Hot Chocolate Recipe – 3 Ways Easy & Best Milkshake – CookingShooking

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Hey Foodies,

You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to make this classic hot chocolate drink at home. It’s no rocket science the reason is we’ll teach you how to make it from scratch with minimal fuss and simple ingredients and overly simple method. Melted chocolate in warm milk served with whipped cream and sprinkled with more chocolate, sounds heavenly. So let’s make it and keep ourselves warm during the cold winter night.

Recipe below!

Hot Chocolate Recipe - 3 Ways Easy & Best Milkshake
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You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to make this classic hot chocolate drink at home. It’s no rocket science the reason is we’ll teach you how to make it from scratch with minimal fuss and simple ingredients and overly simple method. Melted chocolate in warm milk served with whipped cream and sprinkled with more chocolate, sounds heavenly. So let’s make it and keep ourselves warm during the cold winter night. 
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Hot Chocolate Recipe - 3 Ways Easy & Best Milkshake
Print Recipe
You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to make this classic hot chocolate drink at home. It’s no rocket science the reason is we’ll teach you how to make it from scratch with minimal fuss and simple ingredients and overly simple method. Melted chocolate in warm milk served with whipped cream and sprinkled with more chocolate, sounds heavenly. So let’s make it and keep ourselves warm during the cold winter night. 
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 cup of each type 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 minutes
Ingredients
  • 30-40 gms Grated Chocolate Mix of Cadbury Dairy Milk and Cadbury Bournville, basically Milk and Dark Real Chocolate
  • 150 ml Milk Full fat or whole milk
For assembling
Servings: cup of each type
Instructions
For the first method – over the gas
  1. In a serving cup pour cold milk, little below the rim of the glass, about 150 ml per serving.
  2. Pour the milk in a sauce pan and bring it to a boil. You can add sugar and cinnamon at this stage if you wish.
  3. Once the milk reaches a rapid boil, turn off the heat and add 3 tbsp of the grated chocolate about 30 gms.
  4. Using a whisk, stir everything until the entire chocolate are melted.
  5. In a serving cup add some whipped cream and sprinkle some grated chocolate. Pour the hot chocolate
  6. Add some more whipped cream and grated chocolate and serve.
For the second method – In the microwave
  1. In a microwave safe serving cup pour cold milk, little below the rim of the glass, about 150 ml per serving.
  2. Place the cup in the microwave and warm the milk for 2 minutes.
  3. Once the milk is warm, pour it into a mixer grinder jar, add 4 tbsp of grated chocolate. Cover and blend 30 seconds. Ensure that you remove the blender spout before blending.
  4. Pour the hot chocolate in the serving cup, the hot chocolate will be very frothy and creamy. It will increase in the volume and will have lots of air bubbles in it.
  5. Sprinkle some grated chocolate and serve.
For the third method – with the coffee machine
  1. In a milk jug, pour cold milk and add 4 tbsp grated chocolate. Give it a good stir.
  2. Using the coffee maker, milk steamer, steam the milk until it’s hot.
  3. Pour the hot chocolate in the serving cup.
  4. Top it with some whipped cream and sprinkle some grated chocolate, and serve.
serve
  1. Make your Hot Chocolate any way you like, they will all be equally delicious.
Recipe Notes

Notes:

  • Grated chocolate will give a nice silky smooth texture to the hot chocolate.
  • Adjust the grated chocolate quantity as per your preference.
  • Quantity of chocolate in the third method, is completely upto you. Just remember, more chocolate will make it creamier and thicker and less chocolate which will give you airiness and lightness to the hot chocolate.

Tips:

  • Please use cold milk for the second variety, as the cold milk will increase in volume when you warm it in the microwave.
  • Please remove the small spout of the blender; this will prevent the blender from bursting, as the milk is hot.
  • If using a steamer, the milk will not gather air bubbles or increase in volume, because of the high quantity of the grated chocolate, but it will make the hot chocolate creamier. And if you use less chocolate then it will double in volume but not be as delicious.
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