This hot chocolate is like sipping the biggest most delicious chocolate bar ever made. In Europe hot chocolate is often made with only chocolate and water. You may have heard that chocolate and water don't mix, and you may have heard that chocolate isn't the best thing for you. These things aren't true. Chocolate has an interesting relationship with water. At first, they fight, and then they make sweet, sweet love. Try this with a chocolate truffle on the side to make this a three-dimensional chocolate experience. The twist here is that I use Metro Chai Cinnamonster instead of water to add another dimension to this already over the top hot chocolate. All of our Metro Chai flavors work depending on what kind of kick you want to add to it. And did I mention that it works with whipped cream too?
2 teaspoons of metro chai cinnamonster
1 and ¾ cups boiling water
2- 3.5-ounce semi-sweet chocolate bars
2 Tablespoons of sugar
1 small pinch of salt
1 drop of vanilla
First, take two 3.5 ounce semisweet chocolate bars and chop them in small pieces
Second, brew a large cup of strong Metro Chai Cinnamonster, you will need to end up with about 12 ounces.
Third, remove the tea bag and put the brewed tea into a small pot, add the chopped chocolate, sugar, salt and vanilla to the small pot.
Stir over low heat with a small whisk until just dissolved. The finished coco should be the consistency of heavy cream.
Serve immediately with a little whipped cream. Even a chocolate bar on the side.