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Recipe courtesy Michael Chiarello
My sister made these for Christmas this year and they are really good! The recipe came from a magazine. These cookies are tender and crumbly, like Mexican Wedding Cakes, and are very chocolaty with a hint of cinnamon.
Mexican chocolate is made from dark, bitter chocolate mixed with sugar, cinnamon, and sometimes nuts. The end result is a "grainy" less smooth product. Chocolate is frequently purchased in "disks" although it is also available in bars and syrups. Two Mexic
I take this dip to almost every gathering I go to.....and have never had to haul any of it home! It's never had a real name, but when people ask what's in it?/how do you make it?, the response is always the same: "It's so easy. Five things and stir!". You
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Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee, 2008
Fabulous hot chocolate ready almost instantly. Mexican hot chocolate is more bitter and even has peppers added sometimes. If you want it more bitter, use the bittersweet chocolate and even add less sugar. You can also mix a batch of the dry ingredients, di