{Dairy-Free} Mocha Hot Chocolate

TUESDAY TREAT from Lexiscleankitchen.com‘Tis the season for warm drinks and comforting winter treats! Making your own homemade hot chocolate is so easy and everyone in your family is sure to love it. No powders filled with one too many ingredients, just simple and fresh plus the addition of a mid-day coffee… perfection. So, if you aren’t reaching for that cocktail tonight, cozy up by the fire with some homemade hot cocoa!

Dairy-Free Mocha Hot ChocolateDairy-Free Mocha Hot Chocolate

Dairy-Free Mocha Hot Chocolate

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  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips of choice
  • 2-3 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk, depending on how chocolatey you want it!
  • 1 cup freshly brewed coffee
  • 1 tbsp raw honey

Dairy-Free Whipped Cream


  • In a saucepan heat chocolate and almond milk and stir well until combined
  • Add coffee and raw honey and stir well
  • Pour into your mug and top with dairy-free whipped cream for an extra treat
  • Dairy-Free Whipped Cream
  • Remove can from fridge and turn upside down
  • Use a can opener to open and scoop out the thick into a bowl
  • Add vanilla extract and whip using a hand blender
  • Taste and add more vanilla/sweetener as desired
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