Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate

This Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate is thick and creamy and is perfect for a cool fall evening or winter’s night.  With a combination of Silk Chocolate Soymilk, half-and-half, sweetened condensed milk, and marshmallow cream, this warm beverage is a guilty indulgence you won’t want to stop drinking!

This Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate is thick and creamy and is perfect for a cool fall evening or winter's night. With a combination of Silk Chocolate Soymilk, half-and-half, sweetened condensed milk, and marshmallow cream, this warm beverage is a guilty indulgence you won't want to stop drinking!

I know, I know.  I just shared a warm beverage last week – my Salted Caramel Apple Cider is definitely a fall favorite around my house.  But as we edge closer to the holiday season {seriously, Thanksgiving is just over a month away, and that means breaking out the Christmas decorations – which means imbibing in lots and lots of hot chocolate}, I’m already thinking about getting my hot chocolate on.

It’s our holiday tradition to make a slow-cooker full of hot chocolate, pile our glasses high with marshmallows, and turn on Nat King Cole’s Christmas album while putting up the tree.  I tend to make a different version of hot chocolate each year – always looking for that perfect mug.

I think I found it.

This Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate is thick and creamy and is perfect for a cool fall evening or winter's night. With a combination of Silk Chocolate Soymilk, half-and-half, sweetened condensed milk, and marshmallow cream, this warm beverage is a guilty indulgence you won't want to stop drinking!

So, I know I’m missing the dairy-free route by starting this recipe with Silk Chocolate Soy Milk and then adding in all kinds of other dairy products.  But if you’re just starting to add soy-products to your diet, this is a good way to ease in. 😉

I’m a huge {HUGE} chocolate milk fanatic – when I was pregnant with Doodle, I drank a giant glass of chocolate milk every single morning.  It was my one main craving and I used the fact that I needed calcium as my rationale for indulging.  But considering the amount of calories and fat in regular chocolate milk, it’s not an indulgence I’ve continued since.

If you love chocolate milk as much as I do, you should absolutely give Silk Chocolate Soy Milk a try.  And while this is a sponsored post – I truly mean it.  You’ve heard me talk before about how much of a non-milk lover I am, but this milk just might get me to change my mind.  Plus, it’s cholesterol-free, low in saturated fat and pours on 50% more calcium than dairy milk.

This Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate is thick and creamy and is perfect for a cool fall evening or winter's night. With a combination of Silk Chocolate Soymilk, half-and-half, sweetened condensed milk, and marshmallow cream, this warm beverage is a guilty indulgence you won't want to stop drinking!

Quite honestly, you could warm this chocolate milk on its own for a creamy mug of hot chocolate.  But, if you want to be bad, try it in this slow cooker double hot chocolate version!  It’s thick and creamy and just about perfect!

Slow Cooker Double Hot Chocolate
 
Ingredients
  • 5 cups Silk Chocolate Soymilk
  • 1 cup half and half (I used fat-free)
  • 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk (fat-free or low-fat also works)
  • 1 (7-ounce) jar marshmallow cream
  • 1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
Method
  1. Combine all ingredients in your slow cooker and set to low. Stir occasionally, until chocolate chips are melted and the marshmallow cream is combined, about 2 to 3 hours.

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