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Mmmm.... I have this big tin of Crema de Almendras from Spain and I have been wondering what to do with it. Well, it was perfect in this very nice hot chocolate!

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rosslare July 07, 2010

Wonderful smooth hot chocolate! I used rice milk, no water and toasted almond butter and added a little piece of 90 percent chocolate. Will definitely make this again! Thanks for posting! Made for Comfort Cafe Snowqueen's Round 2010.

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Mia in Germany January 23, 2010

Really special! Such rich flavor and smooth and creamy from the almond butter. Actually, I think any nut butter would work. Going to try it with peanut butter. Made for Winter 2010 Comfort Cafe game.

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Mikekey January 01, 2010

Delicious! What a nice change from regular hot cocoa. Very easy to make. I didn't have any whipped cream so we served with miniature marshmallows. My grandson could not have enough of it. We will be making this one again and again! Thanks!

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Alskann June 23, 2007

Nice change from regular hot chocolate. I used non-fat milk and topped with a dollop of non-fat whipped cream. This was a great after-dinner treat! Thank you Sharon.

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cookiedog December 09, 2006

This is terrific. I'm sipping on a cup right now. The nut butter (I have almond/hazelnut blend) gives this an unusual and very pleasant texture. I used 1 cup of skim milk (no need to thin it with water) and Splenda. YUMMMM, just wish I had a bigger jar of almond/hazelnut butter!

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Annacia November 30, 2006
Mexican Almond Hot Chocolate