What is hot chocolate?

Hot Chocolate

Hot chocolate (also known as hot cocoa) is a heated beverage typically consisting of shaved chocolate, melted chocolate or cocoa powder, heated milk or water, and sugar. Drinking chocolate is similar to hot chocolate, but is made from melted chocolate shavings or paste, rather than a powdered mix that is soluble in water. Also, drinking chocolate usually is not as sweet as hot chocolate.

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Artists Who Signed With Apple Records
... Hot Chocolate (as Hot Chocolate Band) - Released one single, "Give Peace A Chance", which they recorded and had played to John Lennon, who liked it ... Their post-Apple releases as Hot Chocolate were more commercially successful ... as The Iveys), James Taylor, Mary Hopkin, Hot Chocolate, Yoko Ono and Billy Preston ...
Hot Chocolate (band) - Career
... They were originally named 'Hot Chocolate Band' by Mavis Smith, who worked for the Apple Corps press office ... This was quickly shortened to Hot Chocolate by Mickie Most ... Hot Chocolate started their recording career making a reggae version of John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance", but Brown was told he needed permission ...
Two-Face - In Other Media - In Popular Culture
... When Batman confronts Two-Face in a hot chocolate factory, Two-Face flips his coin to determine if he should kill Batman or not ... he ends up going face first into the side of a hot chocolate vat ... landing on two has Two-Face not killing Batman, and landing on three has both of them drinking hot chocolate together ...
Hot Chocolate - Health - Risks
... Several negative effects may be attributed to the drinking of hot chocolate ... The types and severity of health risks vary between different styles of hot chocolate ... Hot chocolate made from milk also contains the sugars naturally found in milk ...
Hot Chocolate Effect
... The Hot Chocolate Effect also known as the Allassonic Effect is a phenomenon of wave mechanics first documented in 1982 by Frank Crawford, where the pitch heard from tapping a cup of hot liquid ... It was first observed in the making of hot chocolate or instant coffee, but also occurs in other situations such as adding salt to supersaturated hot water or cold beer ... liquids It can be observed by pouring hot milk into a mug, stirring in chocolate powder, and tapping the bottom of the mug with a spoon while the milk is still in ...

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