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A mug of pink unicorn hot chocolate with marshmallows, sprinkles and whipped cream.
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Recipe by Jackie Thesing

Unicorn Hot Chocolate

This unicorn hot chocolate is a spin on homemade white hot chocolate. This recipe is a great way to get kids involved in making their hot chocolate and adding their favorite toppings. Simply add a few drops of pink or blue food coloring to color the white hot chocolate. You can substitute artificial coloring with a few drops of beet juice or other natural ingredients. Then top with colorful natural sprinkles, homemade whipped cream and whatever your inner unicorn desires!

5 MIN PREP
5 MIN COOK
8 MIN TOTAL
2 servings
Ingredients
2 cups Organic Valley Whole Milk
A small bowl of sugar.
2 tablespoons granulated sugar or organic cane sugar
A small bowl of sugar.
White Chocolate
¼ cup white chocolate (2 ounces)
White Chocolate
A small bottle of vanilla extract.
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
A small bottle of vanilla extract.
Natural beet food coloring
Natural or organic food coloring
Natural beet food coloring

Directions

If you would just like to have white hot chocolate, simply omit the food coloring and enjoy!
Using white baking chocolate is recommended over chocolate chips as it melts and incorporates into the milk more easily.
For best results, heat the ingredients in a small saucepan on the stovetop on low-medium heat, stirring occasionally. You can also heat in the microwave.
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