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On 28/07/2019 at 15:04, longhardgrind said:

DTP: My partner loves a nice big mug of hot chocolate, so I throw some milk and hot chocolate powder  in a mug and steam it for a minute or two and even give her a bit of froth on top. Dead easy.

Thank you!

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On 28/07/2019 at 13:44, maestroman said:

Anyone make Hot Chocolate using a Sage Barista Touch or similar?

I mix the hot chocolate into a paste (in the milk jug) then steam it like you would ordinary milk.

Nice and frothy.

Makes excellent Horlicks as well, same method.

(Duo Temp Pro)

Edited by hubcap
Stated which machine.
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I make with a bit of water and powder so quite thick (like a coffee shot) then froth milk as usual and pour as you would a latte. Can then do some nice art if you like ?

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  • 3 weeks later...

I use the Sage Barista Express - roughly mix the chocolate powder into a milk jug then steam as per normal milk steaming - around 65 degrees. The steaming mixes the milk nicely and we are left with a delicious hot chocolate. Good luck.

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