Chocolate de Mesa - used for Mexican hot chocolate, it has a granular texture and is made with sugar, cinnamon, and in some cases, almonds. You can find it around Mexico sold in blocks, tablets, or balls and prepared in a metate; you can find some decent brands such as Mayordomo, Taza, and Ibarra elsewhere.
Chocolate Chimichangas With Ice Cream from Food.com: Imagine a a flour tortilla wrapped around your favorite chocolate bar then deep fried to a golden crisp and served with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup and garnished with chocolate shavings and a falling of cinnamon. :)
I needed yesterday. My family doesn’t really celebrate holidays (when everyone lives in the same town, we see each other more often than not.) So instead, I spent time with friends eating my way through egg casseroles and cinnamon rolls, playing ridiculous games that made me cry because I was laughing so hard, and sitting [...]