Hot Chocolate

Hot Chocolate

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  • High profit
  • Quick & easy (production)
Recipe for 6 each 8 oz portions
Uses: Perfect for a serving on its own or during dessert after a meal. Tips: If it will be chilled and served at a later time, the beverage should be properly blended before use since there will be some separation. What is the best cacao powder? Extra Brute Why? We strongly recommend choosing a high-fat cacao powder for dairy-based chocolate drinks. The beverage becomes extra rich and decadent with the use of Extra Brute cacao powder with rich chocolate and spicy notes that come through in the final flavour.  Scientific recommendations: Heat the initial mixture to 78°C to avoid evaporating too much water and to heat the beverage up enough to evenly distribute the ingredients.
Refrigeration: 2 days, Consume immediately or chill

Hot chocolate (served hot or cold)

Used products: Hot chocolate (served hot or cold)

Preparation: Hot chocolate (served hot or cold)

  1. Add the milk to a pan on the stovetop.
  2. Sift the milk powder and cacao powder and mix into the milk along with the sugar and salt.
  3. Heat this mixture up to 78°C while stirring. Add in the vanilla.
  4. Serve warm or chill and enjoy as a cold chocolate beverage.