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    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

    I found this recipe in Everyday With Rachael Ray. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #408754

    Originally titled Charleston Hot Cocoa, from a Hershey cookbook. This is our favorite cocoa. It is very rich and chocolately.

    Recipe #397671

    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

    From Food Network Magazine. Tastes pretty darn close! Splenda can be used instead of sugar.

    Recipe #382589

    When Cortez and those guys arrived in Aztec country, they were unimpressed by these little dark brown beans everyone seemed to carry around, until they learned these were money -- 100 cacao beans would buy a slave. Probably Xocatl was actually developed as a food by Mayan peoples farther south, the beans were a hot trade item, before they finally got ground up and drunk as hot chocolate. You can just make cocoa your usual way (which is perhaps by adding hot water to a pre-mixed envelope), and we can't grind the beans, but here's a bit more authentic way

    Recipe #164552

    Make sure to use a good quality cocoa for this one. Its so good, please don't be tempted to not use the SALT...it enhances the dark depths of the bittersweet chocolate and the sweet golden carmel.

    Recipe #335544

    I love flavoured coffees and am always looking for new flavour combos. This one I found on a Davinci website, I'm posting the recipe as is but I usually half the amount of syrup used if I'm using a smallish mug. Mmmmm yum!

    Recipe #244729

    When I was a teen back in the late '60's we would take Dr. Pepper and heat it on the stove, add a slice of lemon and boy was it good in the winter. This recipe reminded me of that and sounds interesting.

    Recipe #224010

    I had this on a trip to Rosarita Beach, Mexico and loved the cinnamon taste!

    Recipe #224067

    Had this with a friend one morning and I just loved it. I had to have the recipe to share with my friends too. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

    Recipe #143840

    9 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Don't look at the calories just make it and enjoy it!

    Recipe #12444

    Have you ever wandered in from the cold into one of those Coffee Shops and ordered something hot and delicious only to wish you could make it at home? Now you can! (But It'll have to be our little secret....Shhhh)

    Recipe #192517

    3 Reviews |  By CandyTX

    I was looking for a good hot chocolate recipe for a December book club meeting and found this... I can't wait to try it!

    Recipe #199186

    Wonderful warm drink for cold weather.

    Recipe #110360

    I wanted an alternative to hot chocolate and a way to boost my calcium intake. I suppose you could use rum or substitute any type of milk. This would be great for kids.

    Recipe #163702

    This is very nice and comforting when it is raining outside or even better when your about to go to sleep, a chef in america told me how to make this

    Recipe #181639

    A DELICIOUS alternative to Hot Chocolate. A guilt free drink with almost zero fat!

    Recipe #197195

    18 Reviews |  By 2bizzy

    I saw Paula make this and just had to try it. It's really good!

    Recipe #138566

    1 Reviews |  By Tweeky

    A great treat to invite those cold Christmas carolers in for to warm them up so they can continue on their way to entertain your neighbors this holiday season.

    Recipe #47968

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