Hot Chocolate is a go-to during the holidays, but how can you make that hot comfort drink your own, and make guests notice something different? For people who want something more than marshmallows and peppermint sticks, keep reading.

1. Cinnamon:

Put a pinch of cinnamon in your hot cocoa to shake things up. Friends and family will be wanting the secret.

2. Butterscotch topping:

This one seems like a no-brainer. So why haven’t you tried it before?

3. A bit of chocolate:

Melt a bit of chocolate into your instant mix chocolate, and you’ll find the flavor improves exponentially.

4. Ginger:

Only if you feel daring. A strange but delicious twist.

5. Chili Powder:

If you don’t believe us, just take a look at Mexican hot chocolate recipes. Our brothers down south have it figured out.

 6. Peanut Butter:

Reese’s lovers unite around this new favorite. Just plop a little peanut butter in your steaming mug, and let it melt to create an amazing concoction.

7. Maple syrup

This legendary topping does well in hot chocolate, just like it does well on a thousand breakfast foods.

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