Lactose Free Spicy Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate

Spicy Hot Chocolate

Yeah, I got the creamiest spicy hot chocolate recipe for you. Just drop on your couch with a nice mug of spicy hot chocolate. Snuggle up underneath a blanket and start the Christmas movie marathon. You can add some almond biscotti or vanilla cookies on the side and you don’t even need to move anymore. There is no going back for more as one serving is quite filling. With an entire chocolate bar and some cashew butter… It’s extremely decadent. The cashew butter is a slight adaptation from the way we make hot chocolate in Curaçao. They always add a little bit of peanut butter which just gives it a different touch. But I made it paleo with cashew butter instead.


You can just omit the chili for a milder but still delicious hot chocolate! Up to you.

Home Christmas Market

I’m still pissed there are no Christmas markets this year. And I know and understand why. But I’m still allowed to have emotions about the situation. So, there you have it. To soften the blow mainly for myself but also for your benefit we came up with the Christmas market at home idea. With recipes that you can easily make at home. And reminiscent of all the Christmas market specials. We already have paleo churros, apple beignet (always have trouble pronouncing that). But also, fennel and onion flammkuchen to create the perfect Christmas market treats. And on the bright side you don’t have to face the cold weather outside to enjoy these.

Salsify Pasta

Tip 2!

Use the cinnamon stick to stir the hot chocolate and siphon the chocolate out of the cinnamon stick. You get a nice cinnamon hit.

Chocolate Treats

Are you craving more chocolate after seeing this? Don’t worry we have plenty more where that came from. Simply check the chocolate tag for all things chocolate. But to get you started we have two of our most scrumdiddlyumptious chocolate recipes.

Lactose Free Spicy Hot Chocolate

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time20 mins
Servings: 4
Author: Kyara


  • 1 liter dairy free milk of choice I used a mix of almond and coconut milk
  • 100 gram dark chocolate 85% sliced into slivers
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  • 2 tbsp cashew butter
  • 1/16 tsp chili
  • 2 tbsp coconut sugar

Serving (Optional)

  • 4 cinnamon stick
  • Dairy free cream


  • Add the milk, coconut sugar and cinnamon stick to a pan and set to medium low heat.
  • Once the sugar has dissolved you can the chocolate slivers, cashew butter and chili. Stir regularly until chocolate has melted completely and cashew integrated with the liquid.
  • Turn off heat and add vanilla.
  • Serve with cinnamon stick and dairy free cream on top.


You can add more milk at the end to get a thinner hot chocolate. Or specially when reheating it can help to add a little bit more milk.