Thursday, February 09, 2006

Hot Chocolate with banana

Sorry Chloe but I couldn't find a recipe for hot chocolate without milk in my cookbooks but I found this one and I thought it looked yummy.

(my terrible camera made this picture of my cookbook)


Recipe for 4 people: (beware! my cooking vocabulary might be really poor!)
2 large spoons of cocoa
4 large spoons of cold water
7,5 dl of non-fat milk
1 piece of vanilla (split in half)
1/2 spoon (small) cinnamon
1 medium banana, in little pieces
2 large spoons of regular yogurt
1 small spoon of dark chocolate (grated)

1 - Mix the cocoa with the water until you get some sort of a paste. Add half the milk slowly and keep mixing with a spoon.

2 - Add the vanilla and the cinnamon and put on the stove until it boils and don't stop mixing for 2-3 minutes. Then get the piece of vanilla out of the mix.

3 - Mix the banana with the rest of the milk until it gets creamy. Then add it to the chocolate until it boils again.

4 - Get it out of the stove, add the yogurt, mix it well and serve with chocolate sprinkles.

This is from a health book so it's supposed to be low in fat. This has 110 calories, 2 grams of fat, 16 of carbo-hidrates, one of fibre and 0 sugar. Even I feel like having one of these :)

14 comments:

DayByDay4-2Day said...

I just love chocolate and banana chillers. I bet this recipe could be put with ice???

Chloe said...

thank you little Devil. It looks yummy. and we don't care about the calories if it's chocolate.
xx

Cathy said...

I've never tried anything like this before, but it sounds very yummy!

Devil Mood said...

Daybyday: this recipe comes right next to other that you serve cold; this one doesn't say anything, it's probably better hot but it might be good with ice as well, I think.

Chloe: but even if you did, this one doesn't have many, I think.

Cathy: I'm not one for trying much in the kitchen either but I might try this one.

Steve Awesome said...

I can make biscuits. Go to the shop buy a pack of whatever your fave is and place in a bowl. Now that is pretty much my culinary skills

Devil Mood said...

Esuoh: lol, that reminds me of when I was a kid and was home alone I wanted to bake things. One time, I put some biscuits in the oven but they melted and fell to the bottom of the oven...I hadn't put a tray underneath them.

omm said...

Oh my! What happened in here? Chocolate all around...;-)

Devil Mood said...

Omara: I think chocolate is good for the soul.

enleaver said...

sorry for my ignorance but what does dl stand for?

Devil Mood said...

Valerene: Dl is decilitre - it's 10 times smaller than a litre. You probably don't use those measures there.

omm said...

Yes, and for everything ,-)

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