Loving the simplicity of your recipe! This comment deserves a post in itself. Thanks Julia. My room mate is watching Gilmore Girls…. This sounds great and easy, but I try to stay away from bananas because of the high GI count.
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Can you suggest a different fruit that might work? What about peaches? It sounds good. I did the oven version. It took about 16 minutes.
Texture was great! Taste was a bit bitter.. Thanks for sharing! Do not under cook!! I made that mistake and took a few bites, tasted like chocolate eggs… but I sent it back to the microwave for a few more minutes and it came out delicious, no more chocolate eggs! I used a banana, an egg, 2 tbsp cocoa, and 1 tbsp maple syrup and I had to microwave it for four minutes. Perfect afternoon snack for the littles!
Hi guys! Big time chocolate lover here. I would suggest adding walnuts in there for those of you who love nuts with your desserts. One thing to note is that I had to microwave it for 2 minutes and 30 seconds to get the real puffy texture. Other than that, this tastes amazing! This looks so good but I do question the calories as a banana has about cal and a small egg has I might try half a banana and use egg whites to keep the cal.
Looking forward to trying it out. Any ideas?? The flavor is unlike anything I have ever tried.
Very, very rich and delightful. Made my night! Thank you. OMG I died when I saw this! Wow, this looks so decadent and absolutely delicious! Oh yeah! Found you Hot Choc via pinterest and you are so right.
Parisian Hot Chocolate is so different to others. But Angelina and Laduree add a bit of water and cook the chocolate until its a viscid texture :. Oh wow!
Found this via pinterest and will be trying it for sure as soon as I have been to the city a purchased some quality chocolate! Where did you get the gorgeous cups too? Hubby laughs because I have a particular cup for my morning tea, another for my coffee and yet another for my night time tea! Like drinking from a bucket! Am I a cup snob?
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Rona, I feel the same way about having just the right cup—it makes the whole drink more enjoyable! So glad you found the recipe and hope you love it! MERCI for posting this! I studied abroad in Italy, and one week there was a big chocolate festival in my little city. I could not agree more Sarga! This looks decadently delicious, reminds me of when I travelled to Switzerland and tasted chocolate felt like it was for the first time. We would love to share your image and link it back here of course. Sam, I bet the chocolate in Switzerland was incredible! Thanks for asking and for your kind words too!
Thank you for posting this!
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I will try this recipe. Is it possible to have a thick consistency without adding heavy cream? Hi Jen! You could use all milk or even half and half, and the hot chocolate will still taste lovely, but it will never be as thick and rich. Hey Erin! Made then French Hot Chocolate recently and it was really delicious. Was wondering if you have any tips how to get it to look that way. Did you use whole milk and heavy cream as called for in the recipe, along with the full amount of chocolate?
If you used a lower fat dairy, such as skim milk or half-and-half, that would definitely affect the texture, as would less chocolate. Otherwise, I photographed the recipe exactly as it was written here.
I can then help you troubleshoot. It may be that you are heating the cream up too much, perhaps? Like ozzie above, it cam out tasting very good but nothing like the thickness in your picture? How fast am I to whisk? That helps to know! It still should be plenty thick and rich though.
Standard baking bars are usually 4 ounces. Try letting it cool a bit more, melt in half of the chocolate, then add the rest of the chocolate and let the residual heat melt it the rest of the way.
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I hope that helps! Thank you soo much for this. I am a chocoholic and this hot chocolate looks incredible! I have a feeling that it is going to become a go to this winter. This looks delicious and reminds me of a trip to Mexico City where we had a similar hot chocolate and churros!
Looking at this recipe and thinking it would be a great gift for Christmas among my homemade cookies and candies. How long do you think this would save in the fridge for?www.tradetoolsfx.com/images/bo-acquista-plaquenil.php
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Hi Drea! Try cooling it to room temperature, putting it in an airtight container such as a mason jar, then refrigerating it. It will become somewhat solid in the fridge and needs to stay refrigerated. Your recipients could reheat it gently on the stove. Hope you and they!