Homemade Hot Chocolate

Warm up from the inside out with a delicious cup of homemade hot chocolate. It’s the perfect antidote to cold weather.

Rich Spiced Hot Chocolate

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Your Basic Hot Chocolate

Whip up these classics with cocoa powder, sugar, milk, plus one or two secret ingredients you probably have in your pantry right now.

Creamy Hot Cocoa

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Hot and Spicy

A little extra kick from a pinch of chili powder or cayenne gives these hot chocolate recipes a warmth that keeps on warming.

Easy Mexican Hot Chocolate

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Hot Chocolate for Grown-Ups

Save these for those nights when you want to slip a little something extra in your hot chocolate to mellow the mood.

Hot Scotch Cocoa

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Make Mine a Mocha

This hot chocolate will warm you up and give you a jolt of caffeine to keep you on your toes.

Chocolate Coffee Kiss

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Instant Gratification

Store the dry ingredients in a jar and just add hot water when you’re ready, and you’ll have hot chocolate at a moment’s notice. Jars of cocoa mix make perfect wintertime gifts, too.

Hot Cocoa Mix

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Did You Know?

“Food of the gods” is also the literal translation of chocolate’s scientific name: Theobroma cacao. Unsweetened chocolate lives up to the translation of its Aztec name, xocolatl, which means “bitter water.”


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