Frozen Hot Chocolate 

It hasn’t gotten too cold here in Texas! The weather is cold enough for a jacket, but still hot enough (in my opinion) for frozen hot chocolate. So I thought, well, why not share this super easy but delicious recipe? It only requires a couple of ingredients and a blender! How easy is that?


As you guys know I’m officially on thanksgiving break, but that didn’t stop my teachers to give me an abundance of homework! I mean come on teachers. “Break” means a BREAK, right? Anyway sorry for that rant, haha! Let’s get on with the recipe. 🙂


YIELD: 4 servings PREP TIME: 5 minutes

BLEND TIME: 5 minutes TOTAL TIME: 10 minutes


  • 4 ounces semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 4 teaspoon hot chocolate mix
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1 1/2 cups milk
  • 3 cups ice
  • Whipped cream
  • Chocolate chips or chocolate shavings


  1. Start by melting chocolate chips (use double broiler method or in a sauce pan).
  2. Add hot chocolate mix and sugar.
  3. Remove from heat and add 1/2 cup milk.
  4. In a blender add 1 cup of milk, chocolate mixture, and ice.
  5. Blend until consistency is to your liking.
  6. Pour into cups, top off with whipped cream, and chocolate shavings. Enjoy!


  • I used Swiss Miss hot chocolate mix, but you can use your favorite hot chocolate mix!
  • I made my whipped cream (cold heavy cream and sugar, whipped).

Adapted from: here

2 thoughts on “Frozen Hot Chocolate 

  1. Omg you’re on break already?! We have two days of this week (i.e. Monday + Tuesday). I hope you’ll enjoy it even though you have an abundance of homework 😛 I’ve learned just to accept whenever there’s a day off that’s called ‘break,’ expect more homework than usual. ;|
    This looks so cozy and comforting 😀


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