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Slow-Cooker White Chocolate Hot Cocoa

By Corey Valley
Created January 10, 2017
Whether you serve it spiked or piled high with whipped cream, this tasty twist on cocoa will warm your guests to their toes.

Baby, it's cold outside! This easy cocoa recipe will warm you up on brisk winter days and is the perfect drink to serve at any cold-weather gathering. The recipe makes a rich, chocolate-y cocoa that feels more like dessert. Once it's done cooking, it can hang out in the slow-cooker on the warm setting while you entertain. 

Place white chocolate chips, milk, heavy cream and vanilla into a 4-quart slow cooker. (You’ll find the exact list of ingredients in the recipe below!)


Cover and cook on low 2 to 2 1/2 hours, stirring every 30 minutes. Once done, serve right away, or switch slow-cooker to a warm setting to keep hot until ready to serve. Top each serving with whipped cream and mini marshmallows. If you want to turn this in to an adults-only, alcoholic treat, simply add 1 ounce of coffee liquor to your cup before pouring in the cocoa.