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Lavender Hot Chocolate Recipe

    Who needs to have tea when they can have Lavender Hot Chocolate? It is smooth and soothes. Perfect bedtime beverage.


    First, it is important to point out that you need to use Culinary Lavender for your lavender hot chocolate.

    (Please don’t use the kind used in scented sachets for aroma therapy. They have chemicals in them. Make sure it specifically states it is for baking.)

    Culinary lavender buds are edible, but if you want your hot chocolate to be smooth you can remove them.

    culinary lavender for baking from amazon

    Lavender Hot Chocolate

    Great for drinking before bedtime.

    • 1 c whole milk
    • ¼ c cream
    • 1 tsp culinary lavender buds
    • ½ c white chocolate chips
    • ½ tsp pure vanilla extract
    • pinch salt
    1. Add milk, cream and lavender buds to a large pan. Bring to a simmer on medium-low heat. (Should be steaming but not boiling.)

    2. Remove from heat and cover. Let rest for about 15 so lavender can steep into the milk mixture. Use strainer to remove lavender buds.

    3. Add chocolate chips to lavender milk in saucepan and heat on medium-low. Stir constantly until chips are melted and milk mixture is smooth.

    4. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and salt. (Salt brings out the sweetness in the mixture since there’s no added sugar, just the chocolate chips. You won’t taste it.)

    5. Serve in a large mug. Top with whipped cream and sprinkle with lavender buds for garnish.

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