There is nothing better than a warming drink at the end of a long, winter day and we have perfected our cozy longevity peppermint hot cocoa. Not only does this beverage taste delicious, but it also has ingredients that will keep you hydrated and healthy during the cold winter months. Make this for your friends and family; chances are they won’t even be able to tell that it is packed with healthy ingredients! Hint: you can also make this a boozy hot cocoa if that’s your jam.
The key ingredient in this hot cocoa is our favorite electrolytes. Electrolytes in hot cocoa? Yep! LMNT’s chocolate salts taste incredible and have the right balance of electrolytes to rehydrate the body. We chose the Chocolate Mint Salt for this recipe but you can also use the plain Chocolate Salt or the Chocolate Caramel Salt or even the all-new Limited Time Chocolate Medley. All of them are equally delicious and up to your taste preference. LMNT is offering our readers a free 8-serving sample pack with your purchase here.
We also added a scoop of collagen to give the drink a boost of protein. Collagen may improve hair, skin, and nails so that is an extra beauty bonus. Finally, cacao powder is a powerhouse ingredient filled with antioxidants to fight free radicals.
Whether you spent the day skiing, hanging out with family, or Christmas shopping, end your night with our Ultimate Longevity Hot Cocoa.
Ingredients (this recipe makes 2 servings)
- 1 packet of LMNT’s Chocolate Mint Salt
- 2 cups milk of choice
- 1 scoop of your favorite collagen powder
- 1 tablespoon cacao powder
- In a small saucepan, heat milk over medium low heat.
- Add LMNT packet, collagen, and cacao powder. Stir well.
- When the powders are all incorporated, pour into a mug and enjoy!
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