December 19, 2015

White chocolate milk.

white chocolate milk - a floral sunset

So, the holidays are approaching fast and each year again around this time, I get in a sort of 'winter mode'.  All I want to do is cuddle up under a blanket, watch Christmas movies, stare at the Christmas tree (and all the presents underneath), eat cookies or other sweets and... drink some hot chocolate milk. I already shared my (not so) secret (anymore) recipe for a regular hot chocolate AND shared the joy of a nutella hot chocolate. Today, I came up with something new. Well, new... new for me... It's actually so evident but I never even thought about making white hot chocolate. Until one day at work, I got a revelation. I was even scared that I would forget this brilliant idea that I noted it down... Weirdest thing is... I don't even like white chocolate! But my dad does and he enjoyed this recipe very much! ;)


  • 500 ml milk + a little extra (just a splash)
  • 300 g white chocolate
  • 1 tbs of sugar
  • 1 ts of vanilla pudding powder


  1. Heat up some milk in a saucepan. Add a tablespoon of regular sugar (or vanilla if you prefer this).
  2. When the milk starts to heat up, add the white chocolate. Keep stirring until it's melted.
  3. Mix the vanilla powder in the splash of milk you have left over.
  4. When the milk starts boiling, add the vanilla mixture and keep on stirring. This will slightly thicken the chocolate milk (not too much) which gives it a really nice 'smooth' look and feel.

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