Mexican chocolate is grainier than other kinds of chocolate and is also used to make sauces like mole. It's flavored with cinnamon, almonds and vanilla, but this recipe calls for semisweet chocolate and added seasonings instead. Authentic Mexican hot chocolate is made with a molinillo (a special chocolate beater to make the hot drink frothy), but you can use a whisk for yours. Your drink might not be quite as frothy, but it'll still be tasty!
If you feel up for something even more special, add a few more ingredients to your drink: cayenne pepper and chili powder. It's a great way to add a bit of an adventure to your warm drink! Like most traditional recipes, there are many variations of Mexican hot chocolate. This version is sure to warm you to your toes and put a smile on your face!
Serves 4 people
This version of Mexican hot chocolate will definitely warm you! It's tasty with a little something special to take you beyond ordinary hot chocolate.
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