For hot chocolate with a taste of hazelnet, use Nutella instead of cocoa.
I love hot chocolate and I could always use a cup of hot chocolate early in the morning when it feels a little chilly or late at night when I need a boost in energy or warmth before I sleep.
I have always made hot chocolate the traditional way, until a few months ago when I chanced upon a Nutella Hot Chocolate recipe, and it was like “duh, why haven’t I thought of that?”
With my son hooked on Nutella now, I always have a tub of Nutella in my pantry that I could easily reach out to.
Previously, I have shared a few very popular Nutella recipes such as Nutella cheesecake, mini Nutella cheesecake, Nutella swirl pound cake, this Nutella hot chocolate recipe has become a staple in my house.
Needless to say, my son who doesn’t like plain milk is now enjoying his milk after I started adding some Nutella to his milk in the morning!
Anyone can make this simple Nutella hot chocolate and it takes no more than 5 minutes for a steamy, nutty, and absolutely drinkable Nutella hot chocolate.
If you like, you can also pipe in some whipped cream before serving, or add a splash or two of cocoa powder or cinnamon powder to your liking.
It can be as interesting as you want it to be.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 312 calories per serving.
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- 1 1/2 cups plain milk
- 4-5 tablespoons nutella
- cocoa powder
- Heat up the milk on medium heat until it bubbles, add in the Nutella, stir to combine well or until the Nutella dissolves completely.
- Pour the milk into two cups and add sugar to taste. Add a dash or two of cocoa powder before drinking.
Notice: Nutrition is auto-calculated, using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where relevant, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.