Homemade Chocolate Popsicles for the best Hot Chocolate

Hi guys!

December is right around the corner, the days are getting shorter and it’s impossible to go outside without your thickest jacket and a scarf. Don’t even think about how cold your feet get from walking outside for a minute…

My ultimate solution: Homemade Hot Chocolate! And these Homemade Chocolate Popsicles make it even better πŸ˜‰

Hot Chocolate Popsicles

December also means Christmas and I believe these Chocolate Popsicles make the perfect drink for every cozy Christmas party! It may not look very Christmas-y but the feeling you get from drinking hot coco together sure is πŸ™‚

What do we need:

  • White Chocolate
  • Milk Chocolate
  • Dark Chocolate
  • Wooden spoons
  • Piping bags
  • Bowls to melt the chocolate in
  • Plastic cups
  • Toppings

Ingredients for our Homemade Chocolate Popsicles

How to:

  1. Melt your white, milk and dark chocolate in separate bowls. Do this by putting them in sessions of 30 seconds in the microwave and stir in between each session.
  2. Put the melted chocolate in piping bags. Use separate bags as well.
  3. Cut off the tip of the piping bags.
  4. Choose what kind of chocolate popsicles you want: all in one colour, 2 colours, 3 colours, …
  5. Pipe your chocolate in the cups the way you like.
  6. Put the spoons in the cups. Your spoons should be completely covered (not the handle)
  7. Add your toppings.
  8. Let the chocolate popsicles cool and harden.
  9. After the popsicles have completely hardened, pull them out the cups. It may take some serious pulling but I know you can pull it off πŸ˜‰
  10. Dip them in warm milk!
Hot Chocolate Popsicles before cooling
Before pulling them out
Hot Chocolate Popsicles for Hot Chocolate Milk
After πŸ™‚

I’ve tried something special: adding some salted caramel from Colac toΒ the popsicle. It worked! But you have to make sure you add just a little because the next layer of chocolate has to connect to the one before the caramel. Otherwise the popsicle won’t hold together.

I think restaurants or little tea rooms could easily make this for the holidays or just during Winter, don’t you think so too? πŸ˜€

Have a delicious day and a warm Winter ❀
xxx Sarah

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Source of inspiration: PS by Dila

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