Sweet hot drink made from rice flour or Maizena diluted in water and cooked to make it more viscous and nutritive. Atole has pre-colombian origins, it's sold in Mexico's streets to warm up during winter. Several flavours exist (cinnamon, chocolate called champurrado, orange...)
Fruits juice containing reconstituted tomato juice, clam stock and spices. Essentially found in Mexico, Canada and in the States. The first product on the market, called Tomatoto, was made with tomato juice, vinegar and anchovy.
Champurrado is a milky traditional mexican drink composed of milk, chocolate, water, hominy pasta, panela (see agua de panela, Colombia) and sometimes of cinnamon, anise or vanilla. This Atole is traditionaly drunk in the morning with churros. (wikipedia)