KOKO KRUNCH® Hot Chocolate

    Mmmm… A classic cozy warmer on a rainy day with some exciting ingredients!

    Preparation Time
    20 min
    Cooking Time
    5 min
    Cooling Time
    Skill Level
    Serving Size


    • 60 g of KOKO KRUNCH®
    • 100 g dark chocolate (70% cocoa)
    • 400 ml of milk
    • 2 tbsp of sugar
    • 200 ml of cold whipping cream (30-35 % fat)
    • 2 tbsp of icing sugar
    • 0.5 tsp of ground cinnamon
    • 0.5 tsp of ground ginger


    • Pour the milk, sugar and spices into a saucepan, with the chocolate broken into pieces.
    • Put on a low heat and stir occasionally with a whisk.
    • Meanwhile, prepare the whipped cream:
    • Pour the cream into a bowl and beat it with an electric mixer on high speed.
    • When the cream starts to become firm/hard, pour in the sugar.
    • Continue whipping the cream.
    • Stop beating when the cream is firm/hard.
    • Break into small pieces the KOKO KRUNCH® Cereals with your fingers or with a pestle.
    • Pour the KOKO KRUNCH® into the whipped cream.
    • Mix gently with a spatula or spoon.
    • Pour the hot chocolate in two mugs and cover it with whipped cream with a pastry bag or a spoon.
    • Serve immediately.


    Do Nestlé products in emerging countries have more salt than products in developed/developing countries?

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