Pour milk into medium saucepan and add cornstarch, use whisk to mix until cornstarch is completely dissolved.
Heat milk on medium heat, until just boiling. Immediately remove from heat.
Stir in chocolate until completely incorporated.
Pour sugar into chocolate milk mixture, and stir until dissolved.
Place pan back on stove on medium low heat, stirring constantly and slowly.
As soon as mixture thickens, remove pan from heat. Serve immediately.
Serve with a cinnamon stick or marshmallows.


Relznik Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 10:22am

A square of chocolate isn't a standard size in the UK.. how much is it by weight, please?

LeanneW Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 10:30am

1 square = 1 ounce by weight

ANDaniels Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 10:30am

1 sq in the US is generally 1oz if they are referring to the brand Bakers chocolate

Relznik Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 12:27pm

Thank you. I also didn't realise Bakers was a brand, LOL!

LeanneW Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 12:31pm

"Baking Chocolate", as we refer to it here in this recipe, is a dark unsweetened or semi-sweet chocolate. You can use your favorite chocolate in this recipe, using milk chocolate or any sweetened chocolate would result in a sweeter drink. Adjust the sugar to your taste and enjoy!

adoo67 Says... 7 Jan 2014 , 9:25pm

thank you :-)

CheriWhiteCakes Says... 10 Jan 2014 , 9:13am

I am very excited to try this. In Spain they serve Chocolate con Churros. A think hot chocolate that you dip mini churros in. It is so delicious. This looks like the right creamy consistency for dipping churros. Been looking for a good recipe, as I miss the warm goodness. Thanks!

Suspiro Says... 10 Jan 2014 , 8:18pm

Luce delicious ,I can't wait for make this recipe,bye

usmdesigner Says... 26 Jan 2014 , 7:30pm

I made this the other night. If you notice the picture, it looks like pure chocolate. Well, this is what it taste like as well. The person I drank it with nor I could handle it. It was just like drinking the baker's chocolate almost. Really bad in my opinion. But if you like drinking chocolate, you'll love this recipe!

LeanneW Says... 27 Jan 2014 , 11:51am

Hi usmdesigner, I'm glad you tried the recipe, but sorry you didn't like it. Feel free to use milk chocolate, more sugar, or just less chocolate in this recipe. I think it would be awesome if you added a shot of espresso to cut the richness. But who doesn't like chocolate?

I hope you'll give it another chance and let us know how you made modifications to suit your taste.


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