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Frostbite Essentials: Food & Treats

Hey guys so this is your essentials list for Frostbite. Frostbite takes place at a ski lodge and of course I found this a perfect time to read this book since it is a beautiful winter wonderland for most of us right now, and what goes better with a cold snowy day then hot chocolate and a pot of soup? I will have links below to AMAZING recipes for a couple of homemade hot chocolates that have unique twists to them. I will also have recipes for soups, and some of them will be crockpot recipes so you can just throw the ingredients in the pot and get back to reading!
I love this girls YouTube channel and she has some really yummy hot chocolate recipes! The first one is her s'mores hot chocolate!

This next one is my FAVORITE it is so rich and creamy and perfect I HIGHLY recommend this one. *Tip if you do not have the hot chocolate she has, do not worry! I have used this recipe with many different hot chocolates. As long as you use a really rich chocolate it will be great!

Of course I had to put on here hot chocolate on a stick

Now on to the soups!

This slow cooker vegetable soup looks so hearty and yummy, and I have it pinned to try!

We had this sausage and bean soup last night and it was GREAT! We actually forgot to put the noodles in, but we added frozen spinach and it was incredible.

If you haven’t heard of skinny taste blog you are missing out! She has amazing recipes that are on the lighter side. Here is her turkey chili taco soup.
I hope you guys like this post and if you try any of the recipes let me know in the comments =)

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