Recipe by Jennifer D.
"Super creamy and chocolaty. I use homemade marshmallows, but you can use bought."
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unsweetened cocoa powder
Okay, I didn't really understand this hot chocolate recipe. I thought it was going to be something different because of the name. It was just hot chocolate. Plus, I have no idea why but the marshmallows I used would not melt. Maybe, the marshmallows need to be "homemade" like the submitter suggested using. That may have given it a differen texture. I normally use recipes where I can make a mix ahead of time of making the cocoa. This one requires sitting over a stove and watching it. There is nothing wrong with it, but it's just cocoa. It's not creamy or special. I made 3 servings using the calculate button. It all fit in a small pot and I am sure it will all dissapear with some whipped topping or some other fancy addition. One day, should I come across homemade marshmallows, I may try it again.
I'm sure homemade marshmallows would be great in this but I didn't have any and my daughter was wanting something chocolate-y that she could make so we used store bought. It was a tasty hot chocolate. My little one got a bit creative and subbed Theo Chipotle spice Sipping Chocolate for the chocolate chips. She's such a smarty :) It was fantastic with that. Would have been good with just the reg. Choco chips too but yum with the Chipotle!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gelatinized Hot Chocolate
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 53
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