Pink Hot Chocolate Recipe

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  • Pink Hot Chocolate is a whimsical warm wintery drink – a twist on traditional hot chocolate.

    pink hot chocolate in a mug

    Inspired by our pink Christmas decorations, I mixed up something sweet for the girls – pink hot chocolate. With three girls, we love all things pink and I wanted to make a special drink that feels just as magical as the season.

    pink hot chocolate under christmas tree

    The holidays are already filled with an evening at the theatre to see Annie, brunch with Santa and an array of Christmas light displays. Sometimes, I just enjoy celebrating at home, cozied up with a cup of hot cocoa, nestled in on our tiny love seat in our pajamas.

    pink hot chocolate

    Last weekend, we visited our favorite theme park, Silver Dollar City and lines were filled with 50+ people hoping to get their hands on a cup of powdered water hot cocoa. The shame! I never understood making hot chocolate with water…we prefer ours creamy.

    pink hot chocolate and gingerbread houses

    My pink hot chocolate recipe is rich, creamy and easy to drink. No artificial flavors or powders, just yummy milk, white chocolate and a touch of food coloring. You can add a hint of vanilla if you’d like, too!

    This dreamy version of hot chocolate is a fun way to mix things up this winter.

    If you love this Pink Hot Chocolate recipe as much as I do, please write a five star review and help me share on Facebook and Pinterest!

    pink hot chocolate Christmas

    How to Make Pink Hot Chocolate:

    Pink Hot Chocolate

    Pink Hot Chocolate is a whimsical warm wintery drink - a twist on traditional hot chocolate.
    Course Drinks
    Cuisine American
    Keyword brunch, christmas, drink, fall, hot chocolate, kids, winter
    Cook Time 5 minutes
    Total Time 5 minutes
    Servings 6
    Author Julie Blanner

    Ingredients

    • 10 oz white chocolate
    • 4 c milk
    • 2 tsp vanilla
    • 2 drops red food coloring

    Instructions

    1. In a saucepan over medium low heat, combine white chocolate, milk and vanilla, stirring occasionally until melted.
    2. Whisk until smooth and add food coloring until you reach the desired color.

    Recipe Notes

    You can add a hint of vanilla if you’d like, too!


    Originally published November 2016

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