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When we made this Salted Dulce de Leche Hot Chocolate, it reminded me so much of Starbucks hot chocolate. And DIY Starbucks is like my favorite thing to do. Honestly, what is not to like—it was heavenly and it only took a couple of minutes from start to finish.
In a saucepan over medium heat, warm the dulce de leche. Whisk in the milk and cocoa powder until combined and smooth. Whisk in the salt next. Heat until warm.
Meanwhile, prepare whipped cream (optional). In a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, whip, on medium-high speed, heavy cream and sugar until soft peaks form. Be careful not to over-beat.
Serve hot chocolate immediately topped with a dollop of whipped cream and a garnish of dulce de leche or a dusting of cocoa powder. Or both!
Recipe adapted from Everyday with Rachael Ray, via Taste and Tell.
Tastes indulgent, but your waistline will thank you! This hot chocolate is so versatile. Omit the cinnamon for your standard variety, omit the whipped cream for dairy-free, or add coffee liqueur for a festive cold-weather cocktail.
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