Better Hot Chocolate
Ditch the nasty packets! Make the most of this late winter storm with this real food hot chocolate recipe. Made with whole milk, real cocoa, raw honey, and a pinch of sea salt. It may just literally warm your soul.
It’s easy peasy: take about 8-10 ounces of milk (I use goat milk, but you can use grass-fed cow’s milk, or even almond milk) and mix in about a tablespoon of good-quality cocoa (Droste is good) in a small to medium saucepan. You’ll have to whisk it pretty well while it’s over medium-low heat. (Keep it on the lower end, as milk can scorch – milk likes low and slow). Real cocoa isn’t as easy to dissolve as cocoa mixes, but after 2-3 minutes it will completely dissolve. Heat it until it’s almost to a simmer, but not quite. The milk will be very hot and appear to thicken a little. Then stir in 2-3 teaspoons of real honey and a tiny pinch of sea salt.
The result will be a creamy, dark chocolate cocoa experience that you’ll look forward to on cool days. Marshmallows optional, but always fun.