Top Rated Hot Chocolate Recipes

Hot Chocolate
This homemade spiced and gently spiked hot chocolate is just what you need on those cold winter nights.This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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4.5
Scott Campbell Hot Chocolate
The secret to what some have called the best hot chocolate they've ever tasted? According to creator chef Scott Campbell of New Leaf Restaurant & Bar in New York City the answer is simple: "passion." (We say, that, and a whole lot of high-quality chocolate). Thick, rich, and almost-too-good-to-believe delicious, enjoy this fantastic hot chocolate as is, or try an "adults only" version, adding a touch of liqueur such as Kahlua, Bailey's, or Frangelico. — Maryse Chevriere Click here for 7 Tips for Making Perfect Hot Chocolate.
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4.266665
Milagro Hot Chocolate Recipe
This hot chocolate cocktail recipe features an actual grated chili chocolate bar. What could be better?This recipe is courtesy of William Grant & Son’s.
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4
Everybody looks for the perfect hot choclate. It needs to be creamy, luscious, and most importantly hold that rich choclate flavor. 
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4
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This Mexican hot chocolate has a nice kick of spice from the ancho chile pepper. It's great to have on a cold day or to serve to your kids for a non-traditional hot chocolate. 
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4
Want a little kick in your cocoa? Try this deliciously spicy winter drink.
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4
If you are a fan of creamy and spicy chai, then this hot chocolate is right up your alley. 
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4
Peanut butter and chocolate is a match made in heaven, and are even better together in liquid form.
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4
Who says hot cocoa is just for the kids? Try this adult hot chocolate for your next hot chocolate social.
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4
Hot Chocolate
There are plenty of ways to make hot chocolate boozy, including simply throwing a dollop of Frangelico or Baileys into a cup of hot chocolate mix. This recipe for Spiked Hot Chocolate, however, kicks it up a notch.
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4
Frozen Hot Chocolate
I’m not a fan of chocolate — gasp! — but I actually like this thick, sweet dessert in a glass. If you think cocoa can only be enjoyed hot, think again. Inspired by the famous version at Serendipity in New York City, this simple recipe isn’t hard to make, and looks mighty fancy when served in classy stemware with a dollop of whipped cream. Enjoy it with a straw — or a spoon! Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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3.36842
Inspired by the L.A.-based Coolhaus this hot chocolate is brought to the next level, and then some, by adding not just one amazing ingredient (maple), but bacon, too! 
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2.333335