Whether it’s opening a vegan hot cocoa packet, drizzling in some chocolatey syrup, or mixing cacao with nondairy milk and sugar, there are many means to getting your mittens wrapped around a mug of vegan hot cocoa.
Some hot cocoa brands are premixed with cow’s milk, but who needs that? Stop supporting the cruelty inherent in the dairy industry and choose vegan.
This mix is great for drizzling over oatmeal, fruit, or anything else you’d want to eat with chocolate.
The Double Chocolate Hot Cocoa mix comes in single packets and also in a tin. peppermint variety is also vegan, should you prefer a minty twist to your cocoa.
Good & Gather Hot Cocoa Mix
The mocha hot cocoa is also dairy-free and ever so delicious.
This lovely canister makes a great gift. Just be sure to be present when the recipient opens it. (Wink.)
The Dark Hot Chocolate Mix is also nondairy. Yum.
This box contains 10 single-serving reishi mushroom cacao powder packages. Reishi mushrooms are said to have qualities that help people find a sense of calm, so this drink may help your body relax.
Navitas Organics takes its cocoa seriously, and you can tell because it contains just one ingredient: organic cacao.
What makes this cocoa special is a hint of salt. Choose from 6-Spice, Mint, Original, and Traditional flavors.
This hot cocoa goes down easily, as the recipe includes coconut milk for a creamy, smooth texture.
This single-origin Ecuadorian cocoa is full of chocolate’s healthy benefits—such as antioxidants, fiber, and minerals—and it contains more flavonoids than green tea, blueberries, and red wine.
If you’re feeling the hot-cocoa fever, check out our suggestions for vegan hot cocoa hacks.
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