Directions: Add cocoa to boiling water and stir with a fork until completely dissolved (this step is important if you do not want chunky hot chocolate). Add cinnamon and honey to the hot mixture. Finally, stir in the coconut milk and vanilla. If necessary, heat for 30 seconds in the microwave for a steaming mug of chocolatey goodness!
I also tried pouring the mixture over a glass full of ice, and it was yummy!
JBERNARD4, This is the best one I've found so far:
Thick Dairy-Free Hot Chocolate
Puree (in high power blender or food processor): 1 can Thai Kitchen full-fat coconut milk (Natural Value does not contain gum, but I haven't tried this hot chocolate with that brand) 1 can-full of water 6 soft pitted medjool dates 2 tbsp plus 1 tsp cocoa or cacao powder a few drops of liquid stevia if more sweetener is needed
Does anyone have a recipe for hot coco? I really like to my hot coco in the winter and I can't really find anything on the net that taste good. I've tried heating up almond milk and adding coco powder to it, but it doesn't taste very good. I've also tried using a couple tablespoons of coconut milk and hot water to the powder and still not very good.
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