> Chocolate > Frozen Hot Chocolate

I love hot chocolate. But I live in Arizona. So, most of the year it would be ridiculous to try and enjoy a hot cup of hot cocoa when it is over 100 degrees outside. I still do it sometimes. But, this amazing recipe made famous by Serendipity helps cool you off while giving you the hot chocolate taste. I would like to personally thank the first person to realize that they could make a frozen treat out of this usually hot drink.

This recipe is easily adaptable to whatever you want. The milk can be any type (2%,1%, whole, skim) or substituted with chocolate milk, whipping cream, half and half (Just not buttermilk please…). The hot chocolate mix can be any flavor you can imagine. I absolutely love the Ghirardeli sweet ground white chocolate for this recipe. Think I might go make some right now…

Frozen Hot Chocolate

I made this one with some mint hot chocolate and topped it with whipped cream sprinkled with cocoa powder. Tasty.

Frozen Hot Chocolate

Makes a single serving.

1 cup milk
1/3 to 1/2 cup hot cocoa mix (usually from 1 to 2 packets) – depends upon tastes
1 to 2 cups ice
Whipped Cream (optional)
Extra hot cocoa powder (optional)
Mini chocolate Chips (optional)

1 Pour the milk and the hot chocolate mix into the blender and mix on a low speed.

2 Dump in most of the ice, careful not to splash yourself since chocolate can stain,
and blend it together. Add ice, or milk to get it to the consistency that you desire.

3 Pour into glasses, top with whipped cream, hot chocolate powder, chocolate chips, shaved chocolate or anything else you can think up. You can never go wrong with sprinkles.