Introduction: How to Make Your Hot Chocolate the Ultimate Hot Chocolate

After going outside and sledding, nothing beats a cup of fresh hot chocolate.  In this instructable I am going to share my favorite things to put in hot chocolate. 

Step 1: Candy Canes

I absolutely love to put candy canes in my hot chocolate, before and after I heat it up.  A substitute for candy canes can be peppermint extract.  They both add a great refreshing taste to hot chocolate. 

Step 2: Added Chocolate

I like to add extra chocolate to my hot chocolate because it adds to the creaminess of the hot chocolate.  I prefer smaller chocolate such as chocolate chips over Hershey's Kisses because they melt faster.  

Step 3: Marshmallows

Marshmallows are a classic hot chocolate item.  I love them because... I don't know.  I just like to put them in my hot chocolate.  I have heard of putting marshmallow creme in because it's just that: creamier.  I couldn't tell you from personal experience.

Step 4: Dairy Products

Finally I have dairy products.  I always heat up my hot chocolate more than necessary then add milk.  Once again, creaminess.  I also like whipped cream for the same reason as marshmallows.  I don't know.  I hope you like my instructable, it was made for the stay warm contest by Scoochmaroo.  

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dmcdonell (author)2011-12-11

uh, the title was the ultimate hot chocolate, not what you add to it, how did you make it?

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If you can suggest a better name, I'll change it. And for your info, I made it with instant stuff. A number 10 can if it pleases you.

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Sorry for being rude. :)

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nqs (author)2011-12-12

instead of candy canes, try the little peppermint discs in your cup. I prefer the butterscotch ones, but i can find either flavor in a medium sized bag (dunno, maybe 100 pieces?) at wally world for $1.

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furrysalamander (author)nqs2011-12-12

Yup. Just depends on what you have on hand.

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dmcdonell (author)2011-12-11

Perhaps "making your cup of hot chocolate taste even yummier"...?

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