6 Reviews

What a wonderful, rich cocoa! I used 100 percent dark drinking chocolate. WIll make this again for sure! Thanks for posting!
Made for Best of 2010.

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Mia in Germany March 04, 2011

Rich and delicious, the way all hot cocoa should be. I used Extra Brut Cocoa powder. Made for the Comfort Cafe Winter 2010

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momaphet January 30, 2010

I had this for b'fast yesterday, as it was a bit cool for a change. Loved the kick from the cayenne! Used just a little extra of Hershey's Special Dark Chocolate. Will make this again in winter, when it will really be appreciated! Thnx for posting Sharon. Made for Comfort Cafe Summer 2009.

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Darkhunter July 31, 2009

This hot chocolate is great. I used only 2 tablespoon of sugar. For me that's sweet enough. I didn't add the optional chocolate. It taste great as is. I made it in the microwave. It was easier. Thanks Sharon. Made for Please Review My Recipe

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Boomette February 01, 2009

Mmmmmm, pepper and chocolate. What a great Winter drink. I love that bit of cayenne with the dark double Dutch cocoa. As always I used skim milk and fat free evaporated for the cream. Even so it managed to be creamy and dreamy. It's a winner!

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Annacia January 18, 2009

Great tasting hot cocoa especially with the dash of cayenne pepper which gives it a new level of sophistication. In addition I added both chocolate and regular whip cream. Thanks for posting. This recipe was made for the "Potluck Tag (January) - Bring a Friend Event!!!

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AcadiaTwo January 16, 2009
Hot Sweet and Creamy Cocoa!