Tuesday Tidbits #9

Mexican Hot Chocolate

Have you ever had Mexican Hot Chocolate? It’s rich and delicious! When there’s a chill in the air I make us some of the heavenly treat.

First you need a mug that can hold a lot!😊

A wooden Molinillo is also needed. It’s a wooden whisk.

Don’t forget the Mexican Chocolate.

I purchased mine at our local grocery store. It can also be found online.

Take one chocolate tablet…

and place it in a sandwich bag and break it up into pieces. I use my rolling pin.

Heat 4 cups of milk in a pot. When it’s warm add ALL the broken up chocolate.

Stir constantly…

Pour this rich deliciousness into a mug and enjoy! Add some cookies and you have the perfect treat!

I like to pour the rest in my handmade pitcher that keeps it hot until I want more.

27 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #9

  1. I might have to try this. I am not a big chocoholic, just once in a while…I also enjoy viewing the surroundings, so adorable is the setting…just missing is seeing YOU sipping it..xoxoxo sister

  2. Yum! I’ve never seen a molinillo – so beautiful! And I’m reading this right before I head to my pottery class. Your pitcher is gorgeous too. I’m a total newbie at pottery, but I’d like to be able to make something like that – eventually. Thanks for another great post!

    1. Isn’t that pitcher gorgeous! It was handmade by someone… I thrifted it! I love a bargain.

      I can’t wait to see pictures of your pottery. Enjoy the process … you will love it!

      Thank you so much for your kind words!

  3. Ooo yes! This is so good! I admit that I often cheat by using my favorite dark chocolate. Your photos are very inviting. Makes me want to make some hot chocolate to go with my daughter’s breakfast. I think I’m going to do just that!

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