white mug with Homemade smore hot chocolate

Delicious Homemade S’more Hot Chocolate

Nothing quite hits the spot like hot chocolate on a cold winter day.  But this S’more hot chocolate is a fun take on a classic recipe that kicks up the cocoa experience a few degrees.  Try a big mug of these s’more hot chocolate tonight and keep out the winter chill. After drinking this delicious hot cocoa you may never want a regular hot chocolate again.  This would be fantastic when you host a bonfire at your house and you want to really make something special to serve your guests. 

Check out our Bonfire Party Link at the bottom of the page for some ideas for your next get-together. 

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S’more Hot Chocolate Recipe

Supplies you will need for S’more hot chocolate:

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Ingredients:

  • 1 Tablespoon Cocoa Powder
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1/8 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract (Snag our recipe)
  • 4 Tablespoons Sugar (you substitute this for a few drops of stevia)
  • Graham Crackers crumbled
  • Now for the heat – add just a smidge of cayenne pepper (if desired)
  • Chocolate Syrup (snag our recipe)
  • Small Marshmallows
  • Whipped Cream

 

Directions:

Get your pot ready and a whisk and have your favorite mug ready, because it won’t be long now. Soon we will be sipping this delicious steamy mug of wonderful!

Pour a bit of your chocolate syrup onto a plate. If it is too thick you can heat it a bit to thin it out but it should be fine. You want to pour it the size of your mug or mugs if you are sharing. 
Open up your package of graham crackers and then crumble the graham crackers well into another saucer or plate.
Dip the rim of the cup into the chocolate syrup then into the graham crackers. Set aside and allow to cure. So they won’t just fall off the moment you go to pour the hot chocolate in the mug. That would be horrible!
 
Pour the milk in a saucepan, to this add the sugar, vanilla, and powdered chocolate or carob. If desired add just a bit of cayenne to add some warmth. Wisk this until well combined, and allow to heat. Whisk periodically to avoid sticking. You don’t want to scorch the milk so don’t turn the burner up too high.
When the hot chocolate is hot enough for you then begin to ladle the hot chocolate into the prepared mug.
Here you want to grab your little marshmallows and sprinkle them onto the top of the hot chocolate and use a torch to char them just a bit.
Grab your bottle of homemade chocolate syrup and then swirl a bit of the chocolate syrup over the top.  To this add a pinch of graham crackers, and top with a little whipped cream if you don’t like marshmallows and you are ready to serve! This would be a great addition to a hot chocolate bar.
 

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Delicious Homemade S'more Hot Chocolate

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Delicious and cozy s'more hot chocolate recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 Tablespoon Cocoa Powder
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1/8 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
  • 4 Tablespoons Sugar
  • Graham Crackers crumbled
  • Chocolate Syrup
  • Small Marshmallows
  • Whipped Cream

Instructions

Directions:

Pour a bit of chocolate syrup onto a plate.

Crumble graham crackers into another saucer.

Dip the rim of the cup into the chocolate syrup then into the graham crackers. Set aside and allow to cure.

Heat milk in a saucepan, add sugar, vanilla, and chocolate, and if you want a pinch of cayenne pepper. Wisk this up until combined, and allow to heat.

Ladle into the prepared mug.

Add marshmallows to the top and use a torch to char them just a bit.

Swirl a bit of chocolate syrup over the top, add a pinch of graham crackers, and top with whipped cream.


Did you know that 45 million pounds of marshmallows are roasted each summer in America alone?

Where did marshmallows come from? 

Marshmallows originally were made from the root of the herb marshmallow that has long been touted for its ability to treat a sore throat.  Marshmallow root is most commonly used but the leaves and flowers are also helpful. As far back as ancient Greece and Rome it was used as a treatment for the lungs and throat as well as topically for things like burns and was said to help prevent gangrene.  IThe marshmallow root was cooked to a syrupy consistency.  Later in France, they mixed this with foamed eggs and sugar to make a lozenge as a treatment for sore throat.  The marshmallows no longer contain marshmallow (the herb) but is mostly made of corn syrup and sugar.

 

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