If you feel as if you could live off of red velvet cake and also have a strong appreciation for sipping hot chocolate when the temperatures drop, you will likely obsess over this red velvet hot chocolate. Brandy O'Neill of SheKnows created the decadent and festive recipe. The red hue is not just perfect for inciting holiday cheer, but for romantic beverages in a few months when Valentine's Day rolls around.
The red velvet hot chocolate is made using whole milk, semi-sweet chocolate and red gel no-taste food coloring. For best results, you can try topping the hand-warming drink with vanilla sugar whipped cream.
This warm treat will warm you up and get you more than ready for this time of year and the coming wintery weather.