3 Homemade Hot Chocolate Recipes | Clean Eating Recipe

Try one of my 3 healthy hot cocoa recipes; Peanut Butter Cup, Gingerbread and Peppermint Hot Chocolate. This video shows you how to make a healthy, …

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37 thoughts on “3 Homemade Hot Chocolate Recipes | Clean Eating Recipe

  1. all three look so delicious I think my kids would enjoy the Reese's cocoa and I would enjoy the peppermint cocoa thank you for this video

  2. hi, can i replace the raw honey with something else, my wife is pregnant and they say to avoid all honey….instead of using stevia or sugar what else could i use.

  3. Great recipes! I would add the honey afterwards, when the chocolate milk has cooled down a bit. Honey loses its beneficial properties at high temperatures.

  4. I was in Costco yesterday and rejected an instant hot chocolate product once I read the ingredient list. The first and second ingredients were sugar and high fructose corn syrup! Thanks for this recipe.

  5. That peppermint cocoa looks like my new favorite. I could even make it an adult beverage. Thanks this is something my daughter and I can both enjoy.

  6. My family has recently gone dairy free, I'm excited to try hot chocolate w/ a non-dairy milk! Thank you so much for these suggestions!

  7. SpectacularVernacular November 17, 2018 at 9:23 am - Reply

    I prefer to use homemade plant milks for hot chocolates. I use a little less water when blending the nuts to give a richer texture and mouthfeel to the milk. And of course use real chocolate instead of powder. My favorite would have to be hot chocolate made in pistachio milk 🙂

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