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I am after the manual for the cadbury hot chocolate drink manual if anyone knows a link or where I can get one

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If you don't have the machine all that long I'd make use of the warranty. Opening it yourself will void the warranty . .

Some makes and models do have controls on the PCB which allow for water temperature adjustment and cup filling level, but you'd need to open the machine to get to them.

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SOURCE: I love ginger and I think it would go really well with drinking chocolate. Anyone know any recipes they can suggest?

Thorntons make really great chocolates and they sell a ginger hot chocolate that looks amazing.

http://www.thorntons.co.uk/product/Chocolate-Toffee-Fudge/Hot-Chocolate/Ginger-Hot-Chocolate-350g/pc/2198/c/2211/332.uts


If you want to make your own you can try blending some fresh ginger, orange zest and vanilla extract. Then add cocoa powder and mix with milk in the same way you would normally prepare hot chocolate. Add sugar to taste.

Posted on Feb 25, 2013

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SOURCE: Can anyone recommend a really good quality organic drinking chocolate?

Dagoba make an organic hot chocolate that is infused with chili and cinnamon and it's great.

http://www.dagobachocolate.com/products/drinking/#xocolatl-drinking

Posted on Feb 25, 2013

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SOURCE: I am breastfeeding right now. Is it ok drink hot chocolate? I heard that chocolate was a problem while feeding?

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SOURCE: I am diabetic. Can I drink hot chocolate?

If you have a low sugar patient, so you can drink, but careful when you feel dizzy as well as your body does not moment so need to eat sweet. Kuberaksha.com

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Does cadbury drinking chocolate contain caffiene


I don't believe it has caffeine but you should double check the label. As long as the label doesn't mention caffeine, you should be OK to eat it.

Mar 09, 2013 | Cadbury Drinking Chocolate 9oz tub 250g

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Can anyone recommend a really good quality organic drinking chocolate?


Dagoba make an organic hot chocolate that is infused with chili and cinnamon and it's great.

http://www.dagobachocolate.com/products/drinking/#xocolatl-drinking

Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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I love ginger and I think it would go really well with drinking chocolate. Anyone know any recipes they can suggest?


Thorntons make really great chocolates and they sell a ginger hot chocolate that looks amazing.

http://www.thorntons.co.uk/product/Chocolate-Toffee-Fudge/Hot-Chocolate/Ginger-Hot-Chocolate-350g/pc/2198/c/2211/332.uts


If you want to make your own you can try blending some fresh ginger, orange zest and vanilla extract. Then add cocoa powder and mix with milk in the same way you would normally prepare hot chocolate. Add sugar to taste.

Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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I am diabetic. Can I drink hot chocolate?


if you drink it in moderation you can have hot chocolate with diabetes. It's better to make your own with unsweetened cocoa powder and then use artificial sweeteners to make it taste sweeter. You can use packet hot chocolate but you must read the nutritional information at the back so you know what's in it. You can also buy low-sugar versions.

Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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What is the difference between hot chocolate and cocoa powder?


Although the two names of drinks are used interchangeably, hot chocolate is a drink that's either made from real chocolate melted into milk or with packet hot chocolate powder. Cocoa powder is unsweetened and needs to be combined with sugar to create a sweeter drink.

In general hot chocolate is richer and sweeter than hot cocoa.

Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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How do you make iced hot chocolate?


To make a yummy cup of cold 'hot chocolate', take a cup of milk and add in double the recommended amount of chocolate powder (or cocoa and sugar). Stir well and add ice cubes.

If you have time and want a drink that's even more special, you can use chocolate ice cubes in the drink.

To make chocolate ice cubes; Mix the recommended amount of hot chocolate with a cup of milk and freeze in an ice cube tray. When they are solid you can add to the hot chocolate.

Feb 25, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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Can anyone show me how to make hot chocolate and I dont mean the packet stuff?


Watch this YouTube video of Laura in the Kitchen;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIrTBMyR7jA

She shows a very easy but tasty looking way to make hot chocolate.

Jan 10, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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Anyone have a recipe for a fancy hot chocolate for adults?


Nigel Slater has a simple hot chocolate recipe that is more about the taste of the chocolate and less about the artificial sugar.

Take 50g of good quality dark chocolate and grate into a saucepan with 250ml of milk that is almost at the boil. Stir the milk until the chocolate has completely dissolved and the drink is slightly thicker.

Stir in sugar to taste and you can even add some double cream. This recipe serves one person.

Jan 10, 2013 | Wine & Spirits

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