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11 Mouthwatering Recipes With Abuelita Chocolate That You Have To Try

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It’s likely that anyone who’s tasted Chocolate Abuelita is likely obsessed with it. But what if we told you there’s more to it than just hot chocolate? We’re about to blow your mind.

What if I told you that you can make a Chocolate Abuelita cheesecake? ?

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Better yet, some Chocolate Abuelita macarons…

Abuelita Chocolate macarons #beyasmacarons #frenchmacarons #abuelitachocolate #macarons

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Definitely not your basic macarons.

For the holidays you can bake a pecan pie with an Abuelita chocolate twist.

For desert Mexican Chocolate Pecan pie #thanksgiving #abuelitachocolate

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If you’re a fan of pecan pie, this recipe is a must try!

It doesn’t get more refreshing than some Chocolate Abuelita ice cream. ?

Alright, alright, I caved. ?? #abuelitachocolate #horchata #icecream

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It’s the perfect dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth.

And perfect with a glass of milk are these Chocolate Abuelita cinnamon rolls.

??? #examen #rolls #cinamon #abuelitachocolate ?

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Cinnamon+Chocolate=deliciousness. ?

If you thought these recipes couldn’t get any sweeter, wait till you try these Chocolate Abuelita cupcakes.

PLUS dulce de leche frosting??? YASSS. ??

For a sugary treat, we’re just going to drop these Chocolate Abuelita cookies right here.

And they look like conchas! ?

Perfect for the chilly mornings, you can make yourself a yummy Chocolate Abuelita latte.

Perfect for this weather ☁️☔ ☕️#abuelitalatte

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Make mine a double! ☝?

And if you’re a fan of cold beverages…

The Chocolate Abuelita frap is perfect for you.

After you’re all caffeinated and ready to get turnt, go with this white Russian with a touch of Chocolate Abuelita.

#whiterussian variation topped w/ #abuelitachocolate #cantinero #cantineros #bartender #barman #barkeep

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I’ll take one! ??

And in case you didn’t already know, Chocolate Abuelita is also used to make some bomb a** mole.

So what else can you make with Chocolate Abuelita?

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Brazilian Soccer Team's Cinderella Story Cut Short By Tragic Plane Crash

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Brazilian Soccer Team’s Cinderella Story Cut Short By Tragic Plane Crash

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Tragedy has struck Brazilian soccer club Chapecoense just days before it was set to play the most important final in team history. A charter plane carrying 81 people, including Chapecoenese players and staff, crashed moments before reaching its destination of Medellín, Colombia. Seventy-five people died in the crash, including journalists who were covering the team, as well as a Brazilian play-by-play team from Fox Sports. The crash is believed to be caused by an electrical fault that was reported by the pilot before losing contact with ground controllers.

Only six people survived, including players Alan Ruschel, Jackson Follmann and Hélio Neto. Journalist Rafael Valmorbida and flight crew members Ximena Suarez and Erwin Tumiri also survived.

The tragedy hit just as Chapecoense was on the verge of capping what could have been one of the most remarkable Cinderella stories in South American soccer. The team, which is based in Chapecó — a town with a population of nearly 210,000 — played in Brazil’s fourth division in 2007. Since then, the underdogs worked their way up to Brazil’s top flight division and won the hearts of many soccer fans throughout Brazil.

This year, Chapecoense made a memorable run in the Copa Sudamericana, where the “Big Green” was set to face off versus Colombia’s Atletico Nacional in the tournament final — the first leg of the final was to be played tomorrow.

Here is a photo of the team as it prepared to make its way to Colombia.

After learning about the tragic crash, Atletico Nacional asked for Chapecoense to be named champions of the Copa Sudamericana.

A sobering photo of several Chapecoense players, who did not make the trip due to injury, began making the rounds on social media.

Brazil’s soccer federation has postponed all soccer matches for a week and Brazilian president Michel Temer has called for three days of national mourning.

Several internationally-renowned players took to social media to express their condolences:

Credit: Leo Messi / Facebook
CREDIT: Credit: Leo Messi / Facebook

Mi más sentido pésame para todas las familias, amigos e hinchas del plantel del Chapecoense. #FuerzaChapeMy deepest…

Posted by Leo Messi on Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Chapecoense shared this video on Twitter with the caption: “Let this be the last image of our warriors.”

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