Some claim that hot chilli chocolate is an acquired taste. But we know it as the original chocolate flavour fusion – the Aztecs enjoyed a bit of chilli with their chocolate to inspire cut-throat courage, and the Mayans mixed cocoa and chilli to cure all sorts of ailments. Add a sprinkle of cayenne and stir with a cinnamon stick for an authentic spin on an age-old classic.
- Hot chocolate base: Milk chocolate
- Hot chocolate format: PPowder form, we recommend making it with hot milk (or your preferred milk alternative) rather than water for the ultimate smooth, creamy cup. Find out how to make the perfect hot chocolate here.
- Number of servings (using 3 heaped tsp/20g per mug for hot chocolate or 2 tbsp or 28g per mug for milkshake): 350g = 17 mugs of hot chocolate/12 mugs of milkshake
- Serving suggestion: Enjoy hot, as an ice-cold milkshake or use in baking