Esto es muy bueno! Mejor que la mayoría de los otros chocolates calientes!
!!! So rich and so chocolately... I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to finish my cup but somehow I did manage. :) Next time I make it I'll stop by the Hispanic bakery for churros first.
This hot chocolate was not what I had expected out of it. I expected to thicken nicely. but I didn't have cornstarch so I added twice as much flour and dissolved it in water, I had a hard time with that, but it ended up with lumps in the hot chocolate.
I made this recipe with my middle school Spanish students. It's very much like the hot chocolate you get in Spain, but easy enough for kids to make. We dipped churros from our local churreria in the hot chocolate, and for a moment I was back in Madrid! Great recipe, thanks!
This is wonderful, very rich, and much like what you get in Spain. For those who haven't tried it there, it is a lot like a pudding before it has set up. Eat it with a spoon or let it cool, so it doesn't burn your tongue. Served 6 for us, as it is very decadent!
This is typical in Spain, its usually served with churros, its absolutly wonderful, it is always served around the holidays. Try it with the churros you'll love it.,Mmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!
Photo Tag 2007 - Talk about a chocolate rush! It was almost too much chocolate....notice I said 'almost'! This is definitely not something to have too often and is more of an occasional treat. Thanks for sharing Sharon!
Chocolate lovers dreams... rich and thick!!!! I use decaf coffee and I did not notice a difference...sooooooooo good,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, soooooooooooo dreamy...love chocolate ... love this!!! Will be making again!
WOW, this really packs a chocolate wallop! I didn't think it was too think, in fact, I rather enjoyed that part. I didn't use the coffee powder as there was none in the house. If you love chocolate then I recommend that you give this a try but don't walk away while making it because it foams up and over very rapidly if your not there to keep it controlled.