*Jackson Morgan sponsored this post, but all thoughts are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make PMQ for two possible.
Peppermint Mocha Whiskey Cream
So in case you haven’t yet tried a Jackson Morgan Southern Cream, they are a craft whiskey company producing all kinds of tasty, southern inspired flavors like Banana Pudding, Salted Caramel, Peaches & Cream, Brown Sugar & Cinnamon etc. Basically, if you’re into fun whiskey or cream based drinks, this is the perfect drink for you!
The peppermint mocha is the perfect accompaniment for your holiday bar. and can easily be added to just about anything you’re dreaming up in the kitchen. The Peppermint Mocha goes down smooth, and finishes with a kick, so it’d make a great glaze on a desert, or as an addition to anything with chocolate or coffee!
What you need to make a Whiskey Peppermint Mocha Frozen Hot Chocolate
Ready for this? It’s super simple – you need hot chocolate mix (pick a brand, any brand!), milk (or thick cream), ice, whipped cream, and Jackson Morgan’s Peppermint Mocha Southern Cream.
Whipping up a Frozen Hot Chocolate
Sure, most people tend to prefer their hot chocolate warm, but there is something to be said for just chilling it — it’s like an amazing milkshake, but somehow different and better.
How to Garnish your Frozen Whiskey Peppermint Mocha Hot Chocolate
In literally the span of a few seconds, you’ve got some blended goodness. But stop there! Before pouring it into your cup (preferably a reindeer one), you should coat the inside of it with a bit of the Peppermint Mocha cream.
Trust me, you want to do that. THIS is where you pour in your frozen mixture, and then top it with a shot (or a double shot) of the whiskey cream. Add a metric ton of whipped cream (duh!) and a peppermint candy cane stir stick.
So there you have it! A Whiskey Peppermint Mocha Frozen Hot Chocolate that tastes amazing, is easy to prepare, and is a surefire way to spread seasonal cheer!
I mean, look how good this looks! It tastes amazing too. During a busy season of holiday entertaining, this is like the antidote to my hostess troubles.