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The Perfect Winter's Hot Chocolate

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Cooking time

Prep: 2 minutes Cook:

Skill level

Easy

Servings

1

The perfect Winter's hot chocolate super easy and delicious when made.

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Ingredients

  • 2 tsp Options Instant Hot Chocolate Plain
  • Scooshie cream
  • Marshmallows of your choice
  • Boiling water
  • A splash of milk
  • M&S White Chocolate Cookies

Method

  1. Boil your kettle and get your favourite mug out. Put 2 teaspoons of hot chocolate powder into your mug. It depends how creamy or strong you like your hot chocolates. On top of the powder put in a shake of cinnamon quite a bit but not a lot.

  2. Now put in the boiling water about 2/3 of your cup. When the steam comes off have a smell it should smell like Christmas in a mug! Give it a stir trying to get all the lumps away.

  3. Next get the milk and put as much as you think you need. Remember that the cream will also act as a bit of your milk. Then sprinkle on some marshmallows. To top it off get your cinnamon and sprinkle on top to finish it off!

  4. Open your white chocolate M&S (these are heaven once you have one you can't stop) Dip it in to make it nice and soggy or crunch your way through them whilst watching a Christmas movie! If you have any comments or suggestions I will happily take them on board!

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