Blackberry Hot Chocolate is dim, baffling, extreme and fun. Made with genuine blackberries, dim chocolate and milk. It's ideal for cuddling up with in winter.

The most ideal way I can portray Blackberry Hot Chocolate is to consider it a glass of solid red wine with tasting notes referencing brier supports and berries. What you will taste in such a wine are indications of these flavors blended in with the unquestionable, blissful flavor that you know is red wine. Delicious.

Likewise, the fruity flavor in this Blackberry Hot Chocolate is unobtrusive, yet it's there. The principle season is undoubtedly dull chocolate yet with a trace of tart, tart, dynamic blackberries. What's more, much the same as a decent red wine, the flavor will wait… for a long while.

Tasting notes aside, I'm likewise a devotee of the introduction of this Blackberry Hot Chocolate. That twist of blackberry coulis showered over the whipped cream includes a vivacious sprinkle of shading.

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  • 200 g/ 7oz blackberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 3 tbsp icing (confectionary) sugar
  • 1 tbsp water (if using fresh blackberries)
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 720 ml/ 3 cups whole milk (or non-dairy equivalent)
  • 120 g/ 4 1/4oz dark chocolate
  • Optional Garnish (recommended)
  • Whipped cream
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Extra blackberries


  1. If using frozen blackberries allow to defrost in a small saucepan for 30 minutes. Once softened add the icing sugar and cook, on a moderate heat, for around 5 minutes until the blackberries are soft and squishy
  2. If using fresh blackberries, cook as above with the icing sugar and a tablespoon of water
  3. Push the cooked blackberries and juices through a sieve to create a coulis. Scrape the thick pulp from the outside of the sieve into the coulis as you go. Discard the seeds
  4. Heat the milk until scalding
  5. Meanwhile chop the chocolate and drop into the base of a blender, along with the vanilla extract
  6. Pour the hot milk over the chocolate. Allow to sit for 1 minute
  7. Reserve 1 tbsp of the blackberry coulis and put the rest into the blender
  8. Blitz until the chocolate has melted and the drink is frothy
  9. Sweeten to taste and reheat if necessary
  10. Pour into mugs and top with whipped cream, marshmallows, a drizzle of the reserved blackberry coulis and a blackberry
  11. Serve immediately

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