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ground up 1/4 to 1/2 cup of oatmeal in a coffee grinder, nuke up the oat powder with a cup of water in microwave, mix it with cocoa and sugar OR sweet chai tea powder, stir in extra 6 oz water, nuke one minute, tada! It works for me too
Very good champurrado! It has a good flavor and is creamy as well. Thanks for posting
Wordeful chocolate! Different than the ones they serve here. But I was lucky to found a Mexican food store next to my office and so I found masa harina and piloncillo cones!!! I used theM for the first time and the result was so good. Now I must found some other recipes that use them, but even if I don't this chocolate is so tasty that it going to be an usual morning beverage. Thanks PaulaG for another keeper. Made it for ZWT3.
I had to use regular flour since finding Harina flour here in NL was probably asking a bit much of Dutch supermarkets :) Like ncmystryshopper I also made 1 serving so the amount of flour wasn't big enough to change the taste I think. Piloncillo cones... (Thank heavens for the Kitchen Dictionary to explain that one!) I'm am idiot from a different planet it seems, plain brown sugar it was for me... Heck I had trouble enough finding the cinnamon sticks! The recipe was worth it though... a soft cinnamon choc flavour that's worth a lovely 4 stars. Thanks :)
I agree! Delicious! I reduced the recipe to one serving and the 1/8 cup masa harina flour sounded like too much.... so I only added a tablespoon (1/16th). I have had piloncillo cones sitting on my counter for a month and was glad to finally use them! Thanks Paula!
Delicious, thick hot chocolate with a nice cinnamony taste! Thank you Paula. I made this for the Mexican Sweet Challenge-beverage.