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from Yardley, PA Contributed by a different author: Chocolate in of itself is fabulous. But to make it extraordinary for special occasions, you can combine the wonderful popular flavor with seasonal ingredients. In this case, the hot chocolate weather of the autumn and winter months make a unique and delicious statement with the spices and smells of pumpkin pie. They go remarkably well together – two of the most favored flavors of memories. There are two methods to prepare this: the extremely quick way and the regular way. Both are convenient and quick, but the first is an obvious alternative if you’re pressed for energy and time in the holiday season. Serves 4 4 cups of milk, preferably whole (if calories are a concern/paranoia, you can use low-fat) 4 packets of powdered hot chocolate OR ½ lb. of dark chocolate, chopped into fine pieces 1 tbsp. pumpkin pie spice whipped cream (optional) For the quick fix: Heat the milk to almost boiling in a saucepan. Place the hot chocolate mix into four mugs and mix in thoroughly ¼ tbsp. of the pumpkin pie spice. Pour in the hot milk and combine well. Enjoy by itself or with a nice cloud of whipped cream… For the regular method: Pour the milk into a saucepan. While warm, add the dark chocolate pieces and stir constantly to dissolve in the hot milk. Sprinkle in the spice mixture and combine well. Heat to a slow simmer and pour into mugs. Serve alone piping hot or together with the whipped cream... Mmmmm...this is what dreams are made of!

Harvest Hot Chocolate


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from Yardley, PA

Contributed by a different author:

Chocolate in of itself is fabulous. But to make it extraordinary for special occasions, you can combine the wonderful popular flavor with seasonal ingredients. In this case, the hot chocolate weather of the autumn and winter months make a unique and delicious statement with the spices and smells of pumpkin pie. They go remarkably well together – two of the most favored flavors of memories.

There are two methods to prepare this: the extremely quick way and the regular way. Both are convenient and quick, but the first is an obvious alternative if you’re pressed for energy and time in the holiday season.

Serves 4

4 cups of
milk, preferably whole (if calories are a concern/paranoia, you can use low-fat)
4 packets of powdered
hot chocolate OR ½ lb. of dark chocolate, chopped into fine pieces
1 tbsp.
pumpkin pie spice
whipped
cream (optional)

For the quick fix:

Heat the
milk to almost boiling in a saucepan. Place the hot chocolate mix into four mugs and mix in thoroughly ¼ tbsp. of the pumpkin pie spice. Pour in the hot milk and combine well. Enjoy by itself or with a nice cloud of whipped cream

For the regular method:

Pour the
milk into a saucepan. While warm, add the dark chocolate pieces and stir constantly to dissolve in the hot milk. Sprinkle in the spice mixture and combine well. Heat to a slow simmer and pour into mugs. Serve alone piping hot or together with the whipped cream...

Mmmmm...this is what dreams are made of!



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