There are so many ways to enjoy the magic of a cup of hot cocoa, especially when you make it at home! Cozy up with one of these sinfully delicious hot chocolate recipes.
Spiced Hot Chocolate
Next time a chocolate craving strikes, make a batch of this sophisticated hot cocoa filled with spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and chile powder, and a vanilla-infused sugar.
Hot Chocolate Affogato
Like an ice cream float, only your mug is filled with sweet and decadent hot chocolate, topped with a scoop of your favourite ice cream.
Virtuously Rich Hot Chocolate
Skim milk powder is the secret ingredient to a thick and creamy hot chocolate, but without the added fat.
Chili Hot Chocolate
Amp up the spice factor in your regular hot chocolate with chilis and other delicious spices.
Peppermint Hot Chocolate
A holiday sipper that’s hot, cool and creamy all at once. Nothing says holiday indulgence like a drink made with cocoa, bittersweet and semi-sweet chocolate.
Camille's Chocolate Chaud
Hot chocolate sweetened with honey for a subtler sweet flavour.
Holiday Hot Chocolate
Warm yourself from the inside out with this creamy white chocolate that gets a boost of flavour from fresh vanilla beans. A dash of orange liqueur turns this hot chocolate into a true holiday treat.
White Hot Chocolate 2 Ways
This decadent beverage is the perfect pick-me-up on cold, blustery days, plus it comes equipped with two add-in variations: a version with orange liqueur and a peel for garnish, or the White Russian version made with coffee liqueur and vodka.
Berry Hot Chocolate
Rich, creamy chocolate pairs perfectly with tangy raspberry jam.
Spiked Hot Chocolate
Spike up this hot chocolate with your favourite liqueur for a purely adult pleasure! (Marshmallows not included unless you’re a kid at heart).
Hot Hazelnut Chocolate-Toffee Latte
Bobby sure knows a thing or two about whipping up a refreshing cocktail, but his hot drinks are just as tasty! Try your hand at this hazelnut chocolate and toffee-flavoured latte that’s perfect for those chilly nights.
Spanish Hot Chocolate
This is a thick-style hot chocolate you’ll want to keep on hand for dunking churros, cookies and fruit in, acting as chocolate fondue rather than a hot cocoa. Skim milk powder cuts down on the fat, simultaneously adding a full bodied texture you’d swear was thanks to whipping cream (it’s not!).