source: Desserts With Benefits
7. Nutella Hot Chocolate
Sugar free, low carb, dairy free and vegan. Doesn’t sound very appealing to me. But when you add the word Nutella to the mix, I’m there! And with just 4 ingredients needed, this recipe is my kind of recipe. I’d definitely feel good serving this hot chocolate to my kids, although I’d keep it a secret that it’s actually -gasp!- healthy.
Learn more about this drink over at Desserts With Benefits.
source: The Recipe Critic
8. Cookies & Cream Hot Chocolate
One of my favorite flavors for milkshakes has always been cookies & cream. So naturally, I’m interested in learning what hot chocolate by the same name tastes like. (Divine, I’m guessing.) One of my weaknesses is not being able to resist an Oreo cookie when it’s sitting in front of me. And when you mix Oreos with hot chocolate powder, O.M.G. I can’t even.
Get your Oreo fix by checking out this recipe on The Recipe Critic.
source: The Hopeless Housewife
9. Gingerbread Hot Chocolate
I know we’re not even to Halloween yet, but I’m already thinking about Christmas. And one of the holiday’s most popular flavors is gingerbread. Once the evenings start getting colder, I would love to sit by the fire, turn on some Christmas music and sip on a big mug full of hot chocolate. This seasonal drink will get you in the Christmas spirit any time of year!
Check out the recipe on The Hopeless Housewife.