12 Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try At Home While It Is Raining Outside

Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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If life is a box of chocolates, we’d want to use some of that to make a warm, comforting cup of hot chocolate! With the weather being a little colder than usual, here are 12 hot chocolate recipes you can try making at home.


Types Of Hot Chocolate To Make At Home

Classic Hot Chocolate

Classic Hot Chocolate Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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This recipe by Bon Appetit is a simple and easy recipe with just two steps! The recipe makes four servings and the secret to it tasting so good is in the ratio of ingredients. This classic hot chocolate has only four simple ingredients (excluding the whipped cream on top!)

Check out how to make it here.


Chocolate Bomb

Chocolate Bomb Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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Heard of bath bombs? How about indulging in a delicious chocolate bomb! This trendy food has made its way around social platforms such as TikTok and seems to be the current leading food trend! These chocolate bombs also make great simple gifts to give to friends and family. Simply add hot milk and you have yourself a delicious mug of hot chocolate!


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Check out how to make it here.


White Hot Chocolate

If you’re looking for a super-indulgent drink to warm yourself up, how about a creamy mug of white hot chocolate! This recipe uses a blend of velvety blend of milk, white chocolate and vanilla. They also make a fun frozen whipped cream topping for some extra creaminess!

Check out how to make it in the video above.


Sea Salt Caramel Hot Chocolate

If you enjoy salted caramel, you’ll probably enjoy this variation of a classic hot chocolate! Simply add your milk, chocolate, salt and caramel. You can also choose to make the caramel by yourself at home by melting butter and sugar in the right ratio.

Check out how to make Sea Salt Caramel Hot Chocolate here.


Peppermint Hot Chocolate

Peppermint Hot Chocolate Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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Although typically enjoyed as a Christmas drink, there’s no hard and fast rule about when we can enjoy a delicious cup of Peppermint Hot Chocolate! This recipe recommends using quality ingredients so you can really taste the difference between a homemade cup of hot chocolate and one from the store!

Check out how to make it here


Vegan Hot Chocolate

Vegan Hot Chocolate Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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Looking for a hot chocolate recipe which is creamy, dreamy, and dairy-free! This vegan hot chocolate is still rich, decadent and can be whipped up in five minutes! You can also top the hot chocolate with some vegan marshmallows or use a vegan alternative such as coconut cream.

Check out how to make it here.


Two Ingredient Nutella Hot Chocolate

If you’re in a rush but still want.to enjoy some hot chocolate, fret not! You can still enjoy this easy-to-make Nutella Hot Chocolate. The best part is, if you want, you don’t need an extra cup and you can drink the hot chocolate directly out of the Nutella jar!

Check out how to make it here.

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Spicy Hot Chocolate

Known as Mexican Spiced chocolate or also Aztec hot chocolate, this unique hot chocolate variation lets you add an extra dimension of spice to the drink! With the added heat to the warm cup of hot chocolate, those who drink this drink will further warm up cold hands and cold tummies!

Check out how to make it in the video above.


Matcha Hot Chocolate

This is an authentic matcha chocolate drink recipe made with a tea whisk for the full effect! You can use a milk frother that’s used to froth up the milk for lattes to make this matcha drink as well. It’s a perfect combination of tea and chocolate in one delicious drink!

Check out how to make it in the video above.


Bailey’s Hot Chocolate

Bailey's Hot Chocolate Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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If you’re looking to unwind on a Friday night under a warm blanket with a hot drink, try elevating your hot chocolate with some Bailey’s Irish Cream! This recipe from the company itself is sure to allow you to enjoy this rich creamy cocktail!

Check out how to make it here.


Dark Hot Chocolate

Dark Hot Chocolate Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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If you really want to taste the punch of cocoa in your drink, try making a dark hot chocolate drink! This recipe calls for 2 cups milk of choice and 1/2 cup dark chocolate chunks (the recipe used 72% cacao). Simply add the ingredients together and serve without hassle!

Check out the original recipe here.


Red Velvet Hot Chocolate

Red Velvet Types Of Hot Chocolate To Try
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Have your cake and drink it too! If you’re looking to add a little colour and personality to your hot chocolate, how about some red velvet hot chocolate? This recipe gives the creative suggestion of elevating your red velvet hot chocolate by using some red velvet cake mix and also tops all the drinks off with a fluffy Marshmallow Whipped Cream swirl! Yum!

Check out how to make it here.


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