Tuesdays with Dorie BCM: Real Hot Chocolate

January 9, 2018 at 12:01 am | Posted in BCM, drinks, groups, other sweet, sweet things, tuesdays with dorie | 9 Comments

real hot chocolate

The East Coast is definitely going through some Real Hot Chocolate weather right now. The bomb cyclone and the polar vortex can only be counteracted with the giant mug. Sometimes hot chocolate can seem like ganache or straight-up melted chocolate. This one is definitely a drink, not an ice cream topping or a churro dip. If you have some milk and some chocolate on hand, you’re in business (ok, sugar, water and salt, too). After heating these ingredients, the hot chocolate gets zapped in the blender, which makes it nice and frothy. I never have marshmallows at home but I do usually have a can of whipped cream (a top-secret weakness), and a squirt of that is pretty darn good on top. Also good with hot chocolate– little donuts. Pro tip.

For the recipe, see Baking Chez Moi by Dorie Greenspan. Don’t forget to check out the rest of the TWD Blogroll!


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  1. THis looks amazing! I can’t wait to make this one soon!

  2. ‘Tis the season for hot chocolate! Love how you made this extra frothy. My hot chocolate is usually about 1/3 marshmallows haha

  3. Beautiful photos! Yes it has been nippy here in the east!

  4. ‘Looks like just what the doctor ordered for a bit of sunshine during a cold blizzard. Yum!

  5. Doughnuts are the perfect accompaniment!

  6. Good tip on the donuts. Thank goodness for the warming trend.

  7. Mmm, love the cream on top. A little rich for me, but yes, delicious.

  8. My son loves whipped cream too:) Yes the East coast is definitely in a deep freeze. I hope it ends for you soon.

  9. Finals coming up at my house. Might be just what the junior and freshman need to get through!

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