Since I made those awesome peppermint marshmallows for yesterday's post, I wanted something else to do with them, beyong just eating them all. This hot chocolate on a stick was going around a couple of years ago, and I've been meaning to make it for ages.
It's basically a not-too-sweet fudge, that, when melted into a mug of warm milk, turn into delicious hot cocoa!
As you can see, I used my homemade marshmallows, but it would be delicious with store-bought as well.
- 1/2 C. Heavy Cream
- 14 oz. Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 3 C. Semisweet Chocolate Chips
- 4 oz. Unsweetened Chocolate (Chopped)
- Lollipop sticks
- Baker's Secret 8″x8″ pan, lined with parchment paper
Heat the cream and sweetened condensed milk over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally, until it's steaming.
Remove pan from heat and add all the chocolate.
Let sit for about 10 minutes, then put back on medium-low heat and stir with whisk until chocolate is completely melted and shiny… it totally looks like frosting at this point.
Pour melted chocolate into parchment-lined pan and spread chocolate as level as you possibly can, and let it sit overnight.
Once the chocolate has set up, remove from pan (it will come out easily with the parchment) and cut into squares. I warmed my knife in a mug of hot water to make it a little easier to cut through.
Put squares on sticks, with marshmallow and then you're done! You can package them up in little cello bags and they're ready to go!
Now, want to win a new 8″x8″ non-stick pan from Baker's Secret? And the 9″x13″ I used to make the marshmallows? Enter below!
Disclosure: I received 2 free baking pans from Baker's Secret to be used for this post (and tomorrow's post!) All opinions are my own, and no further compensation was received.
I would make brownies.
Brownies. For sure. 🙂
I want to make some caramel brownies.
Liza @ Views From the 'Ville says
My Mom’s Rocky Road Fudge recipe 🙂
Andrea B says
I love baking and your recipes look awesomE!
OH my the recipe looks so so good. YUM.
I would make lemon squares.
something to go with thanksgiving dinner
I would make a cranberry cake.
Amy W. says
I would make some pumpkin bars.
Susan Christy says
Brownies! Probably peanut butter swirl.
Whitney Lindeman says
I’d love to try baking a gluten-free chocolate cake!