6 A Frozen Hot Chocolate

Frozen Hot ChocolateI saw this recipe on My Kitchen Cafe when I first started this blog. I vowed I would make it...and I'm so glad I did!

Frozen...hot...sounds like an oxymoron, but this really works! I took my favorite hot chocolate, Stephen's Chocolate Mint Truffle and combined it with semi-sweet chocolate chips. I had some half and half on hand, so that made it extra heavenly!

Since my husband and I were the only ones home, I cut the recipe in half. After gulping the last drop, I kind of wished I made a full batch!

One of my goals is to try a new recipe and post it here. Thanks, Melanie!

Frozen Hot Chocolate
from My Kitchen Cafe
(4x6 printable recipe) (full page recipe)
4 oz. of your favorite chocolate
2 t. store-bought hot chocolate powder
1 1/ T. sugar
1 1/2 c. milk
3 c. ice cubes
whipped cream
chocolate shavings, optional

Chop chocolate into small pieces and melt in microwave on low heat. (I just used chocolate chips and melted them in the microwave on high power for 1 min., stirred, and then 30 seconds more on high power).
Once melted, add hot chocolate mix and sugar, stirring constantly until thoroughly blended.
Slowly add 1/2 c. milk, stirring until smooth.
Cool to room temperature.
In blender, place remaining 1 c. of milk, chocolate mixture and ice.
Blend on high speed until smooth and consistency of a frozen daiquiri.


  1. Serendipity 3 in NYC makes a Frrrozen Hot Chocolate that is the best thing since chocolate itself. The recipe is similar to the one you have here with one main difference. They use (6) 1/2 oz of your favorite chocolate - and recommend using different kinds of chocolate.
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Oh thank you for posting this! I love hot chocolate and frozen hot chocolate. I first had it at Serendipity in NYC and bought some of the mix - but now I can make it myself (though I may need to wait for warmer weather!).

  3. Oooh, a mint take on this would be divine. Glad you liked it!

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  5. ooh, I like! Maybe with a splash of Kahlua or Bailey's

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  6. I finally made this.I am very surprised it only calls for 2 "t" of hot chocolate powder. Wow. I put in 1 T. I may have put in a few too many ice cubes. It was almost solid at first and tasted a bit watered down...too icy. Good concept. Added chocolate syrup to our second servings and that helped the flavor balance out. Thanks for sharing!


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