No matter how you serve it, milk or white chocolate or hot or cold (frozen), I love it!
The top picture is my mom and I at Vosges in Soho, NY having a hot white chocolate infused with lavender and vanilla. It was smooth and fragrant.
Below that picture is me indulging in a frozen hot chocolate at the famous Serendipity 3 in New York.It was pretty delish but I will caution you that you have to spend like $9 a person on your total order. I think they have several people who have just wanted to come in for the frozen hot chocolate like my mom, sisters, and I. I would save the trip there and make it at your house.
Ok so a little trivia or maybe it isn't trivia for you but it was new for me. Did you know that there is a difference between hot cocoa and hot chocolate? Hot cocoa is made from cocoa powder, sugar, and milk. Hot chocolate is made from melting chocolate in hot milk.
I have always called it hot chocolate. I never said I want hot cocoa. So the question I am posting today is- Do you say hot cocoa or hot chocolate?
Don't forget to include with your answer, your name and email.
The gift today is Hot Chocolate on a stick from Sweetnuzz. It is a set of 6 variety package which includes milk or dark chocolate and flavors such as original, almond, and peppermint. Each are individually packaged which means you can enjoy one or two and gift the rest or keep them all for yourself. Haha! Serve homemade marshmallows with your cup of hot chocolate. Try my agave marshmallow recipe in my cookbook- Modern Hospitality: Simple Recipes with Southern Charm.