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    Cocoa and Hot Chocolate

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    I would love to be in Austria right now, at a little outdoor cafe, sipping this warm and soothing drink. I usually sub whipped coconut cream instead of the dairy version. From Bon Apetit, 1991 and posted on Epicurious.

    Recipe #508748

    The hot chocolate is perfectly creamy and sweet. The graham cracker crumbs meet the lips with a sweet surprise at every sip. And the toasty marshmallows absolutely MAKE it. If you prefer mix hot chocolates, simply skip the hot cocoa part and add your favorite mix to the mug. The graham cracker rim and toasty marshmallows are what really sets this recipe apart. Hope you love it! I changed the recipe just a bit to use dark chocolate. Your choose.

    Recipe #500130

    These coffee chocolate waffles are the perfect sweet treat for any time, from breakfast to dessert. Adapted from the Chew on ABC.

    Recipe #466746

    No powdered milk in this one! I have stopped using dairy milk pretty much, so now I can use the non dairy milk of my choice. Try almond, soy, rice, flax, or whatever you want.

    Recipe #466437

    This is for all my friends that adore peanut butter! These are a little time consuming, but definitely worth it! Very rich and very fantastic! Actually, you can use natural peanut butter but they will make the layer harder. Reviewers said to make about 25% more ganache, so you might try that. Taken from Anne Thornton Show: Dessert First, Episode: Brownie Bonanza

    Recipe #459888

    I have this written on an old envelope, I changed it from another recipe to make it easier. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #437710

    I can't remember where I got the idea, but changed it around some to simplify it and here ya go!

    Recipe #437701

    A recipe courtesy Aida Mollenkamp on the new cooking channel. I have tweaked the ingredients just a little. :) Enjoy!

    Recipe #430387

    Good and good for ya! Recipe adapted from The Hallelujah Diet cookbook via Everyday Wholesome Eating...in the Raw cookbook by Kim Wilson.

    Recipe #407035

    Great for a cold night to warm you from within! Fun to share with a friend.

    Recipe #401762

    Rich tasting and so delish! Adapted from Better Homes & Gardens magazine. This was entered in the Hot Drinks catagory by Aubrey Shaner from Orem, Ut., and won $400!

    Recipe #397057

    Yum, these are all chocolatey, and cracked, and covered with powdered sugar, as if hit by a snow quake! Triple chocolates make for a chocolate lovers treat! Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #379185

    One of the first recipes David Lebovitz put up on his site was a hot chocolate recipe from Wittamer, one of the best chocolate shops in Brussels, where he actually worked for a time. The head chocolatier, Michael Lewis gave him this recipe, which they serve in their chic tea salon overlooking the place Sablon. Try to find the best chocolate you can(30-40%). Adapted from The Great Book of Chocolate.

    Recipe #379034

    Not one but three deep-chocolate versions of your favorite wintertime sip. You can easily double or triple this recipe to serve a crowd. Adapted from Delish magazine.

    Recipe #379009

    I love collecting hot chocolate recipes from different countries. When wintering in Paris, one of life's great pleasures is sipping a cup of rich hot chocolate, le chocolat chaud, in a cozy café. This hot chocolate is deeply flavorful, but not over-the-top rich, so enjoy anytime! Adapted from David Lebovitz's blog

    Recipe #378963

    Warm caramel sauce and a little chocolate syrup spooned into a ramekin's bottom results in a cake with an irresistibly gooey surprise. Plan ahead, because you need to freeze the ramikins for about 70 minutes before baking. Adapted from Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #378962

    What fun! The kids can help with this. Pep up your hot chocolate, coffee, apple cider, etc. with marshmallow swizzle sticks! You can change the colors to suit the occasion! Adapted from BH&G magazine(December 2008).

    Recipe #375908

    Chocolate biscotti with a creamy chocolate topping! If you can't find hazelnuts, other nuts can be used, such as pine nuts, almonds, walnuts, even cashews! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #367296

    A favorite combo of flavors, these muffins resemble crumb cakes when made with streusel. The topping makes alot so you can use more for later or cut the topping in half. Update: I have made a few changes to make this even better!(Thanks Realtor!)

    Recipe #367270

    A really fun way to eat your bon bons! The name bonbon stems from the French word bon, literally meaning “good”. Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #355552

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