Simple recipe to make hot chocolate in your slow cooker. This one is cake batter and white chocolate, and the rim is lined with confetti. Super cute for parties!
Okay so this is seriously adorable right.
Wickedly cute even.
I can’t help myself.
I like cute food and I cannot lie.
I mean it’s a serious addiction at this point. As is hot chocolate. I find myself coming up with any excuse to make it.
So when 100% Canadian Milk asked me to participate in their blogger challenges again this year I had to say yes. Not only is it fun but I loved working with them so much last year.
Each year they ask various Canadian bloggers to participate in monthly themed challenges. The public gets to vote which recipe is their favourite each month. It’s a pretty fun idea. And since we’re Canucks we’re pretty low-key when it comes to competition. We are known to be pretty laid back about life. It’s really not a ruse, we really are wicked laid back.
So you can pop by The Great Cream Challenge website to vote for my Confetti Cake Batter and White Chocolate Hot Chocolate if you like. I am up against some pretty stiff competition so this one may see me getting my butt whooped. While you’re there be sure to grab the recipe for this great hot chocolate. You will love this stuff. It’s made in your slow cooker so you won’t risk burning the chocolate. Slow cookers are amazing for making things like this. I wanted to think outside the box when they told me about the challenge. I wanted to do something different. Not your typical slow cooker recipe. I think I succeeded in that endeavour.
I love slow cookers for chocolate recipes, things like hot chocolate work beautifully in there. You don’t risk burning the chocolate which is a nice thing for newer cooks. You can also melt chocolate in your slow cooker. Did you know that? You just fill it partway with water, then put your chocolate pieces in a glass mason jar and set those inside the slow cooker in the water. It’s like a chocolate water bath. It’s fool-proof if you want to have chocolate at a party but don’t want to fuss over it. I know right, there’s a little nugget for you. Hot chocolate and learning. You scored big today people.
So hop on over to the website and vote for my Confetti Cake Batter and White Chocolate Hot Chocolate Recipe! I’ll be eternally grateful and if you vote your name gets put in for a draw to win fabulous prizes. Since the theme this month was The Slow Cooker Challenge the prize is a Stainless-Steel cookware set! Your name gets thrown in the ring by voting. So there are perks to heading over to vote for me!
So if you want the recipe for this adorable hot chocolate you need to head over to the 100% Canadian Milk Anyday Magic website to get it! While you’re there take a minute to vote for my Confetti Cake Batter and White Chocolate Hot Chocolate. I’ll be ever grateful.
Let me know what you think of it if you try it out. We’ve had it about three times now. It’s really good topped with whipping cream, which uses real cream. Perfection if you ask me. I keep a carton in my fridge at all times. For when I have a whipping cream emergency. Which I have to say is actually pretty often. If you’re feeling wild and crazy add some food colouring to the whipping cream. You can also add sprinkles inside or even koolaid to give it whatever taste you like. It’s also really good if you mix a tiny amount of dry cake mix in it. That way the whipped cream tastes like cake. I know right. I just blew your mind again. It’s the little things in life. Like whipping cream and hot chocolate. And dry cake mixes.
Now go vote. For me. Obviously! Thanks to everyone who takes the time to vote. I really appreciate it.
Full disclosure: Just so you are fully aware I received no compensation for this post. Bloggers are provided a gift card to cover their grocery expenses. This is not a sponsored post, I do not work for the Dairy Farmers of Canada. This is just a fun event I enjoy taking part in to show Canuck pride.
Toodles and smoochies! xx