⛄ Look no further than this awesome Vegan Mason Jar Hot Chocolate recipe that can be found in the Health First Network Holiday Guide, available for free at any of our 7 Kardish locations. We've spiced the recipe up with some vegan product suggestions that can be found in our stores! ⛄
Make sure to drop by your local Kardish this month, while our bulk cane sugar is on sale, along with a variety of other holiday baking ingredients, both bulk and pre-packaged.
Vegan Mason Jar Hot Chocolate:
Ingredients for Hot Chocolate:
6 tbsp of Navitas Organics Cocoa Powder
2 tbsp of Chocolate Vega one All-In-One Shake
4 tsp of Raw Cane Sugar (bulk is on sale this month!)
8 tbsp of Enjoy Life Dairy Free Chocolate Chips
4 tbsp of Dandies Mini Vegan Marshmallows
Ingredients for Peppermint Spoons:
Crushed Wholesome Organic Candy Canes
Wooden cutlery Spoons
Carefully and evenly layer the Cocoa Powder, Chocolate Vega One, Cane sugar, Chocolate Chips and then mini marshmallows in a 16oz. Mason jar.
Place unwrapped candy canes in a food storage bag. Coarsely crush the candy canes using a kitchen mallet or rolling pin.
Remove half of the crushed candy canes and melt in microwave-safe dish (alternate option: melt at 300°F in the oven).
Dip a spoon into the melted candy, filling the spoon (act fast- it hardens quickly), and sprinkle with coarsely chopped candy pieces.
Lay flat on a piece of parchment paper to cool and harden.
Directions to make Hot Chocolate:
Remove marshmallows from jar.
Add one cup of your favorite non-dairy beverage and remaining ingredients in a pot and stir over medium-high heat until the desired temperature is reached.
Pour in mug and add marshmallows. Add peppermint spoon, stir, and enjoy!
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