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Deluxe hot chocolate | A yummy magic mallow drink

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Deluxe hot chocolate | A yummy magic mallow drink

According to Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes, “the secret of making great hot chocolate is to put the tiny marshmallows in first”. Although most people prefer to go the non-Calvin way while making hot chocolate, all of them agree on one thing. There is no perfect hot chocolate cup without some cute and chewy marshmallows. Onmanorama delivers you this easy deluxe hot chocolate recipe that just can't go wrong. 

Ingredients

1 cup milk
¼ cup double cream
40g chopped chocolate
2 tbsp mini marshmallows
1 tsp toasted marshmallows
1 tsp chocolate chips or chocolate shavings

Preparation

Heat milk, cream and chopped chocolate in a saucepan
Keep whisking and slowly bring to a boil
Turn off the stove and pour the mixture to cups
Top it with mini marshmallows, chocolate chips or chocolate shavings
You can add toasted marshmallows also
if you want to make it more fancy, top it with some whipping cream

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