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Crock-Pot Thick & Creamy Hot Chocolate

Vegetarian • Gluten free • 2 hrs to make • Serves 8

Baking & Spices

1/4 cup Cocoa powder, Unsweetened
2 cups Semi-sweet chocolate chips
2 tsp Vanilla extract, Pure

Dairy

1 (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk, Sweetened
2 cups Heavy whipping cream
6 cups Milk
  • Laurie Fraser

    Crock-Pot Hot Chocolate - if it's cold enough for the Christmas party this year....

  • Becky Thomas

    Crock Pot Hot Cocoa- Thank you Crock Pot Ladies for saving the day after I discovered the crock pot cocoa I pinned a few weeks ago did not lead to a recipe. You rock! Making this today

  • Tracy

    Crockpot Thick & Creamy Hot Chocolate

  • Jen Rusak

    Crock Pot Thick and Creamy Hot Chocolate

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