hot cocoa

You’re never too old for cookies and milk, especially when it’s milk and cookies remixed. We’ve teamed up with Curate Snacks
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It's not the holidays without all things peppermint. I want my cookies to have peppermint, my latte, my hot cocoa, heck even my Christmas tree should have candy canes on it!
There's nothing more festive than a make-your-own hot cocoa bar! Whether you're hosting a holiday party this year, or looking for a fun DIY project for your winter wedding, this adorable set up is easy to pull together. Guests will love mixing their own cups of cocoa complete with cheerful holiday accouterments.
The real question is, why haven't you been doing this all along?
Keep what I call the 'Golden Rule of Sugar' in mind as you're going from holiday party to holiday party: Only eat sugar -- whether it comes in the form glucose, fructose or sucrose -- with nutrients, namely, fiber, fats, minerals and phytonutrients from plants.
3. Try a frosty design with adhesive silk screening Thrift Store Mug Transformation via Hometalker Karen @The Graphics Fairy
Curried Hot Chocolate Mix-in: 1/4 tsp. curry powder Topping: Cardamom marshmallows (or plain marshmallows dusted with ground
If you live in a place that gets pretty cold in winter, take heart: Hot chocolate is always there to warm you up.
From spirited infusions and custom tea blends to a soothing hand salve, here are the drinks-inspired gifts we'll be whipping up over the next couple of weeks.
We love a classic cocoa, but it's hard not to tinker with things, even when they're perfect.
Until very recently, we hadn't considered the cuteness of our hot chocolate.
Looking for a little added warmth this winter? Skip the snuggie and wrap yourself up in the wintry blanket of a soul-soothing hot cocktail.
Hot chocolate may be one of the best things about winter. We've tested brands to find the best packs to keep around -- read on for our verdicts!
So, what was our experience? Some tasted like dirty, murky water (hint: it's often best to avoid the hot cocoa mixes from
This vegan chocolates utilize the cocoa butter, the vegetable fat extracted from the cocoa beans and what makes white chocolate "chocolate," for that smooth ganache texture that cream usually provides.