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Coconut Hot Chocolate from The Crafted Sparrow {Christmas Tradition Series}

Welcome Rebecca from The Crafted Sparrow. We love Rebecca’s blog. Her pictures are beautiful and she is such an inspiration for crafty goodness! Can’t wait to try her delicious Coconut Hot Chocolate!
Hi friends! I’m Rebecca and you can find me over at The Crafted Sparrow where I’m sharing all the fun things I love and create daily.
I’m so honored to be here today and excited to share a little Christmas tradition that my family enjoys every year. When I was a kid my mom would load me and my brother in to the car around Christmas to drive around the nearby neighborhoods to enjoy all the Christmas light displays. This is a tradition I have held on to and continued with my boys. On Christmas Eve each year we wait for Santa & his Elves drop of the boys Christmas pj’s on the front doorstep. Then they get dressed and we all load in to the car with a cup of hot chocolate, and drive through the best lit neighborhoods to oooh & ahhh over our favorite light displays. This year I thought I’d
– 2 Cups 2% Milk
– 1 Can Coconut Milk
– 2 Tablespoons Cocoa Powder
– 3 Tablespoons Sugar
– 7 oz. Semi-sweet Chocolate Chips {about 3/4 of the bag}
– 1 Tsp. Mexican Vanilla Extract {use regular vanilla extract if you don’t have Mexican Vanilla}
– Shredded Coconut {optional}
– Whipped Cream {optional}
– Sugar Free Coconut Flavored Syrup {optional if you want more coconut flavor}


1. Begin by toasting your shredded coconut. Sprinkle it evenly on a baking sheet and place in a pre-heated 350* oven. Be careful and watch it and toss occasionally so it doesn’t burn. This should only take a few minutes. Remove from oven and let cool.
2. In a large sauce pan over medium-high heat add the following ingredients:  milk, coconut milk, semi-sweet chocolate chips, Mexican vanilla, cocoa powder, & sugar. Using a wire whisk to mix, keep a close eye on it for a few minutes so your chocolate chips don’t burn to the bottom of the pan. Whisk occasionally until thoroughly heated through. {I added 2 pumps from my sugar free coconut flavored syrup to give my hot chocolate a little more coconut flavor, this is up to you and not necessary.}
3. Pour in to your favorite mugs and top with whipped cream & toasted coconut.


This Coconut Hot Chocolate is so divine and rich, you will love it! Thank you again to all the lovely girls here at The Crafting Chicks, I have loved being here. I hope you will stop by and see me sometime at The Crafted Sparrow. Here are a few of my other Christmas ideas for you to check out.


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