Heavenly thick chocolate drink. Deliciously creamy, with a slight spicy aftertaste. Just like the Mexicans like to drink it!
Dear Eva …
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Monster in the kitchen
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]hank you for accepting the apple in paradise. Of course that’s meant sarcastic, as because you took that apple, women now go through hell every month, thanks to premenstrual complaints. At least, I do. Well, hell … let’s just say I can think of something else more pleasant to come back every month.
I’d rather do other things than lay on the couch feeling as if truck or two have run over me. I simply prefer to look like a princess over looking like a scarecrow. I prefer to eat in moderation and structured, over going through the kitch like a monster every half hour.
Intense hunger for chocolate
Eva, Eva, woman … yet there is something that women who read this blog are grateful for. That’s the intense hunger for chocolate that go with my premenstrual complaints. To satisfy them – okay, and also because Ferdi, Vivian and Naomi inquired to – I have made a glass of heavenly chocolate drink: deliciously creamy, with a slight spicy aftertaste. Just like the Mexicans like to drink it!
My little tweak: I made this cocoa drink solely with healthy ingredients like honey, almond milk, raw cocoa powder and coconut cream. That way this cocoa drink is good to go for the paleo community, lactose intolerants and people that prefer healthy and natural over processed factory chocolate drink.
Here you go Ferdi, Vivian, Naomi and the rest: here’s the recipe for 2 big glasses of lactose free, paleo friendly (sweetened with honey), hot and spicy chocolate drink:
- 1 teaspoon honey
- pinch of cayenne pepper (start with a tiny bit and add a bit if necessary)
- pinch of fine sea salt
- pinch of ground ginger
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 4 teaspoons raw cocoa powder
- 2.5 cups almond milk
- 4 tablespoons coconut cream
- Heat almond milk in a saucepan.
- Add the spices, sea salt, honey and raw cocoa powder while whisking to avoid lumps.
- Add the coconut cream and stir occasionally until the coconut cream has completely incorporated.
- Turn off the heat as soon as the drink starts cooking.
- Add almond milk if you find the consistency too thick.
- Serve immediately.
- Use any kind of milk you like, for instance ricemilk or oatmilk.
What;s your ultimate PSM-comfort food?
Did you make this recipe? I’d love if you let me know! Tag me @greatbodyskin or let me know in the comments below.