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White Hot Chocolate

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Prep: 3 minutes Cook: 2 minutes

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Serves 1

This is an extremely simple way to make a delicious white hot chocolate. This is done without the use of any cocoa powder.

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  • Milk (any milk is fine, I use semi-skimmed)
  • White Chocolate


  1. Add enough milk to fill your desired cup.

  2. Warm milk in the microwave for around 2 minutes, be careful as the cup and the milk will be quite hot when you come to take it out.

  3. Boil some water in a small saucepan.

  4. Add 50g of white chocolate into a heatproof bowl and warm until the chocolate has nearly melted, keep stirring to prevent it form burning.

  5. Remove the chocolate from the pan, keep it in the bowl as the remaining heat will fully melt the chocolate, keep stirring until fully melted.

  6. Pour the chocolate into the cup of hot milk and stir until they have blended together and the milk has turned to a white chocolate colour.

  7. Sprinkle some cocoa powder on top to finish and enjoy.

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