Cup of hot chocolate with whipped cream (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The chill in my bones
Is warmed by hot chocolate
Whipped cream on my nose
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That would taste good right now!
you are not kidding!
If you make me a cup, I’ll bring my cookies that I just baked.
it is a deal! my sweet tooth is acting up and I am in withdrawal–nothing sweet in the house
Chocolate buttermilk cookies with chocolate chips and walnuts with a huge dollop of mocha frosting coming right up
oh my gosh–those sound wonderful–just take a left at the bridge
Whipped cream on the nose is a must!!
it is or it is just not worth it!
Hot. Chocolate. Whipped cream. 3 of my favourite things! :)
wish we could share some
Now that looks tasty on a snowy day like today!!
perfect isn’t it?
Looks tasty and delightful!
sometimes it is the simple things…….
I add a little Rumchata to mine ;)
what is that?
A rum & horchata (rice based drink) mix: rumchata.com
Your photo makes me think that you have a little hot chocolate with your whipped cream! And of course, there is NOTHING wrong with that. :-)
the whipped cream needs something for a foundation!
There it is! The solution to feeling happy when it’s cold outside. And you said it all in 3 lines!
sometimes it does not take much to make me happy!
I lower the tone by adding a good swig of kahlua !!!
I personally think that heightens the tone!
Hot Chocolate is always right in winter!
yes it is–it just steams winter!
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