Remember: whole milk is more flavorful and satisfying than low-fat or skim. Milk substitutes are absolutely fine and often very delicious. Almond milk in particular can be a great vegan option.
If you’ve never made homemade hot chocolate, it may seem intimidating, or like a lot of work. Many of these drinks have detailed instructions for making the cocoa, and following them will give you the most delicious cocoa.
Treat yourself with some Hot Fudge Cocoa Bombs with Whiskey! Chocolate lovers will love adding a small chunk of chocolate fudge! Make some fun hot chocolate bombs yourself. They make great homemade DIY gifts too. Chocoholics love these!
Amaretto gives this rich dark hot chocolate an extra special flavor. Milk, dark chocolate, vanille and sugar all melt together into liquid deliciousness, with amaretto, whipped cream, sliced almonds and chocolate sauce.
You can make this one over a campfire with toasted marshmallows on top. You make it with warm milk, hot chocolate mix and peanut butter whiskey. If you haven't already tried Skrewball Peanut Butter whiskey, immediately would be the right time to get some.
This one isn't just spiked. It's a hot chocolate milkshake decorated to look like Rudolph the Reindeer’s face. It's thick and creamy, and very easy to make. You just need vanilla ice cream, several liqueurs, and a good hot chocolate mix.
This one uses a vanilla rum and coconut milk to give you a delicious kick without the dairy. This is a wonderful vegan treat that you don't need to be a vegan to enjoy. And if you don't want the alcohol, you can just leave it out.