By Lily Curlin
Photo courtesy of Lily Curlin
It might not be Christmas anymore, but with cold weather and copious amounts of time at home, January and February are perfect for enjoying a warm mug of delicious hot chocolate. If you’ve gotten a bit bored with your usual “hot chocolate mix in water go-to,” here are three recipes to help spice things up.
I should note that on the one hand, milk offers a delicious, creamy base to any hot chocolate. On the other hand, incorporating milk into your hot chocolate means you also have to deal with possibly burning or curdling the milk, especially when heating alternative milks. So, I have devised my own method, creating a flavorful and delicious hot chocolate base that is then poured over the milk of your choice.
Spicy Hot Chocolate
Rosemary Infused Hot Chocolate
White Chocolate Peppermint
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