Ingredients10 m servings 602
- In a small saucepan, heat the milk over medium heat until barely simmering. Add the chocolate and cocoa and whisk until the chocolate melts. Remove from heat; stir in the Baileys. Divide between 2 mugs. Top with marshmallow and freshly grated nutmeg.
- Cook's Notes:
- Use chopped dark chocolate instead of chocolate chips if you prefer.
- Substitute regular whipped cream for the whipped topping if desired.
Per Serving: 602 calories; 21.8 80.6 4.7 0 175 Full nutrition
ReviewsRead all reviews 8
This was really easy to get together and very chocolatey! It was really great and perfect for a cold night. I did find once you put the baileys in the cocoa it cools it down more than I like ...
We loved this super-chocolatey version! I skipped the nutmeg bc I hate it but hubby and 6yo liked it! (I omitted the Bailey's from the 6yo's version and added 1/4 tsp of real sugar to her cup be...
Delicious! Super rich - more like what we've called a "liquid truffle," or sipping chocolate. We used mini-marshmallows and toasted them, then topped with grated nutmeg.
We really enjoyed this one. I loved the dark chocolate richness. My daughter really liked this, no Baileys for her. I'll make this again.
I made this recipe out of curiosity and I’m glad I did. Even though it’s dairy free it’s rich and full of flavor. I used vanilla almond milk and I think the vanilla hint added a nice tone to the...
Chocolate lovers will indeed love this one! This is a perfect drink for lazing around on a snowy winter day! I didn't use the nutmeg (my Swedish grandparents wouldn't understand this), but the...