EATS: Rainy Night Mexican Hot Chocolate

hot cocoa

It’s raining in Los Angeles!

With the rain drops falling softly outdoors and the headlights of cars swishing by, I whipped up this hot concoction for a cozy night.  Here is the recipe:

EATS: Rainy Night Mexican Hot Chocolate

Makes 2 serving

 Ingredients:

  •  4 cups almond milk.  I prefer Califia almond milk for its simple goodness
  •  1 tablet of Abuelita Mexican chocolate
  •  2 cinnamon sticks

 Steps:

  •  Pour4 cups of almond milk in a small saucepan over medium-low heat
  • Break the tablet of Abuelita Mexican Chocolate into pieces and place in the suacepan.  Some might start with 2 tablespoons of milk and melt the hot chocolate first before pouring in the rest of the milk.  I found that having all the ingredients in the saucepan together right from the start cuts down the two-step pouring steps and is just more straightforward.  One just have to be mindful about stirring the tablet more frequently
  • Stirring frequently until tablet melts.  Takes about a minute.
  • Let simmer for a minute
  • Divide this divine ambrosia into two cups
  • Add cinnamon sticks to each cup

Voila!  It takes less than 10 minutes to prepare this delicious divine ambrosia.  You can add a pinch of sea salt, a drop of vanilla extract, mint with a shot of Bourbon, toasted shredded coconut, and of course marshmallow, if you like.  The possibilites are endless!

Hope you find this recipe useful!  Enjoy!

 

 

 

About Monki

I am a mother, a wife, a physician and a scientist. This is a life style blog about recipe ideas to try out, fun events to check out, being a career woman, health concerns, parenting doubts and triumph, and all the silly and loving moments in between.
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2 Responses to EATS: Rainy Night Mexican Hot Chocolate

  1. sara.kim@ah.org says:

    OMG ! That sounds so good right now with my toes cold and it is still raining outside as I sit in my office a work.
    Will have to try that later tonight for a cozy moment with my boys.

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