A rich and creamy slow cooker salted caramel hot chocolate recipe that will warm up your bones on those chilly Winter nights.
For me, hot chocolate is a total comfort food — perfect for chilly Winter nights. Whether it is traditional hot cocoa, white hot chocolate, or pink velvet hot chocolate, a nice hot cup of cocoa has an amazing way of warming up my whole body.
Today I have a new hot chocolate recipe to share with you — salted caramel hot chocolate. Amazingly rich and creamy, this hot chocolate recipe is easy to make right in your crock pot or slow cooker.
Let’s face it. There is something amazing about combining sweet and salty flavors.
That is why salted caramel has become a favorite flavor combo with many. You can find the flavor in ice cream, boxed chocolates, cheesecake, and even hot chocolate.
If salted caramel hot chocolate sounds good to you, you’ve come to the right place.
Slow cooker salted caramel hot chocolate
This slow cooker salted caramel hot chocolate recipe is absolutely perfect for holiday entertaining. Imagine serving this when you host a cookie swap?
It would even be perfect for when the kids are home on a snow day.
Place the ingredients in your slow cooker and let it do all the work while you enjoy the snow with the children. Then, some in and enjoy the hot and creamy hot cocoa.
Regardless of when you serve this hot cocoa, one thing is for certain. Everyone is going to love warming up with a cup of this delicious drink.
For a real treat, serve with of few homemade marshmallows — yum!
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- 2 cups milk chocolate chips
- ¾ cup caramel sauce
- 4 cups milk
- 2 cups heavy cream
- 1 tsp vanilla
- ½ tsp coarse sea salt
- Combine the milk chocolate chips, caramel sauce, milk, and heavy cream in your crockpot.
- Cook on low for 2-3 hours, stirring occasionally.
- Once the chocolate is melted and the ingredients are combined and warmed through, stir in vanilla and sea salt. Serve warm.
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This recipe was shared on Meal Plan Monday over at SouthernBite.com.