Today, we will prepare a very tasty, thick hot chocolate. The site already has a recipe for hot chocolate, but I want to share one more. In today's recipe, you will have to make a little effort, but the result will please you. Such hot chocolate will warm you and your loved ones on a winter evening.

In the recipe, I use 2 types of chocolate - dark and milk, if desired, you can use only dark, or only milk. If you use only milk chocolate, you will need less sugar.

Well, let's get started.

Ingredients for 2 servings

  • Milk 3.2% 300 ml.
  • Dark chocolate 70 gr. (70% cocoa).
  • Milk chocolate 30 gr.
  • Sugar 15 gr.
  • Salt 2 gr.
  • Chicken egg yolk 2 pcs.

Thick hot chocolate step by step recipe with photo

  • Break the chocolate into small pieces.
    chocolate slice
  • Pour milk into a saucepan, place over medium heat and bring almost to a boil.
  • While the milk is heating, combine 2 chicken yolks, 15 grams of sugar and 2 grams of salt in a bowl. Whisk thoroughly.
    whisk yolks with sugar
  • Pour hot milk into the egg mass, stirring constantly. You need to stir continuously so that the yolks do not boil.
    egg-milk mixture
  • Pour the resulting egg-milk mixture back into the saucepan and return it to medium heat. Pour in the chocolate pieces.
    cook hot chocolate at home
  • Stirring constantly, bring the hot chocolate to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 2 minutes.
    delicious hot chocolate recipe
  • Remove the resulting thick hot chocolate from heat, pour into glasses and serve.
    thick hot chocolate
  • Bon Appetit!

  • Things to know (Q&A)

    How do you thicken hot chocolate?

    Thickening hot chocolate with cornstarch (or flour)

    1. Mix one teaspoon of cornstarch with one tablespoon of milk and stir it until it forms a smooth paste. ...
    2. Heat your hot chocolate until it's just below boiling.
    3. Mix the cornstarch slurry into your hot chocolate and stir until it thickens (it should take 1-2 minutes).

    What is the difference between Italian and American hot chocolate?

    Italian hot chocolate is thicker, creamier, and generally much richer than traditional American hot chocolate , which is less dense and milkier. It is made with a few key ingredients: cocoa, sugar, and milk. In some cases, a little dark chocolate and a thickening agent, such as cornstarch, are added as well.

    Can you add cornstarch to hot chocolate?

    You can use cornstarch to make the hot chocolate extra silky-smooth (optional). This moves things in a slightly more pudding-esque direction. Set aside a little of the cold milk while the rest is heating (about ½ cup) and whisk in the cornstarch (2 to 3 tsp. for 1 quart of milk) until it's smoot

    What is the difference between hot cocoa and hot chocolate?

    Hot Cocoa has a thinner consistency and tends to be creamier and sweeter because of the additives. True Hot Chocolate, on the other hand, is much richer and denser; it can also have bittersweet notes depending on the type and percentage of pure cacao used as the bas

    Can you use flour to thicken hot chocolate?

    Substitute cornstarch with plain flour .

    It has the same effect, you just need to make sure you cook it for extra couple of minutes, to make sure the flour is cooked (yes, flour can be cooked). I recommend adding the flour while cooking the hot chocolate, so you have a little more control of the thicknes

    How do you make hot milk thicker?

    Try a teaspoon of cornstarch, mixed with a little cold water, added to the milk when you boil it . As Kate Gregory suggests, you could also use full-fat milk, or loads of shaved chocolate. The hot chocolate you find at an Italian cafe is thick, even without being cioccolata fiorentina. :-) Good to know.

    Does cornstarch make hot chocolate thicker?

    How to make thick hot chocolate: The secret ingredient to thickening your hot chocolate is the same thing you'd use to thicken sauces and stews- cornstarch! The key is letting the cornstarch (or cornflour) come to a boil to get rid of any starchy flavor and also to allow it to thicken the mil

    What does cornstarch do to hot chocolate?

    Nail the Texture

    Digging into hot chocolate theory, I discovered that cornstarch is sometimes added to hot chocolate mix to help give it a creamy consistency

    Will cornstarch thicken hot chocolate?

    The secret ingredient to thickening your hot chocolate is the same thing you'd use to thicken sauces and stews- cornstarch ! The key is letting the cornstarch (or cornflour) come to a boil to get rid of any starchy flavor and also to allow it to thicken the mil

    Can you add cornflour to hot chocolate?

    Step 1: Heat the milk and sugar together in a saucepan, then break the chocolate into it and whisk until it melts in. What is this? Step 2: Add the cornstarch/cornflour and cook for a few minutes until the hot chocolate starts to get thic

    Is hot cocoa healthier than hot chocolate?

    If you have a major sweet tooth, hot cocoa might be the better option. But if you're someone who enjoys richer flavors, hot chocolate is the better choice. Although hot cocoa is the sweeter drink, both hot chocolate and hot cocoa are full of sugar, so neither is really healthier than the other .

    Is hot cocoa just hot chocolate milk?

    You can drink it cold or warm, but it still remains chocolate milk , it is not dependent on temperature. Hot chocolate or hot cocoa is cocoa powder, sugar, salt, mixed into water, and then heated. Then, milk or half and half is added. More cocoa than in chocolate milk, and also, water, which isn't in chocolate milk.

    What is the difference between drinking chocolate and cocoa powder?

    Cocoa powder is only 1 ingredient in chocolate. Chocolate has to be at least 11% or more cocoa powder to legally be called chocolate. Drinking chocolate has to have at least 11% cocoa powder to be drinking chocolate. Cocoa powder is pure but hot cocoa will contain other ingredients besides cocoa.

    Is hot cocoa better with milk or water?

    Whole milk lends to the creaminess and sweetness of hot chocolate, but feel free to use low-fat or nonfat milk if you prefer. ... Water allows the chocolate to show off its true flavors and unique characteristics, however you lose the creamy feel and flavor.