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Austin

Despite being in Texas, Austin has a number of great places for hot cocoa such as Caffe Medici, Mozart’s Coffee Roasters, Monkey Nest Coffee, and Holy Cacao. Known for its wood-fired coffee (the beans are roasted in a wood-fired oven), this coffee shop also churns out a shockingly delicious cup of cocoa.

– Leilani Lim-Villegas, City Editor

Boston

The Thinking Cup, a downtown coffee shop, is known for its fantastic brews but tucked into the “Teas and More” section of the menu lurks the French Hot Chocolate. Using 64 percent Tainori Valhrona Drinking Chocolate, this elevated hot cocoa is prepared by the shop’s expert baristas.

– Rachel Cossar, City Editor

Philadelphia

The Chocolate Cafe at Shane Confectionery. It might be more accurate to call it a hot cocoa geek shop.

It's in the back of an old-fashioned candy shop (Chippendale-style counters and all) in a historic building that's been used for candy-making since the mid-nineteenth century. The entire shop was re-opened in 2011 after a year of renovations, and everything's done the old-fashioned way still/again, including grinding the chocolate by hand. Hot chocolate options include single-origin, spicy, and a vegan choice with coconut milk. The only downside is that you have to walk through the candy shop (licorices from around the world, house-made chocolates, old-fashioned candies) to get in and out of the café, so you're going to leave with much more than just a delicious, hot drink.

– Susan H. Gordon, City Drinks Editor

New York City

Best hot cocoa shop: I like to make my own, but in case you can’t, use a classic in the lineup: I always love the Jacques Torres version in Dumbo; it's pretty much a cup of hot liquid chocolate.

– Susan H. Gordon, City Drinks Editor

I had one of my favorite cups of cocoa at L.A. Burdick in SoHo. The New England chocolatier has only opened four stores nationwide and drives the chocolates in weekly from the New Hampshire workshop. The shavings from its gourmet truffles are blended with milk (through a lot of whisking) for the luscious beverage. Offered in three flavors (white chocolate topped with nutmeg, milk chocolate with spices, and dark), I have to declare the dark the winner. It balanced the sweet and bitter into a perfect drink, but I encourage you to taste all three to find your favorite.

– Alyssa Haak, City Guide Editor

At Trademark Grind (38 West 36th St.) baristas have whipped up an over-the-top hot chocolate with cacao rouge, your choice of skim, almond or soy milk, and torched meringue. The concoction is topped with the signature “doffle,” a doughnut waffle mashup. So the pastry is in the hot chocolate. What else could you possibly want, people? Trademark Grind's Doffle Hot Chocolate is available for $8.

– Helaina Hovitz, City Editor

Seattle

A business that began with molten chocolate cakes is destined for hot cocoa greatness. Both Ballard and Capitol Hill locations of Hot Cakes dish out a variety of flavors. Try the NW Drinking Chocolate — Alder Wood smoked chocolate and organic cream steeped in orange peel and fir — and the S’mores Hot Cocoa — smoked chocolate topped with toasted marshmallow and graham cracker crumbs. Any beverage can be made boozy — a nip of scotch or Solerno, a blood orange liquor, are staff picks.

– Alexis Steinman, City Editor

Toronto

My favorite in Toronto is from Boxcar Social, a local coffee shop. They serve a fab Bourbon Hot Chocolate with a toasted marshmallow on top. https://www.instagram.com/p/BMy25RxBLUl/?taken-by=petite.cow

– Karen Ng, City Editor

Washington, D.C.

Bayou Bakery

As a chef, pastry chef, restaurateur, and TV celebrity, David Guas is a wizard at the sweet stuff, and a visit to Bayou Bakery is like being in a homey Southern kitchen filled with the scent of baked cookies, caramel, and roasted nuts. On any winter day, you can find couples, families, and groups of friends slowly sipping warm cups of hot cocoa and nibbling on famous desserts. His decadent, bittersweet Bayou Hot Cocoa is made with Valrhona chocolate (64 percent cacao), milk from Trickling Springs Creamery, Madagascar vanilla, and sea salt, and garnished with a dollop of freshly whipped cream.

