I’m excited to be a part of the Hot Chocolate Recipe Party. It’s a fun blog-hop type of party with FREE recipe printables being provided by all of the participants. Each one of us is showing off our favorite hot chocolate recipe and then providing printables that can be compiled, and even given as a gift! It’s so DIY and thanks to the great design, it’ll be totally cute too.
So in all honesty, I’m not a big chocolate fan, but I’m a BIG fan of my Mexican Hot Chocolate. I use to make it the ol’ fashioned way, with soymilk (instead of cow milk) and a tablet of Abuelita Chocolate (the only kind of Mexican hot chocolate that we use). Then my friend, Nicole of Presley’s Pantry suggested I add evaporated milk instead. It was an instant “wow!!!” moment.
This Mexican Hot Chocolate recipe is one that I use throughout the year, not just during the holidays because it tastes absolutely delicious and only takes about ten minutes to do. For a great cool treat, blend it with ice and it becomes a scrumptious ice blended treat.
You need four simple ingredients for this recipe – and it’s über-important that they are these four (try to stick with the Nestlé brand because they really make a difference in the taste).
Mexican Hot Chocolate Recipe
1 Nestle Abuelita Chocolate Tablet
12 oz. Nestle Carnation Evaporated Milk
20 oz. Soymilk (or any other type of milk)
1 Cinnamon Stick
Mix all ingredients in a medium sauce pan over low heat. Continuing stirring as it comes to a boil allowing the melting chocolate to be mixed thoroughly with the milk. Serve while hot and add a cinnamon stick to each cup for enhanced flavor.
Check out all the other finger-licking good hot chocolate recipes that these awesome bloggers are sharing. Hop over to their blogs using the links below and grab the printables from them too!
by Pattie ~ LivingMiVidaLoca.com
Orange Cardamom Hot Chocolate
by Sharon ~ CupcakesandCutlery.com
by Tee ~ ThatsItMommy.com
by Linsey ~ LillePunkin.com
by Kara ~ SmallThingsareBigThings.com
by Jamie ~ MNGirlinLA.com
by Caryn ~ RockinMama.net
by Alma ~ FieldTripMom.com
by Jill ~ SandyToesandPopsicles.com