This hot chocolate recipe is very delicious! It combines both the flavour of the chocolate and the cocoa itself! Use any flavour and even combine to find new tasty drinks! You can also add any spices to this recipe and turn it from basic to decadent!
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In this recipe we used chocolate from Lidl, it was super cheap! Around 49 pence to buy! It’s a raspberry filled chocolate and tastes delicious so I was wondering if I could use it for hot cocoa! We basically cut the chocolate into pieces and then put it into the pot filled with 1 litre of milk. Using around 200 grams of chocolate.
We keep it at medium until it’s warm/hot enough before it burns or bubbles up then set it to medium low. You don’t want it to bubble but you want it hot enough to be up to your temperature standard.
Though for using chocolate- make sure to use non-chunky chocolate since the pieces might be a problem for some for drinking.
Different types of chocolate you could use and their flavour!
- Raspberry filled chocolate- depending on the strength of the raspberry- it’s quite a light tone of flavour. You can taste the raspberry notes but it more compliments the chocolate.
Hot chocolate Recipe
Hot Chocolate Recipe
- 200 grams any flavour chocolate
- 1 litre milk
- Break the chocolate into pieces!
- Piut the pieces into the pot and add 1 litre of milk then set to medium heat.
- Continuously stir then turn then set heat to medium-low after it gets hot.
- Stir until all of the chocolate has been incorporated into the milk.
Hopefully, you enjoyed this recipe! Make sure to experiment with different brands of chocolate and tell us your findings in the comments! You can up this recipe by adding whipped cream and a lot of toppings to it! The cinnamon really helps to turn this from a normal hot chocolate to a decadent drink!
If you want to see any other recipes from us, we have a butter recipe where you could use the buttermilk for this recipe! We also have a YouTube channel where you can find videos on these recipes if you prefer that format!