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8 Delicious Hot Chocolate Recipes

  • Maxime Iattoni

    Hot White Chocolate with Cardamom

    Creamy white chocolate combined with fragrant spices like cardamom and nutmeg warm up a quiet winter evening at home.

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    Nutella Hot Chocolate with Hazelnut Liqueur

    Mixing chocolate-hazelnut Nutella spread into hot chocolate is a fun treat for kids – and for adults, a touch of Frangelico gives an extra dose of hazelnut flavor.

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    Irish Hot Chocolate

    Mom and dad will love this warm milk chocolate: It takes a cue from Irish coffee with a sprinkle of salt, a splash of whiskey, and a frothy whipped cream topping.

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    Honeyed Hot Cocoa

    Even hot chocolate can benefit from a touch of summer – ordinary cocoa picks up warm floral tones when sweetened with honey instead of sugar in this homey cup.

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    Fluffernutter Hot Cocoa

    Marshmallow fluff, peanut butter, and milk chocolate create an indulgent hot chocolate that your kids will love – it tastes like a melted Reese's peanut butter cup.

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  • Maxime Iattoni

    Bittersweet Hot Chocolate with Red Wine

    We love nibbling dark chocolate while drinking red wine, but were surprised to find how well the flavors combines in this unexpected chocolate cocktail; After the kids are sound asleep, a glass of hot chocolate flavored with red wine is a well-deserved indulgence.

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  • Maxime Iattoni

    Mexican Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Caliente)

    Mexican chocolate, often made at home with a coarse blend of sugar and ground cocoa, is perfect for making hot chocolate – in Mexico they prepare it with milk and water and serve with churros (Mexican fried dough sticks). Stateside, the rich, foamy drink breaks pairs perfectly with pastries for a morning sweet fix.

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  • Guy Kloppenburg

    Hot Chocolate Agasajo-Style

    Hot chocolate as it was originally served in 17th century Spain is a sumptuous affair. Rosewater, saffron, cinnamon, chiles, and vanilla simmered together make a glass of hot chocolate that is worthy of a truly special occasion.

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  • Michael Kraus

    Homemade Marshmallows

    The best topper to a mug of homemade hot chocolate is a fluffy homemade marshmallows, of course. Our collection of homemade marshmallow recipes ranges from fun flavors like chocolate or orange to homemade marshmallow fluff (which doubles as a decadent ice cream topping).

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