Where to Get the Best Hot Chocolate in Utah

Utah and hot chocolate go together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s no secret that Utahns love a cup of warm tasty hot cocoa. This delicacy is especially savored during the winter season, where the warmness of the chocolate paired with the coolness of the winter air will really make you feel at home.

Utah is known for its great chocolate products, including its hot cocoa, due to its large artisan chocolate production. And with so many options for a delicious cup of hot cocoa, it can be hard to decide where to go to enjoy your next cup.

Here are our picks of great places that will satisfy that Utahn “hot-chocolate-need” inside of you:

Hatch Family Chocolates | 376 8th Ave, Salt Lake City
Hatch Family Chocolates produces its world-famous hot chocolate using a blend of solid chocolates and steaming it into perfection. Located in Salt Lake’s historic Avenues, this shop offers every chocolate lover a chance to experience the hot chocolate experience to their liking. Customers can order their drink to be made with milk or dark chocolate and for those who prefer a more natural experience, the drink can also be prepared vegan.

Communal | 102 N University Ave, Provo
Love marshmallows? Then you’ll love Communal’s version of the popular drink. Communal’s hot cocoa is topped off with a giant homemade marshmallow. Once that marshmallow melts into your cup, you will experience a sweet gooey finish to your delicious beverage.

Les Madeleines | 216 E. 500 South, Salt Lake City
Les Madeleines is mostly known for its Kouing Aman, a rich buttery pastry from Brittany, France. The pastry shop serves a variety of French-inspired pastries along with hearty breakfast and lunch specials. And let’s not forget its mouthwatering hot cocoa, that’s made from Valrhona chocolate, a French premium chocolate that’s used in high-end restaurants.

The Chocolate Conspiracy | 774 South 300 West, Salt Lake City
The Chocolate Conspiracy’s hot chocolate is made from cacao that is 100{b0691beea1c2f39bd1c58efe4ba0816740a602e2685bc83cc0a70ecfa3fcdf10} raw, non-GMO, non-hybridized, but still contains high flavor due to its natural flavor and aroma. You can enjoy this not-too-sweet cup of hot cocoa with other chocolate treats such as cookies and truffles that are nutritious and at the same time delicious.

What’s your favorite place to splurge on a cup of hot chocolate? Let us know in the comments below.

By |2016-02-11T10:07:03-07:00February 11, 2016|

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Michelle Quintero is a passionate writer who enjoys documenting and learning about the world through different forms of communication. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University who specialized in Broadcast Communication Arts. Along with her knowledge of broadcasting, she is also specialized in conveying messages through other platforms, such as social media, blogs, and news writing. Michelle has always had a fascination with real estate and is looking forward to writing for Coldwell Banker.

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