It’s cold and snowy, you just got done playing outside – making a snow fort, building a snowman, making snow angels and dominating your neighbors in a snowball fight. What is the one thing you’re dreaming of as you stomp all the snow off your boots? Hot chocolate.
As adults, some people think hot chocolate is a kid’s drink. But here are some decadent, adult versions of everyone’s favorite winter drink.
Sandra Lee’s peppermint hot chocolate recipe includes chocolate liqueur and peppermint schnapps to give this hot chocolate just what it needs to warm you up on a cozy winter night.
This quick recipe sounds super fancy and super delicious. With milk chocolate, heavy cream raspberry liqueur and crystallized ginger, it sounds like the perfect party hot chocolate to wow your guests.
This recipe is alcohol-free, but don’t quit just yet. Almond milk, Lindt white chocolate and Ghiradelli chocolate make this recipe to die for. Thanks, Giada de Laurentiis!
While this one sounds pretty far out, the exotic ingredients make it sound like it could also be pretty amazing. The recipe calls for a vanilla bean, instant espresso, bittersweet chocolate and of course – chili powder. The sweet, hot and spicy mixtures will be sure to warm you up on a cold winter’s day!
This is a classic hot chocolate recipe with a twist! Add a little Godiva chocolate liqueur and some whipped cream vodka for a hot chocolate cocktail for the ages.
What is your favorite hot chocolate recipe?