Category: Nutella

Tipsy Hazelnut Hot Chocolate and a Smoking Bishop…Recipes – CHOW.com


Tipsy Hazelnut Hot Chocolate Recipe – CHOW.

It just started raining. With thunder. And lightning. So, instead of the dog-walk that I totally maybe probably was going to take, I feel strongly that I should be drinking this:

Tipsy Hazelnut Hot Chocolate Recipe

Difficulty: Easy

TIME/SERVINGS

Total: 10 mins

Makes: 2 to 4 servings

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By Amy Wisniewski

Some say bacon makes everything better; I say Nutella is the magic enhancer. And here, hazelnut liqueur enhances the flavors of the chocolate-hazelnut spread. You could also use a different nut liqueur like walnut, for double nuttiness.

This recipe was featured as part of our Hot Boozy Drinks photo gallery.

…Read on for the full recipe at http://www.chow.com/recipes/29062-tipsy-hazelnut-hot-chocolate

Granted, in mine, there would be soymilk and no cream….or MAYBE soy cream (which we tried the other week in cooking, and it was fan-freaking-tastic.) But I think soymilk, nutella, and Frangelico would give me sufficient satisfaction.

I’m also content, deep in my soul, that Chow has a ‘Hot, Boozy Drinks” section.

On that note, now I’m considering making a very pared-down version of a Smoking Bishop over the weekend…. I had a weird craving for warm, spiced wine the other week. Now I have a name and a recipe for it 😉 Thanks, Chow! (See Chow’s recipe below 😉 )

Smoking Bishop (Mulled Red Wine with Port) Recipe

Difficulty: Easy

TIME/SERVINGS

Total: 2 hrs, plus overnight infusing

Makes: 6 to 8 servings

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By Amy Wisniewski

Popular in the 18th century—and enjoyed by Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol—this mulled wine remains the quintessential holiday drink.

This recipe was featured as part of our Hot Boozy Drinks photo gallery.

…Sounds good, right? Get the directions for this delight at http://www.chow.com/recipes/29061-smoking-bishop-mulled-red-wine-with-port