Whipped Red Velvet Hot Chocolate is the ultimate red velvet hot chocolate with a red velvet Dalgona topping. 3 simple ingredients is all it takes to make this refreshing and delicious hot chocolate drink.
Whipped Red Velvet Hot Chocolate
Whip this warm drink up for Christmas, Valentine’s Day or a fun treat to sip on. So simple to make and you can control how much or how little you make.
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Why I Recommend This
- Simple ingredients
- Coffee shop quality drink
- Bright and festive
- Great for entertaining guests
What Do I Need To Make This Drink
- Red Velvet Cake Mix
- Heavy Whipping Cream
- Chocolate Milk
How To Make Whipped Red Velvet Whipped Drink
In a bowl, you want to add 2 tablespoons of the cake mix with the heavy whipping cream. You will use a stand mixer or hand mixer to whip until it is nice and fluffy.
Now heat your milk in the microwave until warm. Stir in the mixing cake mix. Then spoon the whipping topping and then serve your warm red velvet drink. Top with marshmallows.
- Mini marshmallows
- Shredded chocolate shavings (white or dark chocolate)
- Coconut shavings
- Cocoa powder
Can I Make This Without A Mixer
Grab a whisk if you want, it will work just like the same as a stand mixer. Now, it will take longer but you get the same creamy whipped texture.
Can I Store Leftover Dalgona
If you want to save your Dalgona, you can whip it up and then store it in the fridge until you are ready to serve. The biggest thing is to make sure that you don’t mix it in with the hot milk, or it will melt away.
Just heat up the milk and then pour into a mug then top with the red velvet dalgona mixture.
Does This Recipe Double
You can make as much or as little as you would like. I do recommend making it right before you are ready to serve. Then give the Dalgona whip a mix, and then top your drink.
Can I Make This Gluten Free
If you are lactose-free, you can use an alternative like almond milk or soy milk if you need it. Just swap out the dairy with what you would like. Then just whip up and serve as you would the original. Coconut cream makes a good substitute for the heavy cream in the recipe.
- 4 tablespoons red velvet cake mix, separated
- 4 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
- 1 cup chocolate milk
- With a whisk, whip 2 tablespoons cake mix with heavy whipping cream in a medium mixing bowl until fluffy.
- Heat up chocolate milk in the microwave and mix in the remaining 2 tablespoons cake mix.
- Spoon the whipping cream on top of the heated red velvet chocolate milk. Top with marshmallows, if desired.