Wednesday, December 18, 2013


We're charging full-steam ahead on our 12 Days of Hot Cocoa recipes. Today we celebrate the creamy sweetness of dulce de leche.

Dulce de leche is traditionally made through a process of removing water from sweetened condensed milk and leaving the fat and sugar to caramelize into a brown topping or syrup.

Now imagine that syrup mixed in with white chocolate hot cocoa and a splash of dark rum.

Here we go Yummies! Number six!


2 cups of milk
1/2 cup of white chocolate chips
1 oz of dark rum
1 tbsp dulce de leche + 2 tbsp drizzle
Whipped cream to garnish


  1. Add the milk and white chocolate chips to a pan and melt together
  2. Once smooth add the dark rum and 1 tbsp of dulce de leche and stir for two minutes over low heat
  3. Pour the cocoa into a glass, top with whipped cream and the remaining 2 tbsp of dulce de leche drizzle




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