If you add 1 T cornstarch to 1c liquid, bring it to a boil & boil for 1 minute, you got jel!! Works for pudding, gravy, fruit goo for pies, etc. This recipe has 4T (1/4 c) cornstarch to 2 3/4 c milk. If you bring this to a boil & hold for 1 min it cannot help but thicken! I know that ultra pasturized milk is no good for cheese as it will not curd. Perhaps this may be part of the 'not thickening' problem. I used "dutched" cocoa (Droste's) & will try again with a non dutched like Hershey's just to compare. The Droste's was delicious. Plenty of chocolatey flavor for me. To the guy who made this & said it tasted like broccoli... the off flavor may have come from your butter, your pan or your cocoa. If you follow the recipe with fresh, tasty ingredients, I guarantee it will NOT taste like broccoli. Maybe it will if you burn it.
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If you add 1 T cornstarch to 1c liquid, bring it to a boil & boil for 1 minute, you got jel!! ...