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Peppermint White Hot Chocolate

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A great Christmas twist to your everyday hot chocolate. Plus it smells, looks and tastes so comforting and delicious. A must-try this season!

Ingredients

  • ½ cups Whole Milk
  • ½ cups Heavy Cream
  • 1 cup White Chocolate
  • 1 teaspoon Peppermint Extract
  • Whipped Cream For Topping
  • Crushed Peppermint Or Candy Cane, For Topping

Preparation

Combine all ingredients (except whipped cream and crushed candy) in a small cooking pot over medium heat. Stir constantly until chocolate is completely melted and almost boiling. Serve piping hot, topped with whipped cream and peppermint pieces.

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Jessinthekitchen on 1.11.2011

your picture is so cute and creative! i think it sounds wonderful.

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blw0010 on 12.5.2010

I agree with TitoSheindlin. It was WAY TOO SWEET. I like sweet drinks but this was ridiculous. I had to add 4 times extra milk to get it to a reasonable taste, and by then I was so grossed out, by all the taste testing, I just decided to dump the whole thing.

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TitoSheindlin on 1.4.2010

I made this for my family this holiday seson and nobody could drink even half because it was SOOO sweet. Even my husband, who loves white chocolate, couldn’t down a quarter of this drink.

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Kelsey Barnard on 12.28.2009

O I am so glad! Thanks for the feedback, it’s always so nice to hear!
-Kelsey

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raisingcropsandbabies on 12.28.2009

Oh MY Gosh! This was delicious!!! I doubled the recipe and it served four (as it’s very rich) and then I was out of peppermint extract and so used peppermint oil (for candy making) and it still tasted great! Everyone asked for the recipe. I plan on making this again for my cookie exchange party later this month.

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Zoe on 11.12.2011

I used almond milk and this still turned out awesome. I’ll be making this again!

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raisingcropsandbabies on 12.13.2010

I reviewed this before the website change so it went to comments so I want to redo it!

One year later and I still am making this drink for special occasions… everyone just LOVES it! I usually just have Peppermint Oil and so I just have to add a teeny bit to get the same effect as the extract.

It’s very rich and so I found I’m able to get more servings than what the recipe says. Thanks so much for posting this drink recipe!

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