Nothing says autumn like a steaming cup of hot chocolate, your favorite book, and a delicious and warm dessert to nibble at. Summer always seems to move too quickly and before you know it shorter days and cooler nights are settling in. And though the summer was fun and exciting, it's great to fall back into the familiar routine of fall television shows, football, sweaters, and pumpkin spiced treats.
Snuggle into the spirit of the season by enjoying one or all of these delicious hot chocolate combinations with a 90 Second Cake. Or consider sending the ingredients, recipes, and a couple sweet treats to a friend or family member who is in need of a little TLC.
Say goodbye to your classic hot chocolate recipe in exchange for these rich, creamy, and luxurious fall flavors. Each recipe only takes a couple moments to create but will delight your taste buds and really put you in the ultimate state of relaxation.
1. Caramel Hot Chocolate
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Caramel sauce with homemade whipping cream and powdered sugar are the things dreams are made of, and when you add dutch cocoa, this beverage exceeds all expectations. Don't forget to drizzle caramel sauce on top for presentation. Get the entire recipe on ChocolateMoosey.com.
2. Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate
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If eating peanut butter out of the jar is one of your guilty pleasures take a moment to make this delicious beverage. Your taste buds will thank you. This combination of creamy peanut butter with semi-sweet chocolate chips and chocolate syrup is sure to put a smile in your belly. Pair this peanut butter hot chocolate with the 90 Second Chocolate Cake for a match made in heaven. Get the entire recipe on NutmegGranny.com.
3. Banana Hot Chocolate
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You'll go 'bananas' for this thick and smooth hot chocolate recipe. A little blending goes a long way to turn a ripe banana into a delicious and semi healthy treat. Your kids won't know or care that there's fruit inside of this delicious treat. Get the entire recipe on ToriAvey.com.
4. Pumpkin Spice Hot Chocolate
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Sugar, spice, and everything nice will make this hot chocolate a must have in your home this season. Make a simple pumpkin puree by blending a few chunks of baked pumpkin flesh. Then mix the puree with a bit of milk, pumpkin spice, and white chocolate chips for a decadent beverage. Garnish with whipped cream and a cinnamon stick for full flare! Get the entire recipe on delish.com.
5. Cider Hot Chocolate