Man has invented hundreds of chocolate drinks to cater to those cacao cravings. These easy recipes cull the list of chocolate drinks to the best and richest versions here, including heavenly hot chocolate and mocha-almond slush.See Popular Chocolate Drinks Recipes
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Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets are sprinkled with a mixture of ground crystallized ginger root and sugar, cut and shaped into twists, baked until golden, and then partially dipped in melted chocolate.
Serve this smooth drink over ice or add to steaming hot coffee. Can be made up to two weeks ahead for flavors to mellow.
Tired of the same old hot cocoa? This tasty twist on the old classic will warm you right up. It has a sweet, bright flavor that will have your kids begging for seconds.
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Save money by stirring up your own latte at home! Pour it in a to-go mug your day to start your day on a sweet note.
To create the foamy layer on top of this winter drink, blend some of the hot chocolate mixture in a blender until frothy, and spoon it on each serving.
Cocoa plus chocolate makes this deep, dark comforter the ultimate hot chocolate. Use soymilk if you wish.
This chocolaty drink is a festive dessert the whole family will love. Your kids will love the thick, foamy head that gives the egg cream its name (it doesn't actually contain eggs). Or for adults only you may find that a splash of whiskey gives this drink just the right finish.
Mix up this chocolate drink mix and give as a gift. Or keep it on hand for unexpected guests.
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Jill Prescott of Wisconsin's former Ecole de Cuisine cooking school created this heavenly take on hot chocolate. We used dark chocolate to make this hot drink. Enjoy it for a sweet snack or as dessert.