15 Sinful Hot Chocolate Recipes You Have to Try

We know it’s hard to put down your pumpkin spiced latte in favor of any other warm winter drink. But that will get a whole lot easier once you read these 16 absolutely sinful hot chocolate recipes. Looks like its time to start stocking up on marshmallows! 😉

1. French Vanilla Hot Chocolate:

French vanilla creamer adds a slightly floral note to a classic cup of hot chocolate. We guarantee one mug won’t be enough! (via Domestically Blissful)

Chocolate Recipes

2. Decadent Hot Chocolate:

Cupcakes and Cashmere lives up to is luxe name with this rich hot chocolate recipe. We agree that there’s nothing more decadent than a hot chocolate with huge, toasted homemade marshmallows. (via Cupcakes and Cashmere)

Decadent Hot Chocolate

3. Black Bottom Hot Chocolate:

A bottom layer of thick fudge awaits all who sip this insanely over-the-top hot chocolate recipe. There’s no reason to not add a slop of whipped cream on top! (via Live Love Pasta)

Black Bottom Hot Chocolate

4. Salted Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate:

Peanut butter and cocoa mix to create one insanely creamy hot chocolate. Don’t forget to finish with a sprinkle of sea salt. (via One Ordinary Day)

Salted Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

5. Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate recipe proves that dreams do come true. Perk up white hot chocolate with warm pumpkin pie spices and a dash of vanilla. Now that’s what we call a magic combination! (viaTatertots & Jello)

Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate

6. Nutella Hot Chocolate:

Why use a packet of chocolate powder to make hot chocolate when you can lob spoonfuls of Nutella into simmering milk? Exactly. There is no better way. (via Nalle’s House)

Nutella Hot Chocolate

7. Cardamom and Orange Spiced White Hot Chocolate:

White chocolate’s naturally mild flavor makes it a perfect canvas for creative flavor concoctions, like this intriguing cardamom and orange spiced drink. These spices add a seriously sophisticated twist to this drink. (via Will Cook for Friends)


8. Cinnamon Hot Chocolate:

This might be the most classic way to amp up your hot chocolate. Sometimes, a pinch of cinnamon is all it takes to hit the spot! (via House Vegans)

Cinnamon Hot Chocolate

9. Mocha Hot Chocolate:

Get a boost from your hot chocolate by adding instant coffee grounds. If that’s not exciting enough, you can always top with everything but the kitchen sink. (via Diethood)

Mocha Hot Chocolate

10. Peppermint Hot Chocolate:

If you ask us, there’s no better way to add a refreshing zing to your hot chocolate than by adding peppermint patties to the mix. And never, ever serve a peppermint hot chocolate without a candy cane stirrer! (via A Zesty Bite)

Peppermint Hot Chocolate

11. Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate:

We just had to add another pumpkin white hot chocolate recipe to this roundup, ‘cause now you get to choose between the basic or boozy version! You can thank the shot of Kahlua or Bourbon later. 😉 (via Minimalist Baker)

Boozy Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate

12. Red Velvet Hot Chocolate with Cream Cheese Whipped Cream:

Yes. You read that right. This red velvet hot chocolate is topped with a dollop of cream cheese whipped cream. Make it right now. (via Une-Deux Senses)

Red Velvet Hot Chocolate

13. Aztec Hot Chocolate:

This might be the ultimate way to warm up with hot chocolate. Bring the heat with a pinch of cayenne! (via A Beautiful Mess)


14. Mint White Hot Chocolate:

Drops of green food coloring add festive flair to this peppermint white hot chocolate. Bust out this recipe again in March for St. Patrick’s Day! (via Babble)


15. Broiled Baileys Baked Hot Chocolate:

There’s no more sinful way to end this roundup than with this broiled and spiked hot chocolate! That’s right, throw the whole marshmallow-topped mug in the oven till it’s browned and bubbling—just don’t forget to add a dash of Baileys, Old Gregg! (via Amanda K. by the Bay)


What’s your favorite hot chocolate recipe? Tell us how you make it in the comments below!

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