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What kind of topping will you be adding to your hot chocolate?

The cold has well and truly set in, so we thought it would be a good idea to wrap you up all nice and cosy while listing eight winter movies that are guaranteed to have you beaming from ear to ear.

And while you're at it, you might as well treat yourself to a Cadbury hot chocolate, topped with another delicious ingredient. If you're looking for some hot chocolate inspiration, then be sure to give one (or all) of our choices a go.


'Groundhog Day'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons

Nothing says 'Groundhog Day' more than adding some *extra* Cadbury goodness to your hot chocolate. If you're afraid of branching out a bit with your mug of hot chocolate and wish to stick to a firm favourite, then pop on Bill Murray as he relives the same day over and over again in this comedy classic.

Groundhog Day


'It’s A Wonderful Life'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Fudge

It sure is a wonderful life when you add some Fudge. Pairing one of the best Christmas movies ever made with such a glorious hot chocolate topping is a no-brainer. The movie stars James Stewart as George Bailey, a man who has come to his wit's end at Christmas. It takes the appearance of an Angel, Clarence, to wake him up to all of the good things that he has done in his life - we're sure you won't need a wake up call as to why you should be adding fudge to your hot chocolate.

it's a wonderful life


'Bridget Jones’ Diary'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Cadbury Flake

Now, poor auld Bridget Jones doesn't have the best of luck when it comes to finding the love of her life. You could say she's had more than a few run-ins with some flaky men. From turning up to a Sunday afternoon party dressed up as a Playboy bunny, to those festive drinks with Colin Firth and his ugly Rudolph Christmas jumper, popping a Cadbury Flake in your hot chocolate will ensure that you sink even further into your sofa out of pure comedy awkwardness.



'Last Christmas'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Marshmallows

It's wintertime, so all we want is something indulgent, reliable, and... gooey? The perfect combination with the marshmallow topping on your hot chocolate is the movie 'Last Christmas'. In typical yuletide fashion, the romantic comedy sees Kate ('Game of Thrones' actress Emilia Clarke), who has a job as one of Santa's Elves, begin a relationship with charmer Tom (Henry Golding). It'll have you feeling all sorts of fluffy.


'Die Hard'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Sprinkles

If you've never made the connection between sprinkles and explosions, well then this will be a first for you. Often considered one of the must-watch Christmas movies ever (even though it's full of terrorists, a heroic Bruce Willis, and an electrifying Hans Gruber played by the late Alan Rickman), we can think of no better match for your hot chocolate. You'll never look at sprinkles the same way again.



'Love Actually'

Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Hazelnuts

Love can be nuts at times, can't it? This firm winter favourite is certainly absolutely bursting with all sorts of nuts, from Bill Nighy' reworking 'Love Is All Around', to Rowan Atkinson and his elaborate gift wrapping skills, why not mix up your yearly viewing of the movie by adding in that extra special ingredient? We guarantee you'll be going back for more, actually.

Love Actually Emma Thompson Alan Rickman


Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Popcorn

Hot chocolate and popcorn belong together, just like the story of Buddy the Elf belongs on your Christmas watchlist. Sure, while you're at it, you might as well have a go at recreating your own 'Elf' breakfast too. You've already got hold of the hot chocolate and popcorn, so now all you have to add is spaghetti, maple syrup, marshmallows, pop tarts...

Elf, Jon Favreau, Will Ferrell



Cadbury Hot Chocolate topping: Oreo

There have been countless interpretations of the Charles Dickens' classic, but none greater than Bill Murray as Frank Cross in 'Scrooged'. Cranky, cold, and altogether a crusty anti-Christmas man, he is visited by three ghosts from the present, future, and the past who try to show him the error of his ways. And with such a hard individual turning slowly into a big softie, why not watch it while sipping on a hot chocolate topped with a crunchy Oreo biscuit that will soften in no time.


Cadbury Hot Chocolate, how will you make it yours?