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2017-05-15

Along with fruit and veggies, chocolate is an important food group to include in your life. It has many minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Okay, you probably couldn't just eat chocolate, and only chocolate, forever. But it makes you feel calm & happy (a mini-holiday in a cup that you need). 

This isn't about indulging, it's about sharing. Treat yourself and your family to one of these warming recipes at home or at one of our parks this winter during the Winter School Holidays.

BOOK YOUR WINTER HOLIDAY

Nutella Hot Chocolate

recipe & image from Celebrating SweetsNutella Hot Chocolate

You've been caught: we know you drool when you walk past the Nutella jars in the supermarket. We have a secret...we do, too. It makes every piece of toast more exciting and every spoon easier to lick. Take your Nutella relationship to the next level with this recipe.

Time: 5 minutes
Ingredients: 4
Equipment: Saucepan and stovetop

Recipe

 

Dairy Free Hot Chocolate Dairy Free Hot Chocolate

recipe from JoyfoodSunshine

This recipe is perfect for those who are lactose intolerant and love the classic, creamy cuppa we have come to love. Adding in a pinch of sea salt and teaspoon of vanilla, a sip of this will transport you to those picture-perfect Christmas movies with the snow outside. 

Time: 15 minutes
Ingredients: 6
Equipment: Saucepan and stovetop

Recipe

 

Cookies and Cream Hot Chocolate

recipe & image from The Recipe CriticCookies and Cream Hot chocolate

Everyone eats Oreos differently. Just the cream; cream first, then cookies; one big bite; dunked in milk. No matter your preference, you down right love biscuits. Try this recipe out. It's got Oreos. It's got whipping cream. It's got chocolate. The best of the best, all in one warm cup for you to drink. If you don't have a blender - no fear! Chunkier the better, anyway. Just crush the Oreos and mix them in.

Time: 15 minutes
Ingredients: 4-5
Equipment: Saucepan and stovetop

Recipe

 

Peppermint White Hot Chocolate 

recipe & image from Gimme Some OvenPeppermint White Hot Chocolate 2

You're the type of person at the ice cream shop that always goes for a classic: mint chocolate chip. Love the fresh zing of mint with the rich chocolate flavour. How about a bit of that in a mug instead? This recipe calls for white chocolate, peppermint, and vanilla.  

Time: 10 minutes
Ingredients: 4
Equipment: Saucepan and stovetop

Recipe

 

These can be made in our camp kitchens and enjoyed these Winter School Holidays. Book at a park today to secure your getaway with your family. Soon, you'll be sipping a mug of hot chocolate and spending quality time in each other's company - discovering what really matters. 

BOOK YOUR WINTER HOLIDAY