I have a question about the recipe "Dorie Greenspan's Hot (and Cold) Chocolate" from Genius Recipes. This recipe says it "serves four" ... any idea of how many oz. the total batch yields?
Kristen is the Creative Director of Food52
It's about 4 cups (48 ounces). And it's so good!
Oops, sorry about that math—4 cups is 32 ounces!
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
my estimates from reading the recipe:
the small servings of hot chocolate are between 2 and 3 oz (like several other French recipes, including one by Pierre Herme)
the long tall servings of cold hot chocolate are about 9 oz each
so, 8-12 oz hot total, or 36 oz cold total.
The milk was in both the hot and cold versions, so 36 oz total for both.
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