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Thick & Rich Hot Cocoa

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Rich, creamy and thick enough that you may want to scoop it with a spoon, this European-style drinking chocolate is something different from the usual hot cocoa. Serve it in a demitasse or espresso cup for an elegant treat.



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"I definitely can't believe its only 98 calories. However, a dash of vanilla extract, cinnamon, or grated orange peel adds some subtle flavor. "
Thick & Rich Hot Cocoa Recipe

14 Reviews for Thick & Rich Hot Cocoa

12/09/2010
Delicious, thank you

Wonderful - thank you. I've been looking for a recipe to do a homemade version of the go-weak-at-the-knees hot chocolate we can get her at the ice cream parlors. I love it with a pinch of cinnamon and chilli.

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07/05/2010
Anonymous

I definitely can't believe its only 98 calories. However, a dash of vanilla extract, cinnamon, or grated orange peel adds some subtle flavor.

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05/11/2010

Love this South Euro-style hot chocolate. So satisfying. Just keep simmering gently until it thickens--it eventually will, just give it enough time. I always add a curl or two of fresh orange peel (without pith) while the milk warms up--the hint of orange oil is a delicious addition and totally natural. You could also add 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract.

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01/24/2010

This was OK. I had no issues getting mine think and creamy like the picture. I constantly whisked and right before boiling I could see it was getting thick so I kept going until it got almost pudding texture. I loved the texture and how warm it was but for me it was not sweet enough. I added some Splenda packs but it was still bitter tasting. If you are not a real sweet tooth like me you will love this.

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01/20/2010
Anonymous

This makes a hot cocoa that's a lot like drinking hot pudding. Texture is good, but I think it could use a dash of salt or a little vanilla extract to round out the flavor.

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