Frozen Hot chocolate

This delicious frozen hot chocolate drink is rich and creamy, perfect for cooling off with on a hot summer day! This frozen hot chocolate is similar to a frozen mocha, but without the caffeine and is inspired by a popular drink that was served at the coffee shop I worked at several years ago. You may also enjoy these refreshing recipes for iced mint tea or strawberry banana ice pops!

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Frozen hot chocolate

Frozen hot chocolate

Rich and creamy frozen hot chocolate is the perfect treat you can whip up at home for less of the cost of running to a coffee shop!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 2


  • 10 ice cubes *see note
  • 1 oz. packet Swiss Miss hot chocolate mix (3 tablespoons)
  • 1 cup whole milk *see note
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup Hershey's chocolate syrup or to taste


  • Toss ice cubes into a blender, then add milk, heavy whipping cream, hot chocolate mix, vanilla extract and Hershey's chocolate syrup.
  • Blend for a few minutes until smooth, then add additional chocolate syrup to taste if needed. Blend again until smooth and well combined.
  • Top with whipped topping and more Hershey's chocolate syrup, (optional). Enjoy!!


More ice cubes can be added to make the frozen hot chocolate thicker. 
You can also use Almond milk, soy milk, low fat milk and more. 
Keyword Frozen, hot chocolate, Frozen drink, creamy
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Equipment needed for this hot chocolate freeze:

  • Blender I like to use my large blender to blend up all the ingredients that are needed for this hot chocolate freeze or frozen hot chocolate. A blender is nice to have for more than just drinks and works well for making sauces, pureed foods and more.
  • Measuring cups A wet measuring cup with a pour spout is needed to accurately measure out the milk, heavy cream and Hershey’s chocolate syrup needed in this recipe.
  • Measuring spoons I like to have a set of measuring spoons on hand for measuring out ingredients. Sometimes I’ll just use a teaspoon or tablespoon from my silverware drawer, but have found they do run bigger in measurement than the measuring spoon sets do.
  • Ice cube trays If you wish to make some cold brew ice cubes to toss into this hot chocolate freeze, or even if you don’t have an ice machine attached to your freezer, then having ice cube trays are a must have item for your kitchen.
  • Glass cups Nice glass cups make serving this frozen hot chocolate, to guests or your family, even more special!

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Ingredients needed for this frozen hot chocolate:

Heavy cream, milk, Hershey’s chocolate syrup, vanilla extract and instant hot chocolate mix.

Mix ups for this drink.

  1. Try adding a few extra ice cubes and a shot of espresso to make a frozen mocha!
  2. Add flavored syrup (to taste), try Hazelnut, Strawberry, Peppermint or Salted Caramel!

Step 1: Place ice cubes, milk, heavy cream, vanilla extract and Hershey’s chocolate syrup into a large blender.

Step 2: Blend until smooth, then add additional chocolate syrup if needed and blend until the additional chocolate syrup is well combined into the hot chocolate freeze.

Step 3: Pour the frozen hot chocolate into glasses and then top with whipped topping and additional Hershey’s chocolate syrup (optional). Enjoy!

Is there anything that can be done with leftovers of this hot chocolate freeze?

I had some leftovers of this hot chocolate freeze which I kept in the refrigerator overnight and turned into an iced coffee the next day with a shot of espresso and a few extra ice cubes. It was also delicious!

Just looking at this frozen hot chocolate makes me crave another one!
I was introduced to this drink while working at the local coffee shop. Customers had a variety of preferences with it, some added different flavors or different milk types. Rain or shine, summer or winter, Frozen hot chocolate was always popular!

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