"Frozen" Hot Chocolate (Chocolate Quente Inspirado no Filme "Frozen")

Thursday, December 18, 2014

I can't say how many times I have seen the movie "Frozen" or how many times I have sang the song "Let it Go" with my kids, that's why I decided to create a hot chocolate inspired on their favorite film! Take a look:

Eu não consigo dizer quantas vezes eu vi o filme "Frozen" ou quantas vezes eu já cantei a música "Let It Go" com os meus filhos, é por isso que eu decidi criar um chocolate quente inspirado em no filme favorito deles! Dê uma olhada:



Recipe by Sweet Caroline

Ingredients (serves 2-3):
4 ounces of white chocolate, chopped
1 3/4 cups milk
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
Few drops of blue food coloring
Whipped cream
Blue sugar crystals

Directions:
In a small sauce pan over medium/low heat, add the chopped white chocolate and milk, bring to simmer (don't let it boil). Keep stirring until the chocolate is completely melted, remove from heat. Stir in vanilla extract and blue food coloring. Pour into mugs, serve with whipped cream and blue sugar crystals. Enjoy!

Receita por Sweet Caroline

Ingredientes (rendimento: 2-3 porções):
1/2 xícara de chocolate branco picado
1 3/4 xícaras de leite
1/4 colher de chá de essência de baunilha
Algumas gotas de corante alimentício azul
Chantilly
Cristais de açúcar azul

Modo de preparo:
Em uma panela pequena, em fogo médio/baixo, adicione o chocolate branco picado e leite, leve para esquentar (não deixe ferver). Continue mexendo até que o chocolate esteja completamente derretido, retire do fogo. Adicione essência de baunilha e corante alimentício azul. Despeje em canecas, sirva com chantilly e cristais de açúcar azul. Aproveite!

52 comments:

Miz Helen said...

Congratulations!
Your recipe is featured on our Special Edition of Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you have a very special day and enjoy your new Red Plate!
Miz Helen

Joyce @ Live Laugh Love Post said...

Great recipe! I'm sure that my little sisters will love this!! I've pinned this! Thanks for sharing :)

Anonymous said...

Land o lakes makes a great instant white chocolate hot chocolate would save a lot of time.....

Susan Clark said...

There's quite a trade-off on going with an instant cocoa mix. This is what your kids would be drinking instead of the simple pure ingrediants of the recipe above...

LAND O LAKES® Chocolate Supreme Cocoa Classics®

Ingredients: sugar, nonfat dry milk, whey, coconut oil, cocoa (processed with alkali), corn syrup solids, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, salt, dipotassium phosphate, cellulose gum, sodium caseinate, mono and diglycerides, natural and artificial flavors, soy lecithin, silicon dioxide, tetrasodium phosphate, polysorbate 60.

Anonymous said...

Susan the ingredients in the white chocolate in the bar form form has alot more additives and processing than the powedered form.....

Anonymous said...

Plus you posted the ingredients for chocolate supreme they sell a white chocolate version and the ingredients are different.

momma G said...

Anonymous...I just went and looked at both white chocolate chips and land-o-lakes white hot chocolate. HUGE difference! Maybe making it homemade is a little more work, but hey. My kids are so worth it!! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow... the woman made a special recipe for her kids and was nice enough to share it with us... get off her back.
Sounds like you need to put your feet up, have a nice warm beverage and CHILL.

Anonymous said...

I love this - but where did you get the cute little Olaf? Is he made with marshmallows? I would love to include that when serving,

Lisa M said...

What a wonderful recipe, just had to share it on our children's consignment page...we know our mom's will love it! Thanks for sharing. www.facebook.com/teatimeconsignmentboutique

Allyson said...

Definitely must try , my profoundly autistic Frozen loving 14 year old will love it :)
As for how good or bad the ingredients are, that is up to the individual because all the ingredients can be organic/addictive free and as good and healthy as you like.
This will be something my daughter will love to make and drink.
Thank you so much for sharing ⛄️👍😍

Allyson said...

Or even additive free though there is definite humour in Addictive 😂

Anonymous said...

Where did you get the Olaf? Did you make it? It looks like marshmallows.

Anonymous said...

The Olaf is the figure that comes with the 12" Elsa and Anna princess dolls

@ Moda e Eu. said...

wow
I loved its!

KISS
www.modaeeu.blogspot.com

amanda said...

Will regular blue food coloring make it that sky blue color or are they using a lighter blue color?

Anonymous said...

With the white chocolate and blue dye it should make it a sky blue. Because the blue mixes with the color of the drink. So it should lighten it.

Jessica said...

Yum! Though I would change/add one more thing: Use peppermint extract along with/instead of the vanilla.

Anonymous said...

You could do the Olaf out of homemade marshmellows. Just use ur figurine as a template and make a mold in powdered sugar. Would be cute.

Anonymous said...

Does there really need to be an argument over ingredients? I think not... this is a pretty cup of hot chocolate, just let it be. :)

Anonymous said...

Or I should have said, "Let it Go"...

Robin said...

I bought the ingredients today to make this for my granddaughter. She will be so excited. Is the Olaf a toy or did you make with fondant?

Kitty Wyman said...

Regular blue food coloring will work just fine, If you are worried about how light or dark it will be, Just do one drop at a time, until you have the desired shade. Food coloring is by far my favorite thing to play with when cooking for all occasions ^^, The less you use, the lighter it is, The more, the darker =)

To the Author, I absolutely love this, While Im not that big of a "frozen" fan, Winter solstice is my favorite holiday, and this is definetly what I will be making every winter to come. It is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Such a great job of creating this !!!

Anonymous said...

