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Any recipes for home made hot chocolate?

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MsHighwater Sat 06-Oct-12 19:20:50

I make "sipping chocolate" for my dd, served in an espresso cup. I use Elmlea - enough to not quite fill the cup - and, in a bowl in the microwave, I melt 3 or 4 squares of chocolate into it, whisking it till it's smooth once it's melted. Really simple and delicious.

wildpoppy Sat 06-Oct-12 19:14:28

Really, nutella? Brilliant idea.

AndMiffyWentToSleep Sat 06-Oct-12 19:13:47

Thick, Italian style:

AndMiffyWentToSleep Sat 06-Oct-12 19:13:20

Thick, Italian style:

MoreBeta Sat 06-Oct-12 18:55:59

Best chocolate ever in Argentina.

Hot milk plus a small chocolate bar just big enough to fit in the mug.

They give the hot milk in the mug and leave you to dip the bar yourself.

They call it a 'submarino' for obvious reasons.

HoldMeCloserTonyDanza Sat 06-Oct-12 18:51:33

I third Jamie's. It's awesome!

seabuckthorn Sat 06-Oct-12 18:15:10

I second Jamie's hot chocolate, it is incredible!

TeaOneSugar Sat 06-Oct-12 17:04:51

In our house "Daddy's Special Hot Chocolate" is hot mik with a spoonful of nutella stirred in.

Inneedofbrandy Sat 06-Oct-12 16:36:01

I can't do it on my phone, try searching homemade hot chocolate powder on there.

GwendolineScaryLacey Sat 06-Oct-12 16:32:06

Milk, the only Mik I know is definitely not hot... hmm

GwendolineScaryLacey Sat 06-Oct-12 16:31:44

Hot mik. Nutella. Voila!

CalamityKate Sat 06-Oct-12 16:31:39

Jamie Oliver has a recipe for hot choc. It's thick and delicious. Google "Jamie's Epic Hot Choc"

hhhhhhh Sat 06-Oct-12 16:30:47

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Inneedofbrandy Sat 06-Oct-12 16:27:59

There's a pin on pintrest of homemade chocolate powder. Top of my head it was milk powder cocoa powder cinnamon and tiny chocolate stars.

If you do it with melting actual chocolate always add a bit of vanilla essence.

casper91 Sat 06-Oct-12 15:31:26

Put a 400g block of milk chocolate broken up into a pan. Add 400ml milk and heat, stirring all the time, and then whisk and serve. Yummy! Obviously this can be adjusted to suit tastes. And I'm hoping to experiment with some flavouring soon. Have fun!

hhhhhhh Sat 06-Oct-12 14:58:28

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