Hot Chocolate With Skim Milk, Cocoa Powder and Maple Syrup

"So nice and easy to enjoy on a cold day... AuntSana took the beautiful picture and kicked it up a notch. She dipped the rim in maple syrup and then in cocoa. Brilliant!"
 
Hot Chocolate With Skim Milk, Cocoa Powder and Maple Syrup created by Darkhunter
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  • Whisk everything together and heat over medium low heat for about 10 minutes, whisking often. Please note that the grated nutmeg is to taste.
  • If you have an immersion blender, whip the mixture up with it for about a minute to make it a little frothy.
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  1. FMRay
    This is decent for a healthier option. I wanted a hot cocoa recipe that didn't use refined sugar, and I also subbed in unsweetened almond milk because we're dairy-free. I don't have an immersion blender so I just whisked the heck out of it with a metal whisk. It was a little thin so I added some more cocoa powder and whisked some more, and that helped a bit.
     
  2. earthtocaroline
    Just didn't taste good to myself and my grandson. It had an odd flavor with the maple syrup. Was looking for a healthier hot chocolate, but we will keep looking.
     
  3. Autsayder
    I wanted some hot chocolate, but not within all the refined sugar. Thank goodness for this recipe! It tastes so wonderful and doesn't wreak havoc on your blood sugar. Thanks so much for sharing.
     
  4. Darkhunter
    Hot Chocolate With Skim Milk, Cocoa Powder and Maple Syrup Created by Darkhunter
  5. Darkhunter
    This seems to be the year of maple for me! Had a maple shake the other day because it was so warm, and had this delicious drink this cool morning. Enjoyed it tremendously. Thnx for sharing your recipe, Karen. Made for PAC Fall 2009.
     
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