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  • Cox & Cox

    Hot Chocolate with Cinnamon and Orange Liqueur | Cox & Cox Christmas Food

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    Hot chocolate with cinnamon and orange liqueur This recipe produces a mega large cup or two less. If you do not want to use cointreau but still want orange flavor, use orange chocolate or add a piece of orange peel to the pan along with the cinnamon stick. 1 cup water 50g dark chocolate (70%) 1 cinnamon stick 2 1/2 cups milk 1-2 tablespoons Cointreau (orange liqueur) 1/2 cup cream, whipped cocoa, the powder on top if necessary.

  • Mariana Mata

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  • Cheri Milek

    Christmas drink . Hot chocolate with cinnamon and orange liqueur

  • Priscilla Baldwin

    Hot chocolate with cinnamon and orange liqueur. simple adds to a great winter drink. :)

  • Lizzi Crisp

    5 Hot Chocolate Recipes To Try | Do you think only kids enjoy hot chocolate? Whip up a more mature drink by spiking your batch with orange liqueur and adding a dash of cinnamon.

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