I don’t know about you, but I love a good cup of hot chocolate! If you are not a coffee drinker, like myself, then hot chocolate is probably your go to drink when you want something warm to drink during the winter season. I am going to share with you different ways and recipes how to step up your hot chocolate game! Usually around this time of year, the days start to get colder, fire places start to light up with a crackling fire, and there is nothing better than sitting next to fire sipping your hot chocolate. Your hot chocolate game could be the traditional hot chocolate with whop cream, my personal favorite, but lets venture out into different types of hot chocolate that can boost your game and impress you family and friends during this holiday season!
But first, we need to start with the basics. You need to know how to make a traditional hot chocolate before we start spicing things up with different flavors and toppings. I have found a recipe for a traditional hot chocolate made in a slow cooker! Yes, you read that right, a slow cooker! If you didn’t already love your slow cooker already, this hot chocolate recipe should seal the deal and its great for a crowd! Recipe is here
Now that we have the basics down, lets spice up your hot chocolate game with the fun recipes listed below.
Cheesecake hot chocolate is perfect for those cheesecake lovers.
Thin mints hot chocolate is for the girl scout cookie lover at heart, one of my favorites.
Hazelnut hot chocolate is great for a winter drink with your family and friends.
The peppermint white hot chocolate screams Christmas!
If you love peanut butter, then this version of hot chocolate is for you, peanut butter hot chocolate.
A fruit lover would definitely want to try this raspberry hot chocolate.
I would of never thought of this combo, but it sounds delicious, nutella hot chocolate
There are so many different types of recipes to help boost your hot chocolate game. I am definitely going to try some of these during this holiday season. Let me know if you try any and leave a comment down below of what you thought. I cant wait to read! I hope these are helpful this holiday season!