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1 1/4 cups
instant coffee granules
dry milk powder
5 3/4 cups
powdered chocolate drink mix
1 3/4 cups
powdered non-dairy creamer
Tastes good and makes a nice gift in a jar. Put the whole mixture through the food processor to further mix it and to make the mix smooth and even. It makes a lot, so you'll have some for yourself, too!
I'm not sure what it is, but there's a flavor in there that I'm not fond of. Others have tried it and love it, though!
This sounds great but can someone tell me whether "powdered chocolate drink mix" means hot chocolate mix or something else? Thanks!
You will need a huge bowl to mix this. I followed the suggestions of the other reviewers and put it in the food processor. By doing this I was able to use a gallon size zip-lock for storage. It is a nice smooth and tasty drink. I will enjoy