How to make Jamaican chocolate ball
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Jamaican hot chocolate tea

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Jamaican hot chocolate is made with chocolate ball, coconut milk and cinnamon. It has a pleasant aroma. How to make Jamaican hot chocolate, using  traditional chocolate balls. This is Jamaican's traditional hot chocolate tea recipe. You wake up in the morning and you want something hot and nice to begin your day, and here is a very easy recipe for delicious hot chocolate I personally love. The Jamaican's chocolate ball has an aroma that reminds me of serenity.

As a child growing up, this is how I enjoyed my cup of hot chocolate. Put a slice of bread into the hot chocolate.

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chocolate ball


1/2 cup grated chocolate

1/2 cup coconut milk

1 cup water

2 cinnamon leaves

Sugar to sweeten


1. In a small pot, add 1 cup of water and cinnamon leaves. Boil cinnamon leaves for 2 minutes on high heat then remove the leaves.

2. Add the grated chocolate, lower heat and stir. Boil chocolate for 10 minutes. Add coconut milk. Use a spoon to remove the fatty skin that is forms. Continue boiling chocolate another five minutes.

3. Sweeten hot chocolate with sugar. Strain hot chocolate using a sieve.

4. Enjoy your hot chocolate


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