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10 Ways to Warm Up with Hot Chocolate


The air is frightfully cold, and the best way to warm up after a time outside is a giant mug of thick, sweet hot chocolate, in more ways than one. Soon, you’ll be toasty warm with your belly full, warming you from the inside out.


  • With a Peppermint Twist 1 of 10
    With a Peppermint Twist
    An abundance of candy canes at this time of year makes this an easy option.
    Get the recipe at Ezra Pound Cake
  • As Cookies 2 of 10
    As Cookies
    A cookie with the perfect hot chocolate essence, just waiting to be laid out on your Christmas cookie platter.
    Get the recipe at The Girl Who Ate Everything
  • As Cupcakes 3 of 10
    As Cupcakes
    A fun twist to greet your ice skaters or sledders with as they trek in from the cold, snowy terrain.
    Make hot chocolate cupcakes
  • To Gift 4 of 10
    To Gift
    A proper gift to those you love this season.
    Make hot chocolate as a gift
  • With Hazelnuts 5 of 10
    With Hazelnuts
    No one can say no to a bit of Nutella.
    Get the recipe at Our Best Bites
  • A Bit of Spice 6 of 10
    A Bit of Spice
    Spiced up and kicking, this hot chocolate packs a bit of a punch.
    Get the recipe at Farm Flavor
  • On a Stick 7 of 10
    On a Stick
    Perfect for teacher's gifts or even just to keep around when the mood strikes for a cup of cocoa.
    Get the recipe for Hot Cocoa on a Stick via candy.about.com
  • Perfection 8 of 10
    Perfection
    Creamy and coated in chocolate love.
    Make perfect hot chocolate
  • With Pumpkin 9 of 10
    With Pumpkin
    Using up the winter squash, this hot cocoa has a date with a pumpkin.
    Make spiced pumpkin hot chocolate
  • S’mored 10 of 10
    S'mored
    Longing for the summer will get you nowhere, but a sip of s'mores hot chocolate may transport you there in an instant.
    Get the recipe at Our Best Bites

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