Champurrado Mix
Champurrado Mix
Champurrado Mix
5 Pack (3oz each)

Champurrado is a chocolate-y version of an atole, a warm masa-based beverage enjoyed in various regions across Mexico. Its name is derived from the word champurrar, meaning "to mix," because this drink is traditionally frothed vigorously with a wooden mixing tool called a molinillo. While champurrado is typically prepared fresh for breakfast, we’ve given it the packaged treatment for the moments when you need a quick, cozy fix. Our Heirloom White Corn Masa Harina joins Dandelion single-origin dark chocolate, cane sugar, cinnamon, and salt for a delicious pick-me-up.

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Details+
• 5 single serve packets. Each 3 oz packet serves 1
• Non-dairy, non-GMO, gluten-free
• Ingredients: Masienda Heirloom White Corn Masa Harina, dark chocolate, sugar, cinnamon, salt
Usage+
Directions:
Stovetop (recommended):
Pour packet into a saucepan with 1 cup of water, milk or preferred milk alternative. Bring to a simmer and whisk until chocolate has completely dissolved. Champurrado is ready when it looks thick and shiny (about 5 minutes).

Microwave:
Pour packet into a microwave safe mug. Add 1 cup of water, milk or preferred milk alternative. Stir with a fork or whisk. Microwave on high for 2-3 minutes, pausing to stir once per minute until chocolate has fully dissolved.

Find Your Goldilocks

Like so many of our favorite foods, champurrado invites you to make it your own. Prepare as directed if you like it on the thicker side, or feel free to add more milk or water for a smoother consistency. Adding a dash of cayenne, clove or vanilla while simmering is also a delicious option – or a shot of orange liqueur to take it from breakfast beverage to happy hour. And if you prefer to eat your chocolate and masa, check out this recipe for Champurrado-inspired brownies.

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