This was sorta an accident. I was trying to make a smoothie I had made once in a raw foods class but only had a small cheap food processor. I was shocked and amazed when I tasked hot chocolate! So good, so easy. You will be shocked at how much it tastes like hot chocolate. If you use all room temperature ingredients...

Recipe Directions

1. Open your coconut and empty its insides into the blender.

2. Add the cocoa nibs or powder with more or less to taste.

3. Use half or less of a seeded hot pepper. I used Satsuma.

4. Add the rest of the ingredients, remembering to add the quantity to your preference. Blend until smooth.

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By farsi_strada

This was sorta an accident. I was trying to make a smoothie I had made once in a raw foods class but only had a small cheap food processor.

I was shocked and amazed when I tasked hot chocolate!

So good, so easy.

You will be shocked at how much it tastes like hot chocolate. If you use all room temperature ingredients, it is better.

You can use a food processor or blender. Be prepared to chew if you use the cocoa nibs in the food processor. I liked that though.

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Oooh! This sounds delightful, but what is "satsuma pepper"?!

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Um, I'm not sure. I picked up some peppers that looked hot-ish from the co-op and that is what they said they were. I think any pepper would do and next time I am going for a hotter pepper. Not enough kick:)

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Um, I'm not sure. I picked up some peppers that looked hot-ish from the co-op and that is what they said they were. I think any pepper would do and next time I am going for a hotter pepper. Not enough kick:)

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Oooh! This sounds delightful, but what is "satsuma pepper"?!

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