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Chocolate Hazelnut Java

Chocolate Hazelnut Java recipe
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One part hot cocoa and one part hazelnut coffee, this toasty drink will please both java drinkers and chocolate fans. Bonus: You can serve it hot or cold.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
5 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 3/4 cup each
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posted:
2/7/2011
Tastes good, but 3/4 of a cup is NOT a serving, not in this house anyway. Twice as much is more like it. But it's good tasting, would just make it for a snack and charge the calories accordingly. Serving sizes should be "normalized" on many of these recipes.
posted:
12/9/2009
Hits the spot on a cold winters day or night.
posted:
12/18/2007
This was really good even without hazelnut coffee. definetley try it
posted:
5/4/2006
We love this drink. It's strong, dark, rich, sweet, hot. Spectacular, on a romantic level. I know coffee is made in a coffee maker with water, but I don't have a coffee maker, and we think coffee not made with milk is nasty. So here's what I do. If I'm making only a one cup serving for myself, I place 1 cup milk in a sauce pan, turn the heat to medium-high, add a leveled teaspoon of ground hazelnut flavored coffee, bring to a boil, simmer for 4 minutes. Some of the milk will evaporate, leaving space in the cup for the hot cocoa powder. While simmering, I place one envelope's worth of hot cocoa powder in a cup, and rest a small spoon-shaped strainer over it. Once the coffee is ready, I pour over cup, and the strainer catches the coffee grounds. Milk always spills, though, but I clean it up. I suddenly decided to practise this method, because the recipe was so tempting and simple. This method was easy, fun, produced mind-blowing results, and quick with no confusion.
posted:
3/14/2006
IT'S VERY WONDERFUL ISTEAD OF 5 STARS IT'S SUPPOSE TO BE 6!!! IT WAS WONDERFUL I DID IT AND GAVE IT TO MY FAMILY AND THEY LOVED IT!!! TRY IT!!!!!!!!
posted:
9/27/2005
It is a big hit after Sunday dinner when we are all sitting and chatting at the table.
posted:
1/27/2005
I am pregnant, so I chose to make mine decaf. This was a wonderful "sweet" treat for the end of the day!
posted:
12/29/2004
Great recipe. I wonder, can it be adapted and made with frothed hot milk?? What would the recipe amounts be then? I am going to try to do it with steamed and frothed milk and perhaps submit my findings. I used sugar free cocoa also.
posted:
12/28/2004
This is very easy. and all I have to do is warm it up.
posted:
12/28/2004
This is great! I will continue to make this one from this point forward. Thanks!
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