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Where to drink a good hot chocolate in Montreal
Nothing is more comforting than a good cup of hot chocolate. Smooth and sweet, classic, reinvented or downright delusional, the drinks we present to you here are expert mixtures of quality and creativity.
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Donuts are usually fried from a flour dough, and usually either in the shape of a ring or a number of shapes without a hole, and often filled, but can also be in the shape of a ball (“donut holes”). Other types of batters can also be used, and various fillings and flavorings are used for different types, such as sugar, chocolate, or maple glazing. Donuts can also include water, yeast, eggs, milk, sugar, oil, fat and natural or artificial flavors.
The two most common types are the donut ring and the filled ring, which is injected with canned fruit, cream, cream or other sweet fillings. Alternatively, small pieces of dough are sometimes baked like donut holes. Once fried, donuts can be glazed with sugar frosting, spread with frosting or chocolate on top, or topped with powdered sugar or vermicelli or fruit. Other shapes include rings, balls, flattened spheres, twists, and other shapes. Donut varieties are also divided into the cake (including old-fashioned ) and donuts of the increased yeast type. Donuts are often accompanied by coffee purchased from donut stores or fast-food restaurants, but can also be paired with milk
toasted marshmallow hot chocolate recipe,
- 750 ml (3 cups) of 2% milk
- 150 g (1/3 lb) of 70% dark chocolate chopped
- 60 ml (1/4 cup) of sugar
- 5 ml (1 tsp.) Of vanilla
- 12 medium marshmallows
- Pour the milk into a bowl.
- Heat from 1 minute 30 seconds to 2 minutes in the microwave.
- Add the chocolate, sugar and vanilla to the bowl. Stir, then reheat in the microwave for 30 seconds.
- Divide the preparation into four cups. Top each hot chocolate with three marshmallows.
- Place the cups on a baking sheet. Brown in the oven to “broil” position ( broiler ) 2 minutes or brown with a torch pin
Nothing better than a good home made chocolate topped with melting pieces of marshmallow to make a rainy afternoon cheerful!
180 gr of chocolate (in bars)
400 ml of milk
100 ml of liquid cream
2 tbsp sugar
2 cases of cornstarch
Pieces of marshmallow (marshmallows)
Cinnamon (or cocoa powder for decoration, optional)
Stir to melt and mix well with the preparation.
Bring to a boil for 1 to 2 minutes then stir gently with a whisk.
Heat in the microwave for 20 seconds.
starbucks venti hot chocolate calories
Unfortunately, these are far from being the panacea in terms of dietary balance, as revealed by a British study by the charity “Action on Sugar” which works to reduce the consumption of sugar.
It analyzed more than 200 drinks offered by the major coffee and fast food chains (Costa Coffee, Starbucks, McDonald’s, Prêt à Manger, etc.) and found that they all contained far too much sugar. The “venti”, pint of hot chocolate from Starbucks, has 758 calories and 23 teaspoons of tea (93.7 g of sugar ). This is equivalent to 23 pieces of sugar of 4 grams each. In calories, this hot drink is equivalent to 3 cans of coca-cola, or four white chocolate and strawberry muffins!
Next, come the hot chocolate with salted caramel from the Caffè Nero brand (almost 60 gr of sugar and 503 calories), and the “venti” Gingerbread Latte, made from oats, which contains 56.6 grams of sugar and counts 523 calories.
Nutritionist Holly Gabriel of Action on Sugar said the results of the survey were “ shocking ”: “ Signs offering coffee [and other hot drinks] need to take much more significant steps to reduce the levels of sugar and portion size, promote less sugary alternatives and stop pushing for extras at checkout, ”she said to the BBC.
Recall that according to the World Health Organization (WHO), there should not be more than 10% of daily calories in the form of added sugar. 5% would be even better, which is equivalent to 25 to 50 grams of sugar per day for an adult (based on 2000 kcal per day).
|Popular Items||Serving Size||Calories|
|Chocolate Donut||1 serving (60g)||246 kcal|
|Caramel Macchiato||100ml||62 kcal|
|Caffè Latte||100ml||70 kcal|
|Chocolate Chip Cookie||1 cookie||378 kcal|
|Blueberry Muffin||1 serving||415 kcal|
|Carrot Cake||100g||392 kcal|
|Sugar Donut||1 serving (70g)||299 kcal|
|Cinnamon Roll||1 serving||386 kcal|
|Chocolate & Hazelnut Muffin||1 serving||459 kcal|
|Classic Viennese Chocolate (Tall)||1 serving (355ml)||294 kcal|
|Classic Viennese Chocolate Semi-Skimmed Milk with Whipped Cream (Short)||1 serving (237ml)||178 kcal|
|Semi-skimmed milk Chai Tea Latte (Tall)||1 serving (355ml)||179 kcal|
|Macchiato Hazelnut||100ml||71 kcal|
|Caffé Latte Skimmed Milk (Tall)||1 serving (355ml)||102 kcal|
|Double Chocolate Muffin||1 serving||449 kcal|
|Semi-Skimmed Cappuccino Milk (Large)||1 serving (474ml)||115 kcal|
|Caffé Latte Soybean (Large)||1 serving (472ml)||148 kcal|
|Pancakes||1 serving||111 kcal|
|Lemon Cake||1 cake (90g)||399 kcal|
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