Cold weather means it’s time to sip on something warm. Cozy up by the fire and enjoy one of winter’s best drinks: hot chocolate. Go beyond the prepackaged hot chocolate and enjoy one of these great recipes! From orange-infused to Chai, there’s a hot chocolate recipe for everyone.

Red velvet cake mix gives this hot chocolate a colorful and tasty twist. No matter the occasion, this Red Velvet Hot Chocolate is the perfect drink to warm you up. (via Kirbie’s Cravings)


Chai tea lovers will want to try this Chai Spiced Hot Chocolate. Who can resist chocolate and the delicious taste of Chai tea together? (via Happy Hearted Kitchen)


Nothing goes better with hot chocolate than marshmallows and graham crackers. Add a dash of rum and you have the delicious Coconut Rum S’more Hot Chocolate (via Margaritas in the Rain).


Coffee and cinnamon go into this Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate Mocha. It’s the perfect party drink to keep the fun lasting all night (via Kitchen Treaty).


They holidays aren’t complete without a little gingerbread. This Gingerbread Hot Chocolate gives you the warmth of hot chocolate with the delicious taste of gingerbread (via Marriage and Laughter).


This Hazelnut Hot Chocolate is like Nutella you can drink. It’s a little twist on original hot chocolate, but we bet you’ll be hooked after one sip! (via Turntable Kitchen)


For a classic hot chocolate recipe with a whipped cream twist, try this Hot Chocolate with Coconut Whipped Cream. You’ll fall in love with the creamy texture. (via GI 365)


Milk infused with lavender buds gives this Lavender Hot Chocolate a comforting, fragrant flavor. (via Jessie Next Door).


Orange liqueur and orange peels give this Orange Hot Chocolate its fresh, signature flavor. (via Somewhere Over the Kitchen)


Hot chocolate doesn’t always have to be warm. This Pretzel Frozen Hot Chocolate recipe makes hot chocolate into a fun frozen treat. (via Minimalist Baker)


The cool taste of coconut whipped cream tops this Pumpkin Hot Chocolate. The mix of tropical and fall flavors will make you feel miles away from the grey and the gloom outside. (via Running to the Kitchen)


Time to spice things up! Cinnamon and nutmeg combine for a bold taste in this Spicy Hot Chocolate (via Whole Yum)

What’s your favorite ingredient to add to hot chocolate? The possibilities are endless!

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