Top 40 Hot Chocolate Recipes For Christmas/Winters/Holidays

Christmas is finally here, and your surrounding is covered with snow from roof to ground. And the blustery and cold days of Christmas calls for a comforting cup of hot chocolate. So here are 40 hot chocolate recipes for you.

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  1. Gingerbread Hot Cocoa:



You surely wouldn’t want to miss this gingerbread hot cocoa. It feels like you are drinking a chocolate gingerbread cookie.

  1. Peppermint Hot Chocolate:

This drink will uplift your Christmas spirit like no other thing. This hot chocolate is made with semi-sweet chocolate chips and crushed peppermint, making a perfect Christmas treat.

  1. Coconut Tres Leches Hot Chocolate:



Adding a dash of coconut to your hot chocolate will transform it into a decadent tropical drink.

  1. Raspberry White Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate, infused with hot chocolate will wow your taste buds and eyes. It has the Christmas colors as well.

  1. Melted Hot Chocolate With Sea Salt Whipped Cream:



This one looks sinful. Savory, salty and near perfect, this hot cocoa is sure to satisfy the chocolate lovers in your house.

  1. Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate:

This hot drink combines the best of winter and autumn, or you can say, Thanksgiving and Christmas in one delicious mug.

  1. Vegan Chai Hot Chocolate:

Tantalize your taste bud with this vegan chai hot chocolate. It takes just 5 minutes to make and low in fat and calorie as well.

  1. Boozy Skinny Hot Chocolate:

Leave some room for the Christmas meal and desserts with this diet-friendly hot cocoa.

  1. Egg Nog Mexican Hot Chocolate:

This season, scrumptious and spicy hot chocolate is a must have this Christmas.  It has hot chocolate and eggnog, two of the Christmas staples.

  1. Black Cherry Bourbon Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate is fruity,  rich, and of course, boozy. So you can say it has the best of everything.

  1. Fluffer Nut Hot Chocolate:

Fluffer Nut Hot Chocolate is the ultimate salty and sweet beverage. This creamy and nutty indulgence will taste best with a slice of dark chocolate or brownie.

  1. S’mores Hot Chocolate:

This is devilish! This hot chocolate has graham crackers rim and marshmallow on the top.

  1. Almond Joy Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate, topped with almond joy, will bring cheer even to the most cynical of kids. And we love how easy it is to make.

  1. French Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate tastes just like it is served in Paris cafes. It’ slightly thick, but is worth every sip.

  1. Frozen Hot Chocolate:

This frozen hot chocolate is perfect for people living in the tropical regions during Christmas. It tastes like hot chocolate but has a frosty texture and a rich, cocoa flavor.

  1. Cookies And Cream Hot Chocolate:

The tiny cookie pieces in this hot chocolate make the beverage taste amazing. Serve it with whipped cream and crushed Oreos.

  1. Lavender Hot Chocolate:

To make this hot chocolate, dip lavender in milk and top with toasted marshmallow.

  1. Spicy Maple Cinnamon Hot Chocolate:

Here’s a spicy and moderately sweet hot chocolate with hints of cinnamon, maple, cayenne and chili powder. The subtle heat of the hot chocolate will build from sip to sip.

  1. White Hot Chocolate:

This looks heavenly. White is indeed a gorgeous color. Do not forget to top the whipped cream with sprinkles.

  1. Red Velvet Hot Cocoa:

Here’s a hot cocoa with a twist. It looks so lovely. We can’t wait to make it.

  1. Toasted Marshmallow Cream Hot Chocolate:

No, that’s not whipped cream on top of this hot chocolate. It has a topping of toasted marshmallow cream. And it tastes delicious.

  1. Mexican Spiced Hot Chocolate:

This simple hot chocolate has delicious Mexican spices added in it. It has cayenne, cinnamon, chipotle and nutmeg in it.

  1. Kahlua Hot Chocolate:

Skip the ready made hot cocoa mix and make this Kahlua hot chocolate with just a handful of ingredients in your kitchen.

  1. Homemade Mint White Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate combines creamy, white chocolate with a burst of peppermint flavor. It’s a perfect holiday treat.

  1. 2-Ingredient Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate looks delightful. And is surprisingly easy to make. Just head the milk and add Nestle Toll House Mint DelightFulls. Cook until it melts and serve with whipped cream. My mouth is watering already.

  1. SMIRNOFF Cinna-Sugar Hot Chocolate:

Here’s a boozy delight for you. You just have to make your favorite hot chocolate and whip SMIRNOFF Cinna-Sugar Whipped Cream. Ta-da!

  1. Kahlua Peppermint Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate is made by mixing Kahlua peppermint mocha liquor with hot chocolate. It will take the chill off on a cold winter day.

  1. Spicy Hot Chocolate Mocha:

This hot chocolate has hints of coffee, mocha, nutmeg, and cocoa. It will take 20 minutes to make, but will refresh your senses.

  1. Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate is more of a decadent dessert. It’s rich, thick and the combination of caramel with sea salt makes it stand out.

  1. Mexican Hot Chocolate With Dulce De Leche Spiced Cream:

Here’s a rich and creamy hot chocolate with a touch of cinnamon flavor. Mix it with melted ice cream or whipped cream to bring out the best flavor. And do not forget to top it with Dulce De Leche Spiced Cream.

  1. Coconut Tres Leches Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate is tasty, tasty, and tasty. To make this hot chocolate, combine condensed milk, coconut tres leches cocoa powder and vanilla.

  1. Caramel Corn Hot Chocolate:

Here’s a caramel corn infused hot beverage. It just looks delish. Top it with whipped cream and caramel on top.

  1. Campfire Cocoa with Butterscotch:

Butterscotch is one of my personal favorite and I think it tastes amazing with butterscotch. What about you.

  1. Amaretto Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate is flavored with amaretto chocolate and a subtle almond flavor. This decadently delicious drink will taste best on a cold night.

  1. Butterbeer Hot Cocoa:

Ah! This looks magical. This Harry Potter drink will surely be loved by the young ones.  We particularly loved the little stars on this hot chocolate.

  1. Slow Cooker Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate:

This Christmas, indulge in this smooth, creamy, and sweet peanut butter hot chocolate. Because, as we all know, there is no better combination than chocolate and peanut butter.

  1. Nutella Hot Chocolate:

We all love Nutella, right? So why not make a delicious hot cocoa out of it? Top it with chocolate chips for some crunch.

  1. Italian Hot Chocolate:

This Italian chocolate has to be the best hot chocolate in the world. It is rich smooth and decadent and will be ready in just 10 minutes with just five ingredients.

  1. Crème Brulee White Hot Chocolate:

Here’s a delicious hot chocolate alternative made with vanilla beans, white chocolate and caramelized sugar decorations.

  1. Sugar Cookie White Hot Chocolate:

This hot chocolate has all the flavors of a traditional Christmas sugar cookie. A warm treat you have in store.



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