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I made this for hubby and Little Miss and they both enjoyed it. (I used lactose free milk for Little Miss.) Hubby said it had lots of body and the texture was good. I topped it with whipped cream instead of milk and dusted it with chocolate powder. It was a yummy treat for our cold winter. Thank you djmastermum

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Chef floWer July 09, 2009

It was great for today's rainy and damp day! I just love the simplicity of this hot chocolate.

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Studentchef November 05, 2010

Mmmm... I'm sipping this as I type. Nice thickness without being overpowering. I'll make this again thanks!

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Chickee June 25, 2010

This was wonderful. I really enjoyed this thick and chocolately drink. I did top it with whipped cream for a truly decadent treat. It was so quick and easy to make, my neighbor & I enjoyed the flavor and texture very much. A perfect treat for the rainy day we had. One of the nicest hot chocolates that I have tried. Thank you so much for sharing.

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Baby Kato June 12, 2009

Yummy:) A nice thick chocolate drink without the calories. I found this amount made 3cups, guess they were big mugs LOL I have made this quite a few times already as a bedtime drink. I make it in my non stick milk pan but think it could also be made in a jug in the microwave. If you wanted to be really decadent you could top with some whipped cream :) A 'keeper' for us :)

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Jen T June 12, 2009

We love hot chocolate but I thicken it by adding in double cream so I tend not to make it too often. To be honest I was a bit hesitant to make this when I saw cornflour as the thickening agent but I am glad I made it! You still get that thick, creamy hot chocolate without having to worry about the calories and moreover, surprisinging for me, the cornflour does not alter the taste. I threw in a few chocolate pieces to make it extra chocolatey! And I topped it up with hot milk instead of cold and dusted with cocoa powder. Thank you, djmastermum, for sharing this wonderful recipe, I am sure to make this one again! :)

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Aaliyah's&Aaron'sMum May 01, 2008
Thick and Chocolatey Hot Chocolate