Sara García, known as the grandmother of Mexican cinema, has graced the packaging for over 40 years. She portraited the typical Mexican grandmother, warm, family oriented, loving indulgence, yet strong and strict to be the head of the family.
How to prepare it?
Ad d a tablet to a liter of boiling water and stir with a wooden spoon until it's dissolved. For better results, use a traditional molinillo (chocolate wooden stirrer) to get a foamy delicious hot chocolate. You can add your favourite topping, like mini marshmallows.
Non dairy option
There is a delicious option for those who can't drink milk.
Warm up one liter of water with a stick of cinnamon. Once it's boiling, add a tablet of Chocolate Abuelita and stir until it's dissolved to get a foamy delicious hot chocolate in water.
Sugar, cocoa paste, soy lecitin, vegetable fat, artificial flavour, polyglycerol polyricinoleate (E476), cocoa powder.
Contains soya lecitin and may contain traces of almond, wheat, peanut, gluten, egg, milk or nuts.
Suitable for vegetarians
| Nutrition facts per 100 gr. |
| Energy || 448 Kcal |
| Total fat || 14.7 g |
| Saturated fat || 10.5g |
| Total carbohydrates || 76 g |
| Sugars || 73 g |
| Protein || 2.8 g |
| Salt || 15 mg |
Keep in a dry, cool place.
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