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Warm up from the inside out with champurrado. The traditional Mexican drink is as cozy as it gets! Trust us: This champurrado recipe is deliciously decadent.

What Is Champurrado?

Champurrado is a thick, warm, sweet, and earthy Mexican beverage. The rich drink gets its complex flavor from Mexican chocolate, piloncillo (a.k.a. Mexican brown sugar) and masa de maiz, masa harina, or corn flour.

Atole vs. Champurrado

Atole is a sweet, warm Mexican drink with a masa harina base. Basic atole does not include chocolate. Champurrado, meanwhile, is a version of atole made with Mexican chocolate.

How to Make Champurrado

You’ll find the full, step-by-step recipe below — but here’s a brief overview of what you can expect when you make this top-rated champurrado:

1. Place the spices in water and bring to a boil.
2. Remove from heat and let the spices steep until fragrant.
3. Heat the milk, chocolate, and pinole in a separate saucepan until thick.
4. Remove from heat and add piloncillo.
5. Pour cinnamon water into chocolate mixture and stir to combine.

How to Serve Champurrado

Traditionally, champurrado is served with churros for breakfast or as a snack. It’s popular during Day of the Dead celebrations and during the Christmas season, when it’s often served with tamales. If you want, you can spike your mug of champurrado with rum.

How to Store Champurrado

Allow the champurrado to cool completely, then transfer to an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator for up to three days. Reheat on the stove.

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