Recipe by SMOWWHI856
"It's easy to make your own creamy hot chocolate mix, and this can be used in other recipes that call for hot chocolate mix. You just mix together cocoa, sugar, powdered creamer and powdered milk."
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1 1/2 cups
powdered non-dairy creamer
dry milk powder
unsweetened cocoa powder
I think this is really good. I make sure I use at least 3 heaping tablespoons. I may have added more cocoa when I made it because I love chocolate. Great basic recipe. I've make it with both water and with milk and it's good either way.
This mix is close to awful. It really tastes like it is missing something. Like it should be mixed with milk instead. Takes a lot of doctoring. If you give this mix in jars as gifts to your friends for X-mas, expect less X-mas cards and gifts next year.
It's a good recipe if you add 2 to 3 TABLESPOONS of mix to the water, not teaspoons. And I'm going to add cinnamon to the mix, for a twist.
This was not very good, watery and flavorless. I wouldn't recommend making a full sized batch until you have tasted it
With seven children, we always make things in bulk. This will be a keeper. I made a triple batch, just to get us started for the winter. The kids drink it in the mornings, everyday. Thanks.
I do not mean to complain and maybe I did something wrong, but this recipe did not turn out like I thought. It tastes like something is missing, too watered down. Maybe someone can tell me what I did wrong? I tried both granulated white sugar and white powdered sugar, same weak taste.
Very easy to put together!
I make this for Christmas to give out. Sometimes I put crushed candy cane in it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Hot Chocolate Mix I
Serving Size: 1/34 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 34
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 11
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