Baby It’s Cold Outside… So Stay in and Drink Up!—Some Amazing Hot Chocolate Recipes To Try This Winter

Feb 16 '15

Comments: 0

Baby It’s Cold Outside… So Stay in and Drink Up!—Some Amazing Hot Chocolate Recipes To Try This Winter

Hot Chocolate has been a favorite for hundreds of years. It all started with the Aztecs, who used to drink “Xocolatl,” an unsweetened version of hot chocolate that included green chili peppers and unsweetened cocoa. While the bitter taste of Xocolatl may not be up your alley, there are plenty of other options for those of us who love the sweetened version of this liquid chocolate delicacy.

Hot chocolate has come a long way over the years. Now there are literally thousands of different recipes, with tons of innovative ingredients. With so many options available, you no longer have to settle for the traditional hot chocolate recipe.

Take a look at these fantastic recipes that will add some oomph to your hot chocolate:

1)    Cooking For Seven features a lovely Peppermint Hot Chocolate recipe that is great for cold winter nights: http://www.cookingforseven.com/2012/12/peppermint-hot-chocolate/

2)    From Slim Palate, here is a “Thick and Creamy Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate” recipe. It’s perfect for those of you who need a dairy-free hot chocolate fix.

http://slimpalate.com/thick-and-creamy-coconut-milk-hot-chocolate-paleo-gluten-free-grain-free-dairy-free-option/

3)    Take an imaginary overseas trip to France, and try this delicious recipe from Plateful for Parisian Hot Chocolate: http://nashplateful.blogspot.com/2012/12/ultimate-parisan-hot-chocolate-velvety.html

4)    FabFood has an awesome Low Carb Hot Chocolate Recipe with Classic, Peppermint, and Mexican flavors: http://www.fabulousfoods.com/articles/955839/low-carb-hot-chocolate-recipes

5)    Marriage and Laughter spreads the word about this tasty Gingerbread Hot Chocolate: http://www.marriageandlaughter.com/gingerbread-hot-chocolate/

6)    Rachel Cooks has the perfect recipe for fans of cooking with beer. Try Stout Hot Chocolate: http://www.rachelcooks.com/2012/12/28/stout-hot-chocolate-guest-post/

 

Article Written by

Scott Reade Mauritzen

Amor Chocolate Fountains

 

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook and Twitter!

Related Posts

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be shared or published. Required fields are marked *

We Serve Southern California - Los Angeles County - Orange County - Riverside County - Ventura County - Santa Barbara County - San Bernadino County - San Diego County
Top
Menu Title