4 Reviews

Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe Sharon. I loved the bittersweet taste of the chocolate and the richness of the drink. The brown sugar brings a nice depth of sweetness to the hot chocolate. I garnished this lovely treat with a cardamom and mace whipped cream, which complimented the hot chocolate beautifully. I will be enjoying this often during the coming winter.

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Baby Kato November 11, 2013

Made for a nice change of pace. I have never had hot chocolate with brown sugar in it. Great great flavor, and made for a nice evening drink. Made for PRMR tag.

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weekend cooker October 15, 2012

Mmmmmmmmmmmmm, this is bittersweet heaven. I used 1 teaspoon of Splenda brown sugar and could have used 3/4 teaspoon, It's still beautiful bittersweet in liquid form. This will be only enough for a small cup but with it's richness you really don't need any more.

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Annacia August 31, 2009

How Delish and rich tasting! In my opinion, I like it with the brown sugar because it softens the dark chocolate edge. While making it, the chocolate aroma made the house feel cozy; reason for filling it into a Santa mug. Having it in the Santa mug isn't Parisian, but the feeling is (+ I don't own pretty clear mugs). Will be making this again, especially for those cold winter days. Thank you Sharon123 for an enjoyable addition to my recipe files. Tagged it for PRMR.

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ForeverMama May 07, 2014
Parisian Hot Chocolate