"Great mix - the powdered milk, sugar and creamer can be separated from the coffee and placed in a jar for a gift. Use any flavor of powdered non-dairy creamer to further flavor your cappuccino mix. Vary the amount of coffee granules to your taste. " — DANCINGN27
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I printed this off quite some time ago & love it! I have sold jars of it at my craft booth, and given jars as holiday gifts.
If you increase this recipe to: 2 cups dry milk, 4 cups 2 TBSP sugar, 4 cups non-dairy powdered creamer, and 2 cups instant coffee, it fills eleven 8-oz jelly jars.
I made and put this into jars for Christmas presents in 2000. The flavor was real mild and I found that I had to use a lot of it to make a good cup, but then you could taste the powdered milk. It worked better added as a creamer to coffee.
I have been using this recipe for a couple of years now with a little change. Using half of the sugar and 2/3 cups instant chocolate drink mix (i.e. Nestle Quik) it makes a great mocha cappuccino.
Well, I followed the recipe exactly, and then put the mix through a blender to get a nice homogenous texture. When I tried it (using 2-3 teaspoons of the mix, as the recipe states), it seemed really bland and watery. I added more mix, and found that 2-3 TABLEspoons makes a delicious cup. Typo? With that correction, I enjoy this recipe, and will be making it again. Thanks, Nancy!
I found this so good, I make it in a food processor so that it is ground up fine. I enjoyed it so much, in one month I drank all that I had made for baskets for Christmas, have to make more, much cheaper than buying it in the international foods section.
This tasted really good and I love how fast and easy it is to make. I combined the ingredients with a food processor, which worked really well. My only complaint is that the non-dairy creamer has a strong artificial taste. I used regular vanilla flavored (not the sugar free or fat free kinds).
I made this for my mom and grandma for Mothers Day. I put it in a cool little canister and made a ¨Coffee¨ themed basket for each of them. They loved it. Especially since my grandma loves instant coffee.
I sold this at a bake sale and I had people asking me for more later. My husband likes it too and he isn't always big on sugary drinks. A definate hit. A little expensive though with the powdered milk. I recommend making a really large batch.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Flavored Cappuccino Mix
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 14
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