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What a wonderful hot chocolate. It is just starting to cool off in the evenings here. I made this last night for me and my husband. We both loved the soothing maple-chocolate flavor. Very creamy and delicious. Thanks Nurse Di.

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Gladys58 September 24, 2002

This tasted great! The flavor of the maple was subtle and pleasant and not too overpowering. The marshmallows melted just enough to make this extra-creamy. I'll be making this again and again! Excellent job! Thanks, NurseDi!

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Sue Lau September 15, 2002

Now this is quite good. I love hot chocolate and maple. Just never thought of putting the two flavors together in a drink. They blended well together and were not overpowering to each other. Very smooth, rich and creamy. Just the way hot chocolate should be. Thanks Nurse Di.

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PixieDust November 13, 2002

What a wonderful way to warm up. I made this during my sister's visit. We both enjoyed the rich smooth chocolatey goodness laced with the flavor of maple. Very creamy. Definite winner. Thanks Nurse Di.

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Gail Blue Eyes October 26, 2002

It has been very cold here (teens and 20's), so I started making hot chocolate at least once every day. I printed a couple recipes, but stuck with this one. It isn't super chocolaty, it's perfect. I prefer whipped cream on top, but I think melting the marshmallows into it adds something special. This recipe is a keeper!

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**Sierra** December 17, 2009

Yum! I had to add some extra chocolate b/c I am a chocoholic. :)

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Wildblu3 December 01, 2009

Excellent! Best hot chocolate I've had. Made per recipe, but melted in some real chocolate w/the cocoa and cut back on the sugar a little. Didn't have maple "flavoring", so I added a little maple syrup. Topped w/whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles for the kids. Can't wait to try w/some Grand Marnier for an adult version.

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Dan in Raleigh, NC November 13, 2009

This might be the most delicious hot chocolate i've ever tasted! Next time, i will decrease the sugar just a tiny bit, but that is the only change i would make.

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Qmeg October 14, 2009

This has been, by far, my favorite hot chocolate recipe on Recipezaar. A lot of the others are way too rich and dark chocolatey. This one tasted much more like the mixes you get from the store (which is exactly what I wanted!). I omitted the maple b/c I couldn't find it in the pantry, used just a tad bit less sugar than called for, and probably should have put in just a tad more cocoa for our tastes. It was a very big hit with my four little men! This will become my staple for hot chocolate. Thanks for this great recipe!

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Pastry Lovin' September 23, 2009
New England Hot Chocolate