it's the time of year again where it's a tad on the chilly side.
if you live where i live, it gets a tad chilly,
then rather warm,
then antarctic cold,
then nice during the day and chilly at night.
that's a lot of weather. but that's literally what it's been like.
i would call it weird, but it's been this way always; weird.
when it gets chilly like this, my house get real cold-like and so i need something to warm the depths of my person.
preferably a beverage.
a warm beverage.
now i have a number of warm beverages up my sleeve that i can count on, but none of them tickled my taste buds.
except for one: nutella hot chocolate.
if you have been so kind as to read this blog for a while, you know that i once posted a junky little post about this beautiful, warm beverage.
well i'm here to do it a little more justice.
a more in depth instructional post.
i'd almost call it "nutella hot chocolate for dummies" but that's probably copy written somewhere, so i won't call it that.
and without further ado, let's start at the very beginning. it's a very good place to start.
|step 1: find your milk. you can use any milk.|
i definitely have; regular, skim, almond, soy, and now coconut
|step 2: find your hazelnut spread. |
i'm cheap and this stuff tastes exactly like real nutella.
it's a win win really.
|step 3: find your favorite mug.|
this one is my current favorite.
isn't it cute?
|step 4: make a hot surface and find a sauce pan. |
turn the heat on high for quicker hot chocolate.
use whatever size saucepan that your precious heart desires.
or for the number of people you're making this for.
|step 5: add two spoonfuls of nutella|
(or less or even more than that depending on your desire of richness.)
|step 6: find your whisk and whisk till it's mixed. |
whisk it till it's good and frothy-like.
|step 7: grab your favorite mug and pour the warm, frothy happiness in.|
|step 8: take a picture with your mug showing how happy you are for making this liquid gold.|
and there you have it folks. a super easy (maybe even sarcastically easy) recipe for a warm drink for a chill winter night.
take a picture with your final project and leave it on the Everybody Behave Naturally facebook page! ;)
you can be supah cute just like me.