Keto Spiced Hot Chocolate Recipe
As far as I’m concerned, every season is hot chocolate season. Whether it’s the dead of winter or just a grey day, hot chocolate automatically improves my mood. So, imagine my excitement when I realized that I could still enjoy hot chocolate without falling out of ketogenesis! If you too want to bring your hot chocolate up to the next level, look no further than this Keto spiced hot chocolate. There’s a lot to love here from the creamy blend of coconut and almond milk to the warming combination of cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. But the MVP of this recipe is undoubtedly the CoBionic Indulgence powder. It provides the chocolate, and so much more!
What is CoBionic Indulgence?
CoBionic Indulgence is a Keto-friendly collagen supplement. It is packed with ingredients to promote skin health like grass-fed collagen and silica.
Topical collagen, applied as a cream, doesn’t maximize the benefits because collagen is a large molecule that can’t be effectively absorbed through the skin. Drinking beverages containing a collagen supplement has been shown to diminish wrinkles and improve skin hydration . Taking collagen supplements can also improve joint health, decreasing inflammation and joint pain .
In addition to the health benefits, CoBionic Indulgence tastes great. The lightly sweetened chocolate flavor is great in hot chocolate, like this recipe, but it would be just as tasty in a super simple mocha or an indulgent morning smoothie!
Get the Scoop Keto-Friendly Dairy-Free “Milks”
Not everyone chooses to go dairy-free when they go Keto, but there are compelling reasons to cut dairy out of your diet.
However, even if you decide to make the leap, not all non-dairy milks are created equal. Highly processed milks, like soy milk, are best avoided, and rice milk, a popular dairy substitute, tends to be high in carbs and may contain leftover gut irritants.
Coconut milk is one of the most common dairy-free Keto milks. It is easy to find, and commonly comes in shelf stable cans for easy stocking up.
Almond milk, and other nut milks, are also common. Just make sure to check the ingredient list for additives and stabilizers, or you can make your own!
More Low-Carb, Sugar-Free Hot Chocolate Recipes
If you can’t get enough hot chocolate, there’s more where this recipe came from. Whether you’re looking for classic hot chocolate flavor or something new and different, you’ll find a recipe you love.
Or check out this list of 30+ Keto coffee and tea recipes here!
This wonderfully creamy hot chocolate can also double as a fat bomb!
- Place all the ingredients in a saucepan and whisk well to combine.
- Gently warm over low heat for 5 to 7 minutes until the temperature is to your liking. Divide between 2 mugs and enjoy!
All nutritional data are estimated and based on per serving amounts.
Net Carbs: 5 g
- Calories: 247
- Sugar: 1 g
- Fat: 24 g
- Carbohydrates: 8 g
- Fiber: 3 g
- Protein: 20 g