After a day of fun in the snow —when it's so cold that it seems like your fingers are made from frost themselves—there's nothing better than wrapping your hands around a steaming mug of hot chocolate. We know that homemade hot chocolate provides so much more flavor than boxed varieties, and it's surprisingly easy and well worth the effort to whip up this comforting wintertime treat from scratch, especially with our tried-and-true recipes. We've rounded up 10 recipes that strike a perfect balance between the warm, rich notes of chocolate and the creamy smoothness of whole milk. And if you don't drink milk, don't worry! We've also included recipes that use other non-dairy or alt milks.
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This is part of BA's Best , a collection of our essential recipes. Whisk in 3 Tbsp. Whisk in chocolate and sugar and cook, whisking frequently, until mixture is smooth and creamy and chocolate is melted, about 5 minutes. My tongue just got hugged by chocolate.