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  • SPANISH HOT CHOCOLATE

    INGREDIENTS:
    4 cups of whole milk ( or you can use 2 cups of half and half and 2 cups of whole milk)
    1 can condensed milk ( add another half can if you wanted sweeter)
    1 teaspoon GOOD vanilla extract
    1 teaspoon corn starch

    8 ounces of good semi sweet or unsweetened dark chocolate ( i like ghirardelli or Lindt try use one that has at least 70 percent cacao content).
    whip cream for topping (optional).

    WHITE HOT CHOCOLATE:
    Same as above just use good white chocolate.
    1 teaspoon of nutmeg
    sprinkle with a little cinnamon ( optional)

    dilute the corn start in 2-3 tablespoons of water set aside. Heat the milk on medium stirring constantly add the vanilla extract and the condensed milk. Add the corn starch and keep stirring break the chocolate and add to milk content a little at a time until completely dissolved ( if using unsweetened chocolate check for sweetness) when the hot chocolate is nice and thick SERVE HOT. ( serves 4-6 people).

    NOTE: you can save remainder for another night keep well in refrigerator for up to 2 days.

    for more recipes go to my blog. recipesforpeopleonthego.blogspot.com

  • #2
    hmmmmmmm.........will definitely try it......

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    • #3
      Wow, it Sounds delicious though by just reading it so I am sure it will be sweeter when I will make and taste it. Thanks though for posting this.

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      • #4
        I might try this, but I'm going to cut the recipe in half.

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