I also had the great pleasure to work with Tim Tam biscuits on this post—two exciting things about that. First, their delicious chocolaty wafer biscuits (called biscuits, not cookies because they are from Australia, guys) go perfectly with this recipe as the crunchy wafer insides are amazing next to the rich and creamy hot chocolate.
And the second thing, Tim Tam biscuits are fully launching in the United States. So if you are US based, like me, and have had these while traveling and wished you could buy them at home—well, you’re in luck. The four flavors available are Original, Classic Dark, Dark Mint and Chewy Caramel. Hooray!
For this hot chocolate recipe, we are going to use three different chocolates, but I’ve also got a few quick notes at the end of this post regarding substitution ideas in case you are looking to swap things around. But first, here’s my super simple and delicious recipe for homemade hot chocolate.
2 cups whole milk
1 cup half and half cream
1 oz. dark chocolate
1 oz. milk chocolate
1 oz. white chocolate
1/4 teaspoon espresso powder
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
marshmallows for serving
In a medium pot, combine the milk, cream, and extract. Cook over medium/high heat until hot (about 3-4 minutes).
-You can use all one type of chocolate if you prefer or if that’s what you have on hand, just use 3 oz. total.
-You can swap out the vanilla extract for other extracts to include flavors you prefer like hazelnut, almond, or even other flavors like cherry or banana.
-Bonus points if you make your own homemade marshmallows to go along with this hot chocolate recipe!
So get your cozy socks on, queue up your favorite Netflix show, and make this hot chocolate to serve with Tim Tam biscuits soon. You won’t regret it. 🙂 xo. Emma
P.S. Love hot chocolate? Check out Elsie’s Hot Chocolate Bar Ideas!