Hey Melrose Family readers! I'm here today to treat you with some White Hot Chocolate that is topped with a fluffy, decadent Peppermint Whipped Cream, with some sprinkles on top. Of course we have to have the sprinkles. This is such an easy treat to make and you can have it hot and ready to serve up for yourself or you and some lucky friends (or kids) in no time at all!
Hot Chocolate on a Cold Day
It's been so cold lately that I've been loving warming myself up with steaming cups of this White Hot Chocolate while lounging around in my fleece pajamas. This is such a ridiculously easy recipe, it's not really a recipe at all. Just three ingredients into a pot on the stove, heat, and you're good to go!
Peppermint Whipped Cream Topping
Of course this White Hot Chocolate would not be complete without the topping of this decadent Peppermint Whipped Cream. I'm slightly obsessed with all things Peppermint. And luckily for all of us, it's the season to indulge in peppermint! Make sure you hop on over to House of Yumm to snag the quick and easy recipe for this whipped cream. Click here to get directly to the post. Your life (and your White Hot Chocolate) will be incomplete without it.
How To Make White Hot Chocolate
White Hot Chocolate
- 2 cup milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 10 oz white chocolate chips
- Place all ingredients into a pot and heat over medium heat. Stir while the hot chocolate melts. Once the pot begins to simmer reduce heat to low, do not bring to a boil. Continue stirring until all chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth. Remove from heat, and serve hot. Enjoy.
Looking For More Treats?
We've got you covered! Checkout some of our other favorite dessert drinks such as this amazing spiced hazelnut hot chocolate that is actually made with essential oils! For a more healthy yet still yummy option, try our Sugar Free Strawberry Slushie.
Serene blogs over at House of Yumm. She loves cooking up treats and eats to share with her family and readers. Favorite foods include cheeseburgers and cupcakes!
Hello, thanks for posting this lovely picture and recipe! I made this last night and it was way too sweet for us. I used Trader Joes white chips, so I am hoping it will work with 1/2 the bag =) going to try it again. Also I went shopping for the masonjars like this and the ones I found at Joanns all said "Not for hot products" where did you get yours please?
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This hot chocolate looks amazing!