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Birthday Cake Hot Chocolate Recipe | Get the Dish

Birthday Cake Hot Chocolate Recipe | Get the Dish

Are you ready for birthday cake hot chocolate? Life is simply just better now that we’ve created this insanely delicious drink recipe. I’m such a sucker for anything that’s chocolate and covered in sprinkles, so our team whipped up a warm hot chocolate with a funfetti twist! Trust me, one sip and you’ll never go back to that regular cocoa again.

Birthday Cake Hot Chocolate
From Anna Monette Roberts, POPSUGAR Food

NOTES

If you don’t have a microwave, heat the milk in a small saucepan over medium heat until scalded (small bubbles form on the edge of the pan). Whisk in chocolate, butter flavor, and vanilla until chocolate emulsifies completely.

Though the butter flavor is essential in making this hot chocolate taste like birthday cake, if you can’t find it, simply double the vanilla extract.

Birthday Cake Hot Chocolate

INGREDIENTS

1 cup milk of your choice
1/4 cup (2 ounces) white chocolate
1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/8 teaspoon butter flavor, like Wilton (found in most grocery stores)
Whipped cream, for garnish
Rainbow jimmies, for garnish

DIRECTIONS

In a mason jar, combine the milk, chocolate, vanilla extract, and butter flavor.

Microwave for about 1 minute and 10 seconds, or until small bubbles form at the top of the milk and the chocolate appears slightly melty.

Carefully remove (you may need to do so with a towel or oven mitt).

Secure the lid on the mason jar, and shake until the chocolate dissolves into the milk and becomes frothy.

Unscrew the cap, transfer to a mug, and top with whipped cream and sprinkles.

INFORMATION

Yield 1 hot chocolate

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17 comments

  1. Mee!!'!!

  2. Are mason jars meant to be plastic? Mine is from walmart; it has a handle and a lid with a whole for the straw & I'm not sure if they're made of glass originally? Help?

  3. 345minecraft543

    Can I use butter flavoring to make butterbeer? :D

  4. How do u eat so much sugar but still stay skinny?!?!?

  5. silkfeelingshurt

    Funfetti cake is almond flavoured. I don't understand how this is supposed to replicate that without any sort of almond extract.

  6. Heather Toland

    I actually found butter flavor at michaels

  7. Ella Sebastian

    I found the butter stuff it's at michals arts and crafts store!!!!

  8. Does this work with milk or dark chocolate?
    

  9. Love it!!!!

  10. can you make choclate icecream

  11. I made it today. I taste a lot of butter flavoring and I didn't even put a lot. Also it was a little too sweet for me.

  12. Sebastian Michaelis

    What if we don't have vanilla?

  13. LillysCuteCorner

    Brandi! YOU ARE FLAWLESS!!! {and a pretty good cook too!}

  14. Starbucks has a new birthday cake frappé and is only out for 5 days recreation?

  15. Awkward Cooking

    Hahaha, this is great.  I can't wait to try this!  I liked and subscribed, so keep it up!

  16. birthday cake is one of my favorite flavors too! i must try this :D

  17. I made it it's so good!!!

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