This recipe is so simple that once you do it once, you won't need a recipe. I've simply upgraded the ingredients from a regular store bought packet to make it more wholesome and nourishing (and equally delicious).
Here's what's in a traditional store bought hot chocolate mix:
One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." Virginia Woolf
Virginia Woolf was on to something: food - and our relationship to it - is our sustenance, our lifeblood. It has the potential to be a source of nourishment and wellbeing or, as is the case for many people, a source of angst and unhappiness.
Last month, I wrote about sugar and its impact on our mood, cravings, attention, and energy. I know, based on your notes to me, that
A friend and I spent time working on a "New Year's" exercise which involved taking stock of the previous year and using that awareness to look ahead to the upcoming year. One of the questions was: "What were your 5 most important "lessons learned" this past year?" To which my first response was: "I'm going to skip that one."