The chilly weather is here and hot drinks are simply a must-have! There are many wonderful hot drinks out there, but, to be completely honest with you, hot chocolate is my top favorite.
The taste, the texture and the fond childhood memories that flood my mind make my moment a perfect one. Every sip gets better and better…well, except for the last one! In this post, we share a way to decorate your yummy snowman white hot chocolate. We made a snowman decoration idea that will make your hot drink even more delicious!
I love it when you come inside from a cold winter day to have hot chocolate. While that can start to lose its appeal, why not change things up and try white hot chocolate to broaden your child’s taste buds.
Although, I doubt they need much help when it comes to chocolate. I like carrying it in a thermos when we head out to toboggan because it quickly warms them up and then they can get back to having fun on the hill.
The fun of having hot chocolate at home is that you get to add whatever toppings you like. While whipped cream and marshmallows are always at the top of the list. Adding cinnamon, chocolate sauce and sprinkles are always a fun option for the kids.
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Snowman Hot Chocolate Supplies
- 1/2 cup of white chocolate wafers
- 4 cups Milk
- Whipped Cream (I used the one from Gay Lea)
- 1 small chunk of Chocolate
- Mini Reese’s Pieces
- Pretzel Sticks
Hot Chocolate Instructions
Place the milk and chocolate in a small saucepan, simmer on low to medium-high while stirring with a whisk. Do not let it boil. This will slowly melt the chocolate and create a heavenly hot beverage.
I placed the hot chocolate into a cup, top it with whip cream. Although that alone right there would have been perfect for me. My kids wanted to get a bit more creative with their marshmallows.
So we decided to make a snowman. Add in the marshmallow head on top of the whipped cream, I heated a small chunk of chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds. I used a chopstick to paint on the snowman’s face.
I added whip cream to the back of the mini Reese’s piece to make his nose and added two pretzel arms. And voila! There you have it, a delicious warm drink for the whole family.
Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Gay Lea and I received Compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.
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