Rudolph Hot Chocolate

DianaChristmas, Drinks, Recipes, Seasons4 Comments

Rudolph Hot Chocolate

Rudolph Hot Chocolate

Christmas is looming.  We are getting into the festive spirit with Rudolph Hot Chocolate.  Super easy to make, these would be a great Christmas Eve treat for little ones.  not so little ones may appreciate them too.Rudolph Hot Chocolate

Ingredients

For 2 cups of hot chocolate

  • Milk – enough to fill your two glasses
  • Cadbury Hot Chocolate Mix (or your preferred brand)
  • Half a curly wurly
  • 2 raspberries or strawberries
  • 4 Googlie Eyes  (use slices of banana if you cant get or make these)

For an adult twist, add a slug or rum.

Alternative Hot Chocolate Ideas

Method

First make the antlers by cutting the curly wurly in half, and then the half diagonally.Hot Chocolate

For the Rudolph eyes and nose, you will need googlie eyes and a piece of red fruit.  If you cant get  find the googlie eyes in a shop, you could make your own with fondant icing (or even use two slices of banana).  The nose works well with a strawberry, a red grape, or a red M&M / skittle.Rudolph Hot ChocolateFor maximum impact (so that the brown hot chocolate is visible) the Rudolph Hot Chocolate should be made in heat proof glasses.  If you don’t have any, jam jars make a good alternative.  Make up your hot chocolate according to the package instructions (or use your own favourite recipe).Amazing Hot Chocolate IdeasFill the glasses with steaming hot chocolate, and top with swirls of squirty cream.
Christmas Hot ChocolateAdd the antlers, eyes and nose – and the Rudolph Hot Chocolate is ready to go.Rudolph Hot Chocolate

Now how many sleeps until Chrsitmas……

DianaRudolph Hot Chocolate

4 Comments on “Rudolph Hot Chocolate”

    1. Diana

      gracias. sí, es muy fácil. Espero que te las arregles para intentarlo en casa. encontrar Curly Wurlys en España puede ser un poco complicado. espero que puedas encontrar algo adecuado.

      Thanks. Yes it’s quite easy. I hope you will try it yourself. You may find sourcing Curly Wurlys a bit tricky – hopefully you can find a suitable alternative. Xx

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