Frozen Hot Chocoalte

Frozen Hot Chocoalte

Frozen Hot Chocolate...Now that is a delicious sounding contradiction! A hot chocolate might be a wonderful idea but when summer comes you may want a cool chocolate drink to quench your thirst and satisfy your chocolate cravings. No problem! Here is a recipe that you and your family will love. If you are looking for a tasty dessert, this one is perfect for you too. Looking for a sweet reward for your kids? Look no further because the Frozen Hot Chocolate is here for you.

Frozen Hot Chocolate is originally from a Restaurant named Serendipity that is located in New York, Miami, and Washington DC. They are famous for their yummy desserts such this Frozen Hot Chocolate. This Recipe has all the chocolaty goodness you could ask for.

We know there are many veteran bakers out there, but for those that are brand new to the world of food preparation and want to try making this dessert but not familiar with the ingredients? No problem! Here is information about them.

Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark and is used in both sweet and savory foods. This is used in the preparation of chocolate especially in Mexico. Cinnamon is widely used in making different desserts such as apple pie, doughnuts, cinnamon buns and many more. This recipe makes use of a condensed milk. You might be asking yourself what is the difference between the condensed milk, evaporated milk and the ordinary cows milk. Heres what. Unlike the evaporated milk, this type of milk is much sweeter and thicker. This actually a cows milk in which water has been removed. This is often found in the form of sweetened condensed milk. Sweetened condensed milk is a very thick and sweet product which when canned can last for years without refrigeration if unopened.

What are you waiting for? I bet this dessert is so good that once you taste it, you will certainly ask for more!

Please visit the 'Wishes and Dishes website below to get the list of ingredients and instructions for this cool new treat.

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