With cooler weather rolling in and pumpkin spice goods filling store shelves, it’s no question that my family’s favorite season is approaching: the holiday season! Ah! the holiday season; days upon days of sledding and snow angels, fireplaces and cozy blankets, Christmas movies and carols, fun with family and friends, and of course, hot cocoa! During the whole of the holiday season, my family is rarely without it. Our favorite is taking it in a thermos to the zoo and sipping it while we watch the penguins.
But however you spend your snow days, there’s no better way to warm-up, than with a hot cup of a familiar and comforting beverage. Luckily for hot cocoa lovers and eggnog skeptics across the Pacific Northwest, Darigold has released its new seasonal beverage, Heat N’ Serve Hot Cocoa.
Made with Darigold’s farm-fresh whole milk and premium cocoa, this indulgent treat is rich in flavor and will warm your body from the moment its smell hugs your nostrils and its creamy cocoa kisses your lips. Not only does the hot cocoa come as a refrigerated, ready-made beverage that can be heated three ways (on the stove top, in the microwave or with a milk steamer); it can also be swapped with milk in recipes to provide a fudgy flavor to delicious treats, such as:
- Cocoa Fudge Cupcakes and Cakes
- Chocolate French Toast or Pancakes
- Chocolate Bread Pudding
- Cocoa Cheesecake
- Chocolate Overnight Oats
As a farmer-owned co-op, Darigold is committed to providing great-tasting, rBST- free products that allow people to live flavorful lives. Darigold’s farmers are passionate about upholding the brand’s rich history and tradition of providing a true farm-to-table experience with its line of fresh and flavorful dairy products made with the highest-quality ingredients.
As the cold weather settles in, celebrate with yummy Heat N’ Serve Hot Cocoa.
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