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Iced Hot Chocolate
Frozen Hot Chocolate

"It doesn’t matter what you call it they all taste delicious!"

Iced hot chocolate is my favourite type of hot chocolate. I can drink it any time anywhere usually with cream and ice-cream and extra chocolate it's more of a dessert than a drink, well by the time I have finished making it it is!

Visit my hot chocolate mix page and choose from my hot chocolate mix recipe or my gourmet hot chocolate mix recipe then:

Place 2-3 heaped tablespoons of the chocolate mix into a large glass. Mix to a smooth paste with a little boiling water. Then top with icy cold milk and stir until blended. For a real chocolate hit add a scoop of chocolate ice cream and top with a dollop of freshly whipped cream. Why not go over the top and make it chocolate cream. Dust with more chocolate mix, grated chocolate or a chocolate curl.

For a really frozen hot chocolate take 2-3 heaped tablespoons of your favourite hot chocolate mix and blend with a small amount of boiling water to make a paste. Add ½ cup of milk and mix until smooth. Add this to a blender with 2 cups of ice and another 1 cup of milk. Blend on high speed until the ice is broken up and slushy. Pour into a large glass. This is also sometimes known as a Chocolate Frappe.

Now you can build on this – you could also add two scoops of your favourite chocolate or vanilla ice-cream before blending. Top with a dollop of freshly whipped chocolate cream. Dust with more chocolate mix, grated chocolate or a chocolate curl. And why not as it is an iced hot chocolate add a few marshmallows as well.

I think if you followed all these ideas this is going to end up more of a chocolate dessert for two if so add two chocolate wafers and serve with two spoons and straws!

To have iced hot chocolate always on hand a little forward planning is needed. Make enough hot chocolate for four people. Make it double strength (4 tablespoons per serve). Freeze the cooled chocolate drink in ice-cube trays. Once frozen store them in an airtight container in the freezer. When you feel the need for an iced chocolate just add 2 cups of ice cubes to 1 ½ cups of milk in a blender. Blend on high until you have your desired texture. Easy now decorate or just enjoy!

OK if you are wondering what an iced hot chocolate or a frozen hot chocolate is just remember you may know and love them as iced chocolate or frozen cocoa! It’s all the same wonderful taste.

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Need more ideas for hot chocolate then click here. I have ideas for all sorts of hot chocolates. Spicy, hot hot chilli chocolate, peppermint hot chocolate and more. You can of course make all these and chill them for those hot days just add ice to serve.

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