Blue food coloring is extra bad for your body tho. Sometimes it can even turn your skin blue. So watch out, don't add too much.

Elizabeth Fonseca said...

Thank you for sharing....easy, yummy, and made my family smile!! Thank you for giving us the cool moment together! :)

Anonymous said...

This is so cteative and I know it will catch every eye who loves the movie and watching their granddaughters enjoy it too. Ive got to try this. Thanks for sharing! And congratulations on it being shared in their magazine article. Its very creative. There are tons of things for kids from koolaid to popsicles to suckers with blue and other dyes.Just improvise if your kid cant tolerate the ingredients or dye. Now thats not to hard now to figure out on your own is it?.

Anonymous said...

You guys all need to relax. Anonymous#1 was just simply telling her how to save time. So many uptight people. Geez

Anonymous said...

I'm a from scratch kinda mom and my daughter is going to love this Frozen treat, thank you! Also, I found the comments under the recipe quite amusing with as simple as the recipe already IS lol. I also,try to read labels and avoid any processed, boxed or unnatural ingredients! Soy Lecithin is one you'll often see in low quality chocolate!

I'm happy to say, you can make this Frozen Hot Chocolate recipe 100% organic! Making White Chocolate from scratch is simple by selecting the organic ingredients with this recipe: https://www.udemy.com/blog/how-to-make-white-chocolate/

For the Whipped Topping~ using a mixer, mix heavy cream on high until fluffy. For the blue color~ use the juice from a few Blueberries vs Blue food coloring.

When making Hot Chocolate: use high quality organic dark chocolates with 85% or higher cocoa content to avoid added ingredients and sweeten with raw sugar. I've used a variety of chocolate and would like to try using Chuao bars, but they don't last long around here!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your recipe! I can't wait to make this for my girls. They are going to love it! Like others, I enjoy making foods/drinks from scratch. It's part of the joy in creating something yummy....not just opening a packet and adding hot water or milk (that's just not as fun IMO). Nonetheless, some people have nothing better to do than troll looking for something to criticize. Keep up the awesome work.

Netasha Patywich said...

Hi just wanted to say made this this past week end but with white chocolate peppermint bark.(Bulk Barn had a 75% off Christmas sale)... Was SOOOOO Good!.Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Lisa Florer said...

My Granddaughters are going to love this, They are FROZEN-a-holics,the youngest is watching it as I type. Thank you for posting.

Anonymous said...

Ok I have a ? I would love to have this at my daughters Frozen birthday party. Could this be melted down and kept warm in a crock pot for a Hot Chocolate Bar? That way people could serve themselves.

anything can b unhealthy said...

I deff will try this. Except I'm going to use the instant cocoa. Love it!

Anonymous said...

I also would like to know if you can keep this warm in a crock pot without the milk going sour? it would be great for my Grand Daughters birthday party. Such a creative idea. Thank You!!

Caroline said...

I believe it's okay to keep it warm in the crock pot for a few hours, I don't see a problem.

Anonymous said...

For the people asking about keeping it warm for a child's birthday party in a crock pot, I personally wouldn't chance it, the milk will lose moisture and cause it to thicken never mind the fear of the milk curdling. I would suggest making it with water and adding cream to each mug such as table cream or coffee cream to return the richness to it that you lose by using water.

David Gehman said...

Delicious! Saw this and shared it on my FB page...got lots of likes and shares as well. We are having our coldest weather of the year so far...and I made special trip to get the white choclate...but so worth it! Thank you!!!! YUMMY!

Anonymous said...

mmmm cow puss!!! yummy!!! try almond milk lol

Mama J said...

The ingredients people are hilarious..... We all survived our childhood on Swiss Miss and tiny marshmallows. I agree homemade is always the best! If I was serving for a birthday party you bet your sweet cheeks I would use instant! As for the crockpot, put your ingredients in and leave on a low setting. I have done this numerous times, for a couple hours. I does not last long with kids. Great recipe and thank you for your post!

Anonymous said...


I made this for my 4 and 2 year old frozen fanatics after building snowmen... such a hit! Thank you for sharing such an awesome recipe!

Anonymous said...

Easy to make Olaf! Use toothpicks to keep two large sized marshmallows atop each other. Add average sized one to top. Use pretzel sticks for arms and two mini for Olaf's feet. I use decorating icing to finish his face. Looks super cute! Enjoy!

Robin said...

Well I finally made this tonight. I can't tell you how I appreciate your sharing your creativity! My granddaughter was so excited. I brought 3 out on a tray and we also played Candy Land! She had a great night!

Thanks again.

P.S. I posted pics on Facebook and gave you credit.

shakyia said...

My kids loved this recipe!!!!

Velvet Rose Hopkins said...

I love this idea! It gave me many more :) using the blue or 'pink' for baby showers. Orange and purple for Halloween. Dark orange, green, yellow for Thanksgiving. Red and greed for Christmas. Soooo many ideas! Thank you so much for this!

Anonymous said...

What did you use for the blue crystals? Looks so good!

Crystal Claus said...

where do you find olaf and is he edible?

Caroline said...

Olaf is not edible, it's just a toy.

Jodi Counts said...

What kind of sugar is that?

Anonymous said...

Could you use water instead of milk? My daughter is lactose intolerant and I was wanting to find away to make this without milk. My kids are Frozen fanatics... Please let me know thanks

Claire said...

Hi lovely idea, I tired it with the kids. I added the colouring but didn't change the colour of the milk it just went into clumps. Any ideas how to do it right? Thanks Claire

Anonymous said...

Anonymous use lacto free milk or a milk substitute I'm going to try it tomorrow with my girls one of which is also lactose intolerant will let you know how it goes if you want xD

 
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