Authentic Mexican Chocolate “Champurrado”

Posted on Nov 20, 2009 under Authentic Mexican Recipes, Mexican Recipes | 4 Comments

+Mexican Chocolate 'Molino'

Mexican Chocolate 'Molino'

This authentic Mexican recipe is made using Mexican chocolate imported direct from Mexico. There is nothing better than a warm chocolate beverage to warm you up on a chilly morning. This Mexican favorite is flavored with anise and sweetened with piloncillo.

Cook Time: 10 minutes


  • 2 cups warm water
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1/4 cup masa harina (or 1/3 cup nixtamal)
  • 1 disk Mexican chocolate, chopped
  • 3 piloncillo cones, small, (one ounce each) chopped
  • 1 pinch of anise seed, ground (optional)


In a large pot, whisk masa harina into the warm water until thoroughly combined. Add milk, chocolate, piloncillo and anise. Bring to a simmer and whisk with a molinillo (a special tool to whip the drink) until chocolate is melted and sugar is dissolved.

This is one of those authentic Mexican recipes that can be made only using authentic  Mexican chocolate and a Mexican molino. Just let me know and I will send both direct to your doorstep. Enjoy!

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Mexican Mexican Kitchen Hot Chocolate In a Box

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  • one package Abuelita Mexican Chocolate
  • one Molino De Madera-Mexican Chocolate Molino.

Price $25.00 US plus shipping

4 Responses to “Authentic Mexican Chocolate “Champurrado””

  1. Jesse Serrin Says:

    I really like what you wrote here – it’s very good. Thanks for posting this. I’ve been experimenting with some recipes from this cookbook. Have you tried any seafood recipes like this lately? Visit my site if you’d like to read more. Have a good week!

  2. AetnaJo Says:

    Hola and thank you. This particular authentic Mexican recipe for chocolate is superb. Once you have the ‘molino’ chocolate grinder, you’re set. I visited your site and it’s awesome. Again, thank you for the compliment and please let me know if there is anything I can do or get for you.
    Seasons Greetings,

  3. AetnaJo Says:

    Hola again. I forgot to mention that you can receive additional information by signing up for our free subscriptions and you can also visit my other blog at ENJOY!

  4. Marguerita Greif Says:

    Thank you , I’ll have to subscribe your feed and read the rest I think. The first date my wife and I had nearly 20 years ago now was a lovely seafood restaurant in Napoli, so I’ve been spending so long trying to find a decent grilled lobster recipe like we had that night – our anniversary is next month so I’m hoping to surprise her!

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