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Cadbury World worker reveals secret to making best hot chocolate is melting BUTTONS with hot water

A Cadbury World cafe employee has revealed the secret to recreating their delicious hot chocolate. 

TikTok user Chloe Rose, who claims to work at the tourist attraction in Birmingham, shared her clever hack in a video on the social media site.

It’s proved hugely popular with fans of the indulgent drink, with more than 1.5 million views on the platform.

Chloe explained that rather than using instant chocolate powder, she and her colleagues melt a handful of Cadbury Giant Buttons with a small amount of hot water.

A Cadbury World cafe employee has revealed the secret to recreating their delicious hot chocolate - melting Giant Buttons instead of using instant powder

A Cadbury World cafe employee has revealed the secret to recreating their delicious hot chocolate - melting Giant Buttons instead of using instant powder

A Cadbury World cafe employee has revealed the secret to recreating their delicious hot chocolate – melting Giant Buttons instead of using instant powder

‘I work at Cadbury’s World and this is how we make the pengest hot chocolate,’ she captioned the clip. 

Chloe is seen putting eight chocolate buttons into a mug before adding a splash of boiling water and stirring it well until it forms a thick, creamy mixture. 

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan.

She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top, followed by a Flake (or a leftover Giant Button).

Chloe completes it with a dusting of Cadbury instant hot chocolate powder. 

TikTok user Chloe Rose, who claims to work at the tourist attraction in Birmingham, shared her clever hack in a video on the social media site. After adding the buttons to a mug she stirs in a splash of hot water to melt them

TikTok user Chloe Rose, who claims to work at the tourist attraction in Birmingham, shared her clever hack in a video on the social media site. After adding the buttons to a mug she stirs in a splash of hot water to melt them

TikTok user Chloe Rose, who claims to work at the tourist attraction in Birmingham, shared her clever hack in a video on the social media site. After adding the buttons to a mug she stirs in a splash of hot water to melt them

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan and mixes again. She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan and mixes again. She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan and mixes again. She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan and mixes again. She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top

For added creaminess, she then pours in steaming hot milk from a pan and mixes again. She concludes the drink by adding a generous portion of whipped cream on top

Hot chocolate fans praised the hack, with the video notching up more than 142,500 likes and 1,486 comments.

One wrote: ‘I am definitely going to make hot chocolate like this from now on.’

Another commented: ‘Okay I’m craving this now.’

And one added: ‘I’ve been to Cadbury World so many times and love the hot chocolate.’ 

Chloe completes the drink with a dusting of Cadbury instant hot chocolate powder. Hot chocolate fans praised the hack, with the video notching up more than 142,500 likes and 1,486 comments

Chloe completes the drink with a dusting of Cadbury instant hot chocolate powder. Hot chocolate fans praised the hack, with the video notching up more than 142,500 likes and 1,486 comments

Chloe completes the drink with a dusting of Cadbury instant hot chocolate powder. Hot chocolate fans praised the hack, with the video notching up more than 142,500 likes and 1,486 comments

However one user who claimed they too used to work at the cafe said this was not the method she followed to make hot chocolates.

Her comment was disputed by another TikToker, who replied: ‘I’ve worked there for two years and that’s how they’ve always made it… the buttons take three seconds to melt under boiling water and continue to melt when stirring.’

Femail has reached out to Cadbury World for comment.

Source: Food Recipes and News

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