Crockpot Hot Chocolate Recipe

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Cold weather is here and warming up in the evenings is what we all want to do, right?

I am so excited to share this super easy crockpot hot chocolate recipe with you guys.

We love to keep some offer best hot chocolate recipes under out belt this time of year!

 

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how to make crockpot hot chocolate

Ingredients:

  • 6 cups of your favorite chocolate milk
  • 1.5  T unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 6 oz semisweet chocolate chips
  • chocolate whipped cream
  • fresh chocolate shavings, optional

 

Step-by-Step Instructions:

In a slow cooker combine the chocloate milk and the cocoa powder.

Use a whisk to combine well. It takes a bit of stirring to mix that cocoa powder in really well.

Then add the chocolate chips.

Stir with a spoon and pop a lid on the crockpot.

Let it cook on low for 2 hours.

When that time is up, take the lid off and whisk again to mix everything up.

It’s amazing. Reminds me of Starbucks hot chocolate. Thick REAL chocolate in there!

homemade whipped cream for your hot chocolate

 

Prepare your chocolate whipped cream. Amazing addition for any chocolate lover.

Or, just use regular whipped cream. Your choice.

hot chocolate that is perfect for Christmas It is that easy.

Shave some chocolate over top if you want.

easy homemade hot chocolate recipe

Enjoy!

Here is my favorite crockpot. It has a countdown timer and you never over cook anything! It automatically moves the food to warm when the cook time is up.

And, this size is perfect for our family.

digital crockpot

Check out my 10 tips for cooking in the crockpot. Personally, it is one of my favorite kitchen appliances.

 

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25 Comments

  1. Crystal, I feel like I have know both you and Kelli. I have listened to every single one of the #learntobloghangouts and was so excited to come to your site and see your key word #easyrecipes!!! I remember when you and Kelli were talking and you were talking about SEO and shocked to discover the word you were working on had dropped off!
    Love all the content, love all the advice, your time and energy! Thanks so much, Merry Christmas. Rhonda (pictures are fabulous in this post too!)

    1. Hi Rhonda!! I remember you! How are ya? I am so glad you stopped by.

      Still working that easy recipes word, I am relentless. It finally comes up in my Webmaster Tools results- so, we’re making progress. It is just going to take a long time.

      Thank you so much for leaving your sweet comment. Words like these make every minute that Kelli and I invest into mentoring people 150% worth it!

  2. Yum! My husband would love this! Had to stop by from Mix It Monday and pin this for him!

      1. Love this hot chocolate idea! I have kids who consume waaaaaay more hot chocolate then they should! I will totally try this!

  3. How did I miss this one?! AND why didn’t I think of it? So simple and love the whole concept of putting everything in a crock pot. My family gets together every Saturday for Bible study and this would be perfect this Fall and Winter.

  4. How many servings does this make? I’d like to try it for a Christmas party and wondering if I need to double the recipe!

    Thanks!

    1. This makes 10-12 servings, but you’re not going to be abe to double it in one slow cooker. Too much liquid. You will just need to run two separate slow cookers.

  5. This looks and sounds so very good! I am wanting some hot chocolate with whipped cream right now! I like the idea of making in a crockpot!

  6. I never would have thought you could slow cook hot chocolate! It must be SO good! #Fiesta Friday

  7. What a great cup of hot chocolate for this cold winter day! Hope you have a great week and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday.
    Miz Helen

  8. I always forget the whipped cream! My kids love my homemade hot chocolate on the stovetop but this is a great way to have the hot chocolate on hand without worrying about scalding the milk.

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