Mexican Hot Chocolate Soil

It’s not a culinary masterpiece or rocket science, and it ain’t pretty, but its delicious. Sure the term soil is being used a lot lately. Call it crumble or whatever. So, what is it?
Throw Oreos into the food processor until they’re pitch black, with no white showing. Add cinnamon, smoked salt and chipotle powder (or any kind of ground, dried hot pepper). Mix in melted butter and mix until it has a wet sand consistency. For this batch, we did a 50/50 with butter and bacon fat. Spread on a pan covered with parchment and bake at 350 F for about 10 minutes. Let cool and use however you like. We shovel fistfuls into out fat faces.
This recipe was inspired by Christina Tosi of Milk Bar. It is similar to her crumb recipes, but without the milk powder (and we don’t weigh or measure anything here).


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