Winter Hot Chocolate Bar with Torani Syrup!


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Winter Hot Chocolate Bar with Torani Syrup!

If we had no Winter, Spring would not be so pleasant.  So true.  During these long Winter months we try our best not to get cabin fever, play outside and make our best out of cold, snow days.  I love drinking hot cocoa in the cold morning...I don't drink coffee, so this is my substitute I suppose!  But as far as I believe, Hot Chocolate bars are always in season.  If it's too hot for hot chocolate--simply add a scoop of ice cream!
I am featuring these amazing syrups from Torani for the best hot chocolate bar possible! 
After getting back from a fun winter sledding outing for a couple hours, we feasted on some flavored hot chocolate.  I tried small tastes of the Coconut, Brown Sugar Cinnamon, Almond Roca, Peanut Butter, English Toffee and EggNog.  Which flavor sounds the best to you?  I love the coconut...it's my favorite for putting in sodas or hot chocolate.
First mix up some hot chocolate, but do not add as much of the hot chocolate mix as instructed...it's best if the mixture is slightly bitter.  This way the syrup will be a welcome sweetened addition.
Pour out a cup of hot chocolate with a tablespoon of the desired flavor.  Then top with whipped cream, marshmallows and sprinkles.  It's delightful!
What are ways that you combat Winter blues or cabin fever?  I've got 10 ways to cope with SAD or seasonal depression if you need some help.  And some hot chocolate works wonders too--especially in all these fabulous flavors.
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