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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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

01/12/2010
Anonymous

I just finished a serving of this. I thought it was a great chocolate fix for a few calories.
I 1/2ed the recipe as I didn't have enough cocoa on hand. Found if you add more cornstarch it makes it thicker more like pudding yummy! Although that probably changes the calorie content?

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01/09/2010
Anonymous

I just finished drinking this: I thought it was alright. It really was not as thick as it says it is and looks NOTHING like the picture.

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01/08/2010
Anonymous

This was wonderfully rich and chocolatey! My whole family loved it! I am happy to have found a satisfying fat free, low sugar, creamy hot chocolate. It is hard to believe it is only 98 calories per serving. I make it just as directed. It really is quite decadent. I have an espresso set, so I serve it up in my little cups and put a small dollop of fat free cool whip on top and a sprinkle of cinnamon. My family and I will enjoy this treat regularly.

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01/07/2010
Anonymous
This is heavenly! I halved

This is heavenly!
I halved the recipe for a smaller serving (and less calories) and still had a generous mug full. I also used Splenda instead of sugar for even less calories. I frothed some skim milk for a creamy topping and gently swirled it into the chocolate. I curled up on the couch and sipped this wonderful rich delight and escaped the winter chill - for a little while.

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