10 Ways to Spike Your Hot ChocolateBy Lauren Hutchens on November 29, 2016
It’s time to grab your favorite winter warmers and cozy up for a cocktail hour spent fireside. Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you.
Elevate classic hot chocolate with the addition of marshmallow-flavored vodka. Feeling extra festive? Whip up a batch of boozy homemade marshmallows for topping.
How Sweet Eats
The most appropriate add-in for a boozy take on spicy Mexican hot chocolate? Tequila, of course.
White hot chocolate with plenty of pumpkin pie spice and a kick of Kahlua or bourbon—whichever strikes your fancy.
The holiday season is hectic, but happy hour doesn't have to be. Toss everything you need for spiked hot chocolate into your slow cooker.
Farm Wife Drinks
Chocolate and raspberries make quite the match. Raspberry liqueur packs a punch of flavor in this creamy favorite.
Host the Toast
A simple, four-ingredient spiked hot chocolate topped with homemade whipped cream.
The Almond Eater
The additions of Kahlua, Frangelico and Nutella make for an ultra-decadent mug of hot chocolate.
Will Cook For Smiles
Simple and to the point. Hot chocolate + black cherry bourbon. We like it!
Sugar and Soul
Bright orange zest and liqueur pair beautifully with chocolate in this holiday-inspired variation.
Sweet & Savory
Last, but definitely not least—red wine! This rich winter sip is a fun alternative to traditional mulled wine.