I love hot chocolate and this Orange Hot Chocolate takes it up to a whole new level of yumminess! And the best part is that this is so incredibly easy to make, with only two ingredients needed. Keep reading for the full recipe and all the details on how to make this yourself.
Orange Hot Chocolate
It is winter which means I am perpetually cold. Which makes me long for comfort foods and yummy warm drinks. So I make hot chocolate waaaaaay too often. And I’m not at all upset about it.
Even my three-year-old asks me almost every day for warm hot chocolate. I’ve created a monster who is basically me…but in toddler form. Hahaha
I don’t know if I am proud or worried that her love of chocolate is as strong as mine is.
What is orange hot cocoa?
Classic hot chocolate is so yummy. But this simple 2 ingredient recipe for Orange Hot Chocolate is absolutely divine! Orange hot chocolate is simply hot chocolate made with orange-flavored chocolate.
What ingredients do you need to make flavored hot cocoa?
You only need two ingredients to make flavored hot chocolate. Yes, you read that right, only 2. You only need Lindt Orange Truffles and hot milk. That’s it!
This is so simple to make, so delicious, totally creamy and amazing, orange hot chocolate! Yum, yum, yum!
Yes, there are other ways you can make flavored hot cocoa. You can add syrup to your hot cocoa like they do at most coffee shops. Or you can buy flavored hot cocoas. But honestly, this is so super yummy and simple to make. This method also doesn’t commit you to making large batches if you don’t want to.
Is it difficult to make orange hot chocolate?
It is super simple to make this orange hot cocoa. This is so simple it feels like cheating to even call this a recipe. Because it literally takes two ingredients.
You can make this in a cinch. Your kids can make it (with proper supervision of course).
You could even create a whole hot cocoa bar using this basic idea as a concept! Seriously so much fun! And so tasty!
What is the secret to delicious orange hot cocoa?
Are you ready for my secret?
Lindt Orange Chocolate Truffles.
Yup. That is the secret to this amazing chocolate hot cocoa.
Can you make hot cocoa with only 2 ingredients?
Yes, you sure can make hot cocoa with only two ingredients! For this delicious recipe, you will simply need Lindt Truffles and hot milk!
Seriously. That’s all you need for the most delicious hot cocoa ever!
No, this post is not sponsored. I just happen to love Lindt truffles and while eating one (i.e. one whole bag) the other day I realized how easy it would be to put a couple of these into a glass of warm milk and turn it into tasty and delicious flavored hot cocoa! So much fun right!?
What is Lindt Hot Chocolate?
Lindt hot chocolate is something I made up, but it is absolutely delicious. Simply add Lindt truffles into hot milk and stir for the most delicious Lindt Hot Chocolate ever!
It is rich and creamy just like Lindt truffles and oh-so-delicious! Seriously, you are going to love this!
(And no I am not claiming that I created this concept first, but I hadn’t seen this before at the time I thought of it and created it in January 2017.)
Orange Hot Chocolate Recipe
- 8 oz Milk
- 2-3 Orange Lindt Truffles (affiliate link included for your convenience)
- Whipped Cream (optional but recommended)
- Warm milk using your preferred method. I usually put mine in the microwave for 1.5 minutes (time will vary depending on microwave). But the stovetop works too, especially if you are heating up milk for more than one cup of hot cocoa.
- Once the milk is heated thoroughly, add 2-3 orange Lindt truffles (or flavor of your choice) into the milk and stir until melted and well-mixed.
- Add whipped cream on top if you like.
Snag the printable recipe below.
See!? This could not be any easier! But it is so insanely delicious! And of course, you could use any flavor of Lindt Truffles if there is another flavor you like better.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 392 Total Fat: 9g Saturated Fat: 5g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 3g Cholesterol: 26mg Sodium: 140mg Carbohydrates: 70g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 10g Sugar: 40g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 13g
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