chocolate bar. It’s different and special with recognizable flavours, my family will be all over this hot chocolate.
Hot Chocolate Mix Recipe
A great upgrade to the regular hot chocolate in a box. Always nice to have on hand, especially for those of us who are often a party of one.
Spicy and Boozy Hot Chocolate
This hot chocolate recipe really intrigues me, with chile liqueur and cayenne. This recipe is very precise and interesting to read.