Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe

This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine’s Day drink! Kids definitely enjoy a special hot chocolate drink on cold days. Why not spruce up your Valentine’s Day festivities with an extra special recipe that is perfect for the day of love?!

This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink! - Teaspoon of Goodness

Those packets of hot chocolate can be handy to grab in the store, but nothing beats a homemade hot chocolate recipe like this one. Kick things up a notch for the day of love with a great delicious homemade hot chocolate recipe that kids and adults will both enjoy. I love the simple additions of a bit of food coloring and some classic candies to make an otherwise basic recipe turn into a special holiday treat.

This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink! - Teaspoon of Goodness

 

Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe

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Conversation Hearts Hot Cocoa Recipe
 
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This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink!
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Ghirardelli white chocolate chips
  • 2 cups milk
  • 2 cups half and half
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 drop red food coloring
  • Whipped cream, to garnish
  • Conversation hearts, to garnish
  • Sprinkles, to garnish
Instructions
  1. In a medium saucepan, add the white chocolate chips, milk, half-and-half and vanilla. Heat under low/medium setting, stirring occasionally until the chocolate chips are melted. (Do not allow to boil).
  2. Once heated through and the chocolate chips have melted, remove from heat. Add 1 drop of red food coloring to get a light pink tint to the cocoa. Whisk to combine.
  3. Pour into serving glasses and generously top with whipped cream.
  4. Sprinkle the conversation hearts and pastel sprinkles on top of the whipped cream.
  5. ENJOY!!

 This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink! - Teaspoon of Goodness

Ways To Make Your Hot Chocolate Recipe Special

I love serving this in a clear mug so you can easily see the colors of the white hot chocolate recipe. Adding sprinkles and of course, the conversation hearts makes this even better! If your kids like seeing fun additions to their drinks, you can add a simple Valentine’s Day pick or umbrella to the mug. You might even look for things like colored marshmallows to add instead of whipped cream.

This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink! - Teaspoon of Goodness

No matter how you serve this Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe, everyone is sure to enjoy the classic rich flavors. A simple recipe can turn into a decadent treat in no time!

This Conversation Hearts Hot Chocolate Recipe is a great idea for a fun special Valentine's Day drink! - Teaspoon of Goodness

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Comments

  1. Kristi says

    What a fun treat not only for Valentines but a nice surprise for when the kids come in from ice skating or sledding.

  2. says

    Oh how I love Ghirardelli chocolate and I love that you have used it in this yummy hot chocolate recipe. It looks so delicious, and what a fun idea to use the conversation hearts as well. Scheduled to pin!

  3. says

    I have never seen those hearts used in hot chocolate! Do they melt? Or do they end up like the marshmallows in Trix cereal (soft, but still crunchy). I have to know!

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