Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Parisian Hot Chocolate

Today, I'm sharing a drink to warm your chilled bones during the cold winter days!

Parisian Hot Chocolate
2 tbsp. Cocoa
2 to 3 tbsp granulated sugar
Dash salt
1 cup hot coffee
1 ½ cups hot milk
Dash ground nutmeg
Whipped cream

In a saucepan, combine cocoa, sugar, and salt.
Add hot brewed coffee and milk.
Add ground nutmeg.
Heat until bubbles form on top. 
Top with whipped cream and nutmeg, if desired.

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About Darlene
Darlene resides on the East Coast of Canada with her husband, daughter, and Yellow Lab. When not working on her next book, she enjoys spending time with her family. An avid reader since childhood, Darlene loves to develop the stories swimming in her head. She writes heartwarming contemporary romances with a focus on plot-driven page-turners.

Britt may be Hershey’s choice, but can the boisterous Labrador convince his owner? 

Engineer Ryan Jerome has a knack for designing the future but can’t create one for himself. When Ryan lets his dog, Hershey, take the lead, going to the park is never the same. Unintentional meetings, a soiled coat, and a meddling mother are a few of the obstacles in his way of convincing Britt he’s not a stalker. Will he accept his dog’s direction and open his heart to the beautiful woman with a side of crazy? 

Ruined weddings, divorced parents, and disastrous relationships have left event planner Britt Wells a non-believer in happy-ever-after. She’s readying for a future in interior design with one last wedding to oversee. Complications arise when she learns a suspected stalker and owner of an unruly dog is related to her client. Falling for Ryan and Hershey were not part of the plan. Can she put aside her doubts in relationships and take a chance on love?

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5 comments:

  1. Recipe sounds yummy. I just came back inside and I'm cold. Might just make this.

    Hersey's Choice sounds like a great read.
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  2. Darlene: I'm not a coffee drinker, but even I wouldn't pass this up. sounds delightful. Have read Hearshey's Choice it's a wonderful story.

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  3. Daryl and Gini, Thank you for stopping by. I'm not a coffee drinker either. This recipe got lost from the cookbook, so I thought I'd share it here.

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  4. I'm going to savor this tonight in front of the fire. Thanks for sharing.

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