Ginger Infused Hot Chocolate: Have You Tried This Warming Ginger Hot Chocolate Yet?
- Ritisha Garg
Updated : January 20, 2022 05:01 IST
It's officially the season of relishing a cup of hot chocolate. This time, give this ginger-infused hot chocolate a try.
In our list of hot and pleasing winter beverages, hot chocolate is the one you can never think of missing out on. Hot chocolate is one of the popular drinks in the world that is full of decadence and heavenly flavours. As we are getting closer to the winter season, we all feel a sudden urge to sip on a piping hot yet comforting beverage that can soothe our souls and act as a remedy for chilly nights or nippy mornings. Hot chocolate is the easiest drink you can think of making as you don’t have to worry about the complicated brewing steps and can prepare it in less than a few minutes. Unlike an overly sweet hot chocolate that you love slurping on, we have got you a spice flavoured ginger hot chocolate. Did you know that when hot chocolate first came into being, it was put together without the addition of sugar and instead made with a hint of spices? Just like other hot chocolates out there, ginger hot chocolate is easily blended using warm milk, cocoa powder, melted chocolate, and cinnamon for flavour with a hint of freshly grated ginger, that is finally topped off with fresh whipped cream. What's unique is the taste. A ginger hot chocolate tastes less chocolatey and is packed with an intense flavour of ginger that you can feel with every sip. Ginger offers us a load of health benefits that help in curing a common cold, sore throat, or flu. So, stay healthy and warm this winter by treating yourself to a ginger-infused hot chocolate at home.
- A glass of milk
- 2 tablespoons cocoa powder
- 3 tablespoons of freshly grated ginger
- Pinch of cinnamon
- Sugar as per taste
- Whipped cream ( for topping)
Steps in the making-
- First heat the milk in a saucepan.
- Now add milk into a blender and mix it with cocoa and ginger.
- Strain into a glass and sprinkle a pinch of cinnamon over the top.
- Finally, top it off with whipped cream.
- There you go, your ginger hot chocolate is winter-ready.