I think fall may be over here in the NW and we’ve gone right into winter. My husband joked that he needed to go out and build an ark in our backyard which is very quickly turning into a lake due to all the rain we have had this week – 4 inches in 2 days. On a cold, blustery winter like day nothing is better than a cup of hot chocolate. We aren’t coffee drinkers at our house but we are big hot chocolate drinkers.
I am also a big fan of white chocolate and love making my hot chocolate with white chocolate. I decided to turn the white hot chocolate into some Halloween hot chocolate with a little food coloring and some edible googly eyes!
Halloween Hot Chocolate is sure to be a total hit at any Halloween party or to warm up those trick or treaters when they come home.
What little trick or treater wouldn’t love a mug of Spooky White Hot Chocolate?
Those edible googly eyes are the perfect way to top off the whip cream.
Or how about serving it monster style. Just add green food coloring and some purple, green and black sprinkles. And a few more googly eyes of course!
And then for all those fellow candy corn fans out there how about some candy corn hot chocolate!!
Just add some orange food color to the liquid and top with whip cream, yellow sprinkles and a few candy corn.
A fun and festive way to enjoy a mug of hot chocolate this Halloween season!
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- 12 ounces of high quality white chocolate
- 8 C milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- orange food color, green food color
- edible googy eyes
- whip cream
- Chop white chocolate and place into a bowl.
- Heat milk over medium heat until bubbles begin to form.
- Pour over chocolate.
- Stir until chocolate is melted and milk is smooth
- Add in vanilla and desired food coloring. Mix well.
- Pour into mug and serve with whip cream and sprinkles
Inspired by Matthew Mead
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