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5 Hot Chocolate Recipes That Stir Up Warm Feelings

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These hot chocolate recipes are perfect to sip on by a toasty fire during the frigid winter months.

Peppermint Hot Chocolate

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This is a classic hot chocolate recipe is perfect for getting you in the holiday spirit. The peppermint flavor gives a nice contrast to the rich chocolate and balances the drink out nicely. You can put those leftover candy canes to use and enjoy a tasty and simple treat. If you’re feeling a little lazy, you could also substitute the first three ingredients with an instant hot chocolate mix to save on time.

 

Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

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Adding a spoonful of peanut butter to a mug of hot chocolate is a simple way to add a rich new flavor. The taste is similar to a melted Reese’s with the added bonus of whip cream, but will leave you craving a big glass of milk. I would highly recommend this recipe, but go easy on the peanut butter because a little goes a long way.

 

Mexican Spiced Hot Chocolate

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This drink wasn’t my favorite, but it still had an interesting flavor. The spices add depth to the hot chocolate and compliment the rich flavors surprisingly well. If you’re nervous about the spices, you can adjust the amounts that you add and make it to your liking. I would recommend this recipe if you’re looking to spice things up in the winter.

 

Cheesecake Hot Chocolate

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Don’t be put off by the ingredient list on this recipe. While it does take some time to make, this hot chocolate tastes just like cheesecake. If you’re not a fan of white chocolate, just substitute it for milk chocolate, and it will tastes just as good. The only thing I did not prefer was how soggy the graham cracker got, so I would recommend only a light sprinkling of graham cracker crumbs.

 

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate

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If you’re craving the seasonal taste of gingerbread, then this recipe is the way to go. The sea salt is very important in this drink because it balances out the sweetness and enhances the overall flavor. This drink would be best enjoyed while snuggled up to a fire and munching on some gingerbread cookies.

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