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#1 SpringSickness

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Posted 24 November 2020 - 01:30 PM

I made myself a low cal hot chocolate today and it was really good so I thought I’d share it in time for Christmas season! It had the perfect amount of chocolaty-ness for me and was filling despite bing only 80cal! I find adding cinnamon or chai spice makes a huge difference and gives it a more holiday vibe.

Ingredients:
- 350ml unsweetened almond milk
- 8g unsweetened cocoa powder
- 0 cal sweetener
- optional: cinnamon or chai spice

Directions:
Mix cocoa, sweetener and spices (if using) in a cup. Pour in heated almond milk (I recommend adding a little bit to mix the powder and then add the rest) and serve!

If anyone else has any low cal, warm drink please share!
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Posted 24 November 2020 - 01:44 PM

I'm definitely trying this one!


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Posted 25 November 2020 - 06:24 AM

I made myself a low cal hot chocolate today and it was really good so I thought I’d share it in time for Christmas season! It had the perfect amount of chocolaty-ness for me and was filling despite bing only 80cal! I find adding cinnamon or chai spice makes a huge difference and gives it a more holiday vibe.

Ingredients:
- 350ml unsweetened almond milk
- 8g unsweetened cocoa powder
- 0 cal sweetener
- optional: cinnamon or chai spice

Directions:
Mix cocoa, sweetener and spices (if using) in a cup. Pour in heated almond milk (I recommend adding a little bit to mix the powder and then add the rest) and serve!

If anyone else has any low cal, warm drink please share!

I actually just did this with oatmilk! it was 98 kcal in total, so I might use almond milk next time! 

 

I've never used spices in chocolate milk, what kind of spices would you use? I'd like to try it :)


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Posted 25 November 2020 - 07:54 AM

I actually just did this with oatmilk! it was 98 kcal in total, so I might use almond milk next time!

I've never used spices in chocolate milk, what kind of spices would you use? I'd like to try it :)


Cinnamon is a great basic spice, otherwise I love adding chai spice mix for a chocolate chai latte kinda feel. Adding spices always gives it more of a holiday vibe and adds more interesting flavor. You could probably try pumpkin pie spice if they sell it in your country too.
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