Let’s start with the basics, and literally pick a base:
Hot Chocolate Base Recipes:
- Milk Hot Chocolate– an Epicurious recipe for a more traditional cup of cocoa!
- Dark Hot Chocolate– for something a little more decadent, try this recipe from Martha Stewart!
- White Hot Chocolate– why not try something totally different with this Food Network recipe!
- Sea Salt Caramel Hot Chocolate- This combo seemed to work so well for the craft breweries this fall, we thought we’d grab a recipe for hot chocolate.
If you have to use up those powdered packets, we’ve discovered a line of lovely machines that can take your powdered hot cocoa mix to the next level. Just be sure to use milk and not water. The cool part is that they shut off automatically at the perfect temperature! Check out some of the entries listed on Amazon.
It’s not just hot chocolate, dear reader, it’s fair trade drinking chocolate! From their website:
Our fair trade drinking chocolate is equally divine. Prepared in the Mexican tradition, our drinking chocolate comes in four flavors: Abuela (Dark), Spicy Maya, Mint and Winter blend. For the less adventurous, American hot chocolate is also available.
Riki’s Family Restaurant
We just think hot chocolate tastes better when it’s served up local with other fabulous breakfast fare, like silver dollar pancakes and omelettes and more. Word on the street is that it’s the perfect breakfast spot.
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