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Chocomil is a yummy Mexican chocolate milk drink. It’s made with chocolate powder, milk, and a raw egg.
Kinda like eggnog that is also made with raw eggs.
Sometimes, a banana is added and dusted off with ground cinnamon.
Growing up, this was my breakfast on many, many mornings. I’ve even seen it offered at restaurants as a breakfast option.
Delicious! Sure to hit the spot on busy mornings.
The banana is totally optional but commonly used.
Other additions and variations include a splash of vanilla and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon for garnish.
Disclaimer: Eggs in Mexico are grown differently. In fact, in many Mexican grocery stores, they are not refrigerated.
Some raw eggs contain Salmonella which can cause diarrhea, fever, cramps, and vomiting.
Eating raw eggs can be safe if they come from the right source.
If you are opposed to eating a raw egg or are pregnant, simply OMIT from the recipe.
- To a blender, add the banana, Chocomil, milk, and raw egg.
- Blend until smooth.
Here, we are using the traditional Chocomil powder mix. It can be hard to find.
You can also use Nesquik, or just about any chocolate milk powder of your liking.
Some restaurants make this Mexican chocolate drink in an old fashioned milkshake mixers. Since many of us don’t have one at home, a blender works fine too.
Above is a Nutribullet, and it’s very convenient. It comes with several cups like this for easy blending.
It’s ideal for smoothies like Cactus Smoothie, Berry Banana Smoothie, and Tropical Mango Smoothie.
The recipe is for 1 smoothie. Adjust the measurements to make several.
You and your kids are going to love Chocomil. It is a sweet drink that’s just the right treat.
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Chocomil (Mexican Chocolate Milk)
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tbsp Chocomil (or chocomilk powder mix)
- 1 banana
- 1 egg
- Add all the ingredients to a blender.
- Blend until smooth.
- Serve and enjoy.
This was so delicious and easy to make!!
Yes, I think so too. 🙂
Love this Mexican chocolate milk! It’s soo flavorful. Blending the egg was new to me but I love the banana in it!
Me too. It’s delicious!
Such a delicious and refreshing drink!
Refreshing and delicious!
This was utterly delicious!
Utterly delicious , YES!
Fantastic recipe the kids loved it 🙂
Yes, perfect for the kids!
Elle @ Spice and Life
This is so delicious, tasty and rich! I absolutely love the Mexican flare and I will be making this again over the weekend!
Hope you do. This is the best!
Such a tasty treat
Yes! I love this treat.
Love Love love all her recipes ! Everything Maggie makes it very authentic and delicious!
Aww! Thank you. Making me blush. 🙂
My favorite chocolate milk!
Mine too. I just wish it were easier to find.
So delicious! We loved it!
So glad you liked it!
Linae Brush Rangel
Do you know how to get eggs that won’t make you sick?
Me encantan tus recetas y los recuerdos bonitos!
Such a controversial thing, right? I’ve never gotten sick. I left it in there because I know someone is going to say, “Le falto el huevo.” jajaja!
This was delicious! I freeze half bananas, so I used half a frozen banana, my own homemade chocolate mix (1/3 cup cocoa powder, 2/3 sugar and a pinch of salt) milk, a splash of whipping cream, about 2 T of cooled coffee and the raw egg. Amazing! Filled me up too!
So glad you liked it. Delicious!
También añadimos hielo a veces!
Si. Muy rico.
Le falto el hielo y la canela. Recuerdo en mi infancia cuando iba al mercado del pueblo y me preparaban el choco milk con huevo de codorniz. Sabía muy delicioso y espumoso. Lo batían con el hielo y demás excepto la canela iba espolvoreada encima. Muy delicioso.
Que rico y muy bonitos recuerdos.