Iced Chocolate


We all love hot chocolate in the fall and winter. But how would you like to use those hot chocolate packets to make ice cream? Sounds amazing right?

This recipe for Iced Chocolate shows you how.


Why Make Iced Chocolate

I can’t tell you how many times my son has asked for this dessert. He’s made it so many times by himself, that he doesn’t even need me to make it anymore. It’s almost like making a chocolate milkshake or ice cream sundae. Everything goes in the blender and you have a simple, delicious dessert.


What’s inside an Iced Chocolate


  • Hot chocolate packets (4)
  • Milk
  • Ice
  • Dark Chocolate Sauce
  • Whipped Cream
  • Organic Cacao powder for sprinkling

Put everything in the blender and the result is this creamy chocolate ice cream. It almost resembles a Wendy’s Frosty (and it’s just as good).


As with any good sundae or milkshake, the toppings are just as important as the filling. I used whipped cream, dark chocolate sauce, and Cacao Powder. A little sprinkle of this powder and you are actually fighting off heart disease.

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Enjoy this very easy dessert that is perfect all year!

Iced Chocolate

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes


  • 2 cups Ice crushed
  • 2 cups Milk
  • 4 packets Hot Chocolate Mix
  • Dark Chocolate Sauce
  • Whipped Cream
  • Organic Cacao Powder for sprinkling


  1. Put ice, milk and hot chocolate packets into blender for 1 minute
  2. Pour the iced chocolate mixture into a glass
  3. Top with whipped cream chocolate sauce and cacao powder
  4. Serve immediately

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  1. This is really good! i wouldnt put the whipped cream in because it would melt though (i didnt use cream though but it could be good) also put a little less ice in it too. i put heaps of chocolate sauce in it that made it way better and sweeter!

    1. Hi Jessie
      Depending on the size of the glass, this drink can be split into multiple glasses. My son likes it in a big, giant glass so he can have the entire drink:)

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