Ok, don’t judge me for writing a blog on frozen hot chocolate when it’s a cold day in Virginia. I mean… I guess you could make this in the summertime if you miss those wintery days.
However, it’s just so delicious and chocolaty I could not resist making it!
If you’re feeling up to it… I suggest adding 1 oz. of Baileys Irish Cream or Kahlua to the drink to “warm” you up?
First, I decided on five toppings to go into this drink.
- Crushed up peppermint candies
- Christmas sprinkles
- Mini marshmallows
- Chocolate stars
- Whipped cream
The crushed peppermint candies were not supposed to be a topping originally, but since I had a serious blog FAIL with mini candy canes (I blame the store for all the broken pieces) I decided to add this for color and more flavor because who doesn’t love peppermints and chocolate?
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Oh and don’t forget to add some festive straws!
The edible stars were super easy to make.
First, you heat up chocolate chips until melted, then you place the melted chocolate in a zip lock bag.
Cut a tiny sliver off of the corner of the bag and draw your star on wax paper.
Place sprinkles on the stars immediately before placing them in the fridge to harden.
Can we just talk about that chocolate drizzle on the glass though?
I think next time I’m going to add some chocolate curls, maybe take out the peppermint and marshmallow and instead add in some caramel and nut toppings?
Hi, I’m drooling.
I hope you enjoy your frozen hot chocolate as much as I do!
Healthy Recipe Alternatives
- Add cacao nibs as a topping
- Use Walden Farms Chocolate Flavored Syrup for the chocolate sauce
- Replace standard cocoa powder with Organic Cocoa Powder
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