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Let's Make Sea Moss Hot Chocolate!

Last updated on December 9, 2022

Sea moss hot chocolate

 

The coming snowy days and cold winter chills make a great time to share our delicious sea moss hot chocolate recipes. There’s nothing better than enjoying a cup of hot chocolate and cuddling up in a blanket during this time of year.

But what if you could make the most of it and turn hot chocolate into a highly nutritious and healthy drink

Sea moss has an endless number of health benefits. It potentially contains 92 minerals and vitamins to supplement your body and boost your immune system during winter.

Organics Nature's Sea moss gel is tasteless and easy to incorporate into any drink recipe. So, why not add a few tablespoons of sea moss gel to your hot chocolate? 

Related article: 10 great sea moss drink ideas and recipes!

 

Sea moss gel

 

Organics Nature's Premium Sea Moss Gel from Saint Lucia

1. Sea Moss Hot White Chocolate

Sea moss white hot chocolate recipe

 

Add milk, white chocolate, and vanilla extract into a small saucepan. Gently heat up and whisk to avoid sticking.

During the whisking process, add either: 

- 2 tablespoons of Organic sea moss gel 

- or 1 scoop (13 grams) of Organics Nature's flavoured Sea moss & Collagen Powder for extra taste and sweetness 

Once the white chocolate has melted, pour the mixture into your favorite cup. Top it with marshmallows, shredded white chocolate, or cinnamon, according to your taste. Now sit back, relax and enjoy.

Related article: How to make sea moss smoothies?

 

Sea moss vanilla flavoured powder

 

Organics Nature's Sea Moss & Collagen Powder - Vanilla & Caramel flavour - Buy here

2. Sea Moss Milky Hot Chocolate

Sea moss creamy milk chocolate recipe
Here's a classic hot chocolate recipe to which you'll simply add sea moss. Again, you’ll need a saucepan. Pick your milk and your favorite chocolate. I personally like to use almond milk and milk chocolate. 


Pour the milk, the chocolate, and your choice of sweetener into the saucepan (sugar, honey, monk fruit, vanilla extract, agave syrup, or others).

Whisk the ingredients until the chocolate is completely melted and the milk is hot. Pour the hot chocolate into a cup and add 2 tablespoons of sea moss gel. Stir well until the gel is completely dissolved. Alternatively, you can add a scoop of sea moss & collagen powder. 

Top it off with some garnishments like marshmallows, chocolate chips, whipped cream, or whatever you like. Then, get cozy and sip away!

Related article: How to make your own sea moss gel?

3. Mexican Hot Chocolate with Sea Moss

Sea moss spicy Mexican hot chocolate

 

Pour milk and half & half into a saucepan. The half & half is optional but makes your hot chocolate richer and creamier.

Once the milk and half & half are slightly heated, you can add the chocolate of your choice into the saucepan. Add any sweetener of your choice as well as sea moss powder or sea moss gel.

Now, to make your hot chocolate a spicy Mexican one, add some cinnamon and cayenne pepper into the mix. Just a pinch of each will turn up the heat for this recipe. Let your ingredients heat up and melt together before pouring the mixture into your favorite mug. Top it off with some garnishments of your choice, and enjoy!

How sea moss should you add to hot chocolate?

Sea moss is a very nutrient-rich ingredient, and only a tiny bit provides your body with essential minerals and vitamins. While it's very safe for use and has few side effects, consuming too much sea moss can be harmful to your health

The recommended daily dosage is 1 to 4 tablespoons of sea moss gel daily. Learn more about how much sea moss you can take daily in our related article. 

Related article: Is sea moss effective against Covid-19 and other viruses?

I hope you try these recipes and share them with us on social media - @tryorganicsnature

Let us know about your favorite hot chocolate mix!

2 comments

  • I am diabetic and want no flavor
    I don’t want those 2 flavors to got. Is it any other flavor you got.

    Amie Njie
  • My daughter makes her own sea moss. I want info on how and what to order to do it. Thanks!!

    Terri Nighswonger

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