– Summer Whitford, City Editor


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes

With the cold weather just around the corner, it is now socially acceptable to have hot chocolate just about every night. Who doesn’t love that creamy, rich, chocolate haven that pours from your mug like Willy Wonka’s waterfall? Don’t lie. You’ve been looking forward to this all year. Try spicing your mugs up this season with some adult-twists on the timeless classic.

10 Adult Hot Chocolate Recipes:

1. Fireball Hot Chocolate from FeralKitchen.com

Ingredients:

Chocolate sprinkles or cinnamon stick (garnish)

Heat the milk in a microwave for 1-2 minutes (or until hot), and being preparing the hot chocolate in a separate mug. Mix the cocoa powder, sugar and salt together then pour in the hot milk. Add the Fireball to the mug and stir. Top with whip cream and add your garnish to make it beautiful – now brave the cold!

2. Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate from HomecookingMemories.com

Ingredients:

1/3 cup Kahlua Pumpkin Spice Liqueur

½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder

Toppings to try: marshmallows, pumpkin pie spice, shaved chocolate, whipped cream

In a medium saucepan, begin heating (but not boiling) 1 cup milk, the sugar, cocoa powder and salt. As the mixture warms, keep stirring in the remaining milk. Stir until sugar has dissolved. Next, whisk in the pumpkin puree and spice, then take the pan off the stove just before the mixture begins to boil. Quickly add the Kahlua, add your toppings and enjoy!

3. Red Wine Hot Chocolate from ImmaEatThat.com

Ingredients:

1 cup red wine (of your choice)

1/3 cup dark chocolate chunks

Topping to try: coconut whipped cream

Combine milk and chocolate chips in a saucepan over medium heat, whisking constantly until the chocolate chips melt into the milk. Pour the red wine and heat the mixture until hot. Pour into mugs, top with whipped cream and smile! This recipes makes about 2 mugs of delight.

4. Tequila and Cayenne Pepper Infused Mexican Hot Chocolate from Creative-Culinary.com

Ingredients:

1 ½ bars Ibarra chocolate (chunked)

6 tbsp Scharffenberger cocoa powder

4 oz Tequila (of your choice)

Ground cinnamon for garnish

Over medium heat, warm the milk then add the Ibarra chocolate, cocoa powder and sugar. Once chocolate dissolves, whisk and season with cayenne pepper (start with small increments and season to taste). Pour the milk into 2 large mugs and add 2 ounces of tequila to each. Top with whipped cream and ground cinnamon if you would like! Delicioso!

5. Slow Cooker Spiced White Hot Chocolate

Ingredients:

8 oz white chocolate, chunked

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

7 oz jar marshmallow crème

4 oz Godiva Chocolate Liqueur

Place all ingredients – EXCEPT the Godiva liqueur in the crock pot and cook on low for 2 ½ – 3 ½ hours, stirring occasionally. Remove the cinnamon sticks, add Godiva to taste and prepare to taste heaven!

6. Andes Mint HotChata from TheCookieRookie.com

Ingredients:

1 bag Andes Crème de Menthe baking chips

This one is easy…place everything in a crock pot on high until ingredients melt together (don’t forget to stir!). Once everything is nice and melted, heat the mixture on low and stir every 20 minutes…now drink up! For a large crowd, double the recipe and share the cheer.

7. Bailey’s Irish Cream Hot Chocolate from PolkaDotBride.com

Ingredients:

150g chopped chocolate (of your choice)

45ml Original Baileys Irish Cream

Heat 3 cups of milk on the stove and slowly stir in the chocolate until melted. Add the Baileys and garnish with whipped cream for a sweet finish! A true classic to warm you up this Fall.

8. Amaretto Hot Chocolate from DelightfuleMade.com

Ingredients:

2/3 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips

Toppings to try: whipped cream, slivered almonds, chocolate shavings

Heat the milk, chocolate chips, sugar and salt over medium-low heat and whisk often. Once warmed through (not boiling), add the vanilla and stir. Pour mixture into 3 mugs, add 1 oz Amaretto each then top with toppings and cheers your friends!

9. Nutella Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Combine in a mug and enjoy the sweet bliss of Nutella…without the Nutella!

10. El Dorado Hot Chocolate from Buzzfeed.com

Ingredients:

½ oz Rum (try spiced for a completely different taste)

Take a trip to the golden streets of El Dorado with this deliciously, fall-inspired mug of hot cocoa!


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