This is a great winter treat. I think I even prefer it to hot chocolate! The recipe below is AIP-friendly, but I actually tend to make it with whole milk because I tolerate dairy better than I do non-dairy milks. But that just goes to show that the recipe works well regardless of what kind of milk you prefer! For a more decadent treat after reintroductions, you can also use melted white chocolate instead of the coconut butter.
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- Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan and heat through at a simmer, then serve hot.