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How to make vegan homemade hot chocolate

Great for pre or post snow shoveling activities.

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INGREDIENTS
Get your Almond Milk. Use pre-boxed or if you really want a pure product, check out my guide for making your own almond milk. I felt like being lazy today.

Get your Almond Milk. Use pre-boxed or if you really want a pure product, check out my guide for making your own almond milk. I felt like being lazy today.

Add 2 cups to a sauce pan.

Add 2 cups to a sauce pan.

Get your raw cacao and add 2 Tablespoons.

Get your raw cacao and add 2 Tablespoons.

Get your Agave Nectar and add 1 Tablespoon.

Get your Agave Nectar and add 1 Tablespoon.

Mix all your ingredients together. I like to use an egg beater.  Note: At this point, you could totally drink this cold as chocolate milk.

Mix all your ingredients together. I like to use an egg beater. Note: At this point, you could totally drink this cold as chocolate milk.

Turn on the heat to high and warm thoroughly for 3-4 minutes or until you reach your desired drinking temperature. Use a spoon to stir and test the temp frequently.

Turn on the heat to high and warm thoroughly for 3-4 minutes or until you reach your desired drinking temperature. Use a spoon to stir and test the temp frequently.

Ladle your hot chocolate into a cup or two and add whatever toppings you like. Personally I like mine as is. This has a delicious, rich, dark chocolate flavor with just a hint of sweetness. Enjoy!

  • 2.0c Almond Milk
  • 2.0Tbsp Raw Cacao
  • 1.0Tbsp Agave Nectar