"A perfect hot toddy for a snowy winter night! Easy to make, delightful to drink, warms you inside-out." — KSTEAMS
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1 fluid ounce
coffee flavored liqueur
1 fluid ounce
6 fluid ounces
1 (1 ounce) envelope
instant hot chocolate mix
whipped cream for garnish
shaved semisweet chocolate, for garnish
Mmmmm - my husband and I really enjoyed this. We followed the recipe exactly with exception of adding a bit of table cream at the end to finish it off (we also used double chocolate truffle hot chocolate mix). This was delicious and will become a regular occurrence in our house.
I didn't have hot cocoa mix (I haven't made my homemade mix yet this year) so I used my homemade sugar free chocolate syrup to make a chocolate-y cocoa. Pretty good, though next time I'll skip the Kahlua and double the peppermint schnapps.
Very good. Tastes like those chocolate mint candies
OMG! AMAZING!! We get a lot of snow here, and this will go into my winter survival guide! I just wish i could give it TEN stars!!!
This was a great drink for our chilly weather. The first time I made it as written with regular hot chocolate (which I usually don't have) and it was great. I have a whole box of Candy Cane Cocoa (which is what I usually keep around or mint cocoa) so I figured that would be perfect for this. I did about 1/2 a shot of the peppermint schnapps, since the cocoa was already minty and 1 1/2 oz of Kahlua and it was GREAT! I couldn't taste the liquor in it at all! This is going to be a regular winter drink for me! Thanks!
Delicious! I used chocolate almond milk with some extra hershey's syrup (I'm lactose intolerant). The coffee liqueur helps cut down on the sweetness of the peppermint and the cocoa. Fabulous! Thanks!
I Mix 1 cup hot milk with one envelope Hot Cocoa double chocolate. Delight...fully cup rich, velvety cocoa with decadent bits of real dark chocolate blended right in! With liqueur Miammmmm!!
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