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Hot Chocolate on a Stick

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Adjust Servings:
1/2 cup heavy cream
14 oz sweetened condensed milk
3 cups semisweet chocolate
3 cups chocolate bars or chips – chopped
3/4 cup unsweetened baking chocolate
4 oz wooden sticks, lollipop sticks, candy canes, or bamboo skewers
1 batch homemade marshmallows

Nutritional information

1230.79 g
91.79 g
127.72 g
2069 mg
124 mg

Hot Chocolate on a Stick

  • Veg
    • 25 mins
    • Serves 16
    • Easy


    • Optional


    This recipe for hot chocolate on a stick is another wonderful addition to the world of “foods on a stick”. Surprisingly, this is actually a pretty wildly explored topic. Cuisine cultures from all around the world enjoy putting various different types of food on sticks. Normally, the stick foods of choice are either meat, vegetables, or some combination of the two. Desserts are rarely used as stick foods, so this makes for quite a pleasant surprise that you won’t want to miss.

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    How to make Hot Chocolate on a Stick

    • Line an 8 x 8-inch or a 9 x 9-inch pan with foil then set aside.
    • Combine the cream and sweetened condensed milk together inside a heavy bottomed saucepan over a medium flame.
    • Heat until the mixture starts to steam, but not boil.
      • Stir occasionally to keep from scorching.
      • Add all of the chocolate.
      • Remove from the heat.
      • Let the chocolate melt undisturbed for 10 minutes.
    • After 10 minutes, whisk firmly until it is thick and shiny.
    • Add a few drops of flavoring extract or oil, or add some powdered espresso or vanilla.
    • Whisk vigorously again to incorporate the flavoring if you used it.
      • Spread the mixture out evenly in your prepared foil-lined pan using a rubber or silicone spatula.
    • Let the chocolate cool at room temperature for 12 hours or overnight so that it firms slowly.
      • Take the fudge from the pan and remove the foil.
    • Place on a cutting board.
    • Cut the fudge into 16 equal-sized cubes using a knife heated with hot water and wiped dry.
    • Wrap tightly and store at room temperature.


    Hot chocolate is believed to have been invented by the Mayans, around 2,000 years ago.

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