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Hot Chocolate Smoothie Recipe

When made with the right ingredients, hot chocolate can be a soothing and healthy evening drink, perfect for warming up your bones during colder months.

This recipe is rich in flavonoids and potassium, nutrients that are essential to supporting healthy heart function. Be sure to include nutmeg and cinnamon - both combine beautifully with banana and raw chocolate powder.


3/4 cup hot chocolate made by mixing 3/4 cup hot water and 2-3 teaspoons of cocoa powder.
1 ripe banana
Small pinch grated nutmeg
Small pinch ground cinnamon
2 teaspoons honey (optional)


Combine all ingredients in a good blender and process into a hot chocolate smoothie.

Enjoy this nourishing hot chocolate drink.

Please note: As long as you don't use honey, this recipe is suitable for the Full Body Cleanse program.


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When the recipe came out it wasn't cold in FL. Months later when I wanted to try it, I did it from memory;-) I used almond milk instead of water. I used an electric hand blender in the pot and poured it into a mug. After I cleaned up the pot and blender, I went to drink the smoothie. It didn't pour out of the mug! It was not hot, but warm and set up like a soft set pudding. I liked it! I have done the same with soy milk. Setting up seems to depend on the size of the banana. With a smaller banana, it doesn't set up as well. I don't know how it would be cold. I always eat it warm.

This is really nice indeed. As creamy as a milk-based hot chocolate and much easier on the stomach when you're ill. We have them on cool afternoons with wheat germ added for an extra boost of energy. BTW immersion blenders are fine for this.