How To: Make frozen hot chocolate like NYC's Serendipity 3

Make frozen hot chocolate like NYC's Serendipity 3

Frozen hot chocolate is even better than a hot fudge sundae if you make it right. People flock from all over the world and wait hours just to order one of these treats at Serendipity 3 in Manhattan, New York City. With this tutorial, learn how to make this delicious treat and impress your friends. The best part is, you won't have to fly to New York to get it!
You Will Need:
* 3 oz. best-quality chocolate
* 2 tsp. store-bought hot chocolate mix
* 1½ tbsp. sugar
* 1½ c. milk
* 3 c. ice
* Whipped cream
* Chocolate shavings
* A saucepan
* A blender

Step 1: Chop the chocolate
Chop the chocolate into fine pieces and melt it in the saucepan.

Step 2: Stir in milk
Slowly stir in ½ cup of the milk. Continue stirring until it's smooth. Then let it stand until the mix reaches room temperature.

Step 3: Melt ingredients together
Add the hot chocolate mix and sugar, stirring continuously. Remove from heat.

Step 4: Blend
Blend the mixture, the remaining milk, and the ice at high speed in a blender until smooth.
The mixture should resemble the consistency of a daiquiri.

Step 5: Pour, decorate, and enjoy
Pour the mixture into a serving glass and garnish it with whipped cream and chocolate shavings. Enjoy your cold, delicious beverage.

*Stephen Bruce, Calvin Holt, and Preston Caradine, known as the Serendipity 3, invented frozen hot chocolate made from 14 kinds of chocolate and exotic cocoas, which is served at Serendipity 3 restaurant in New York City.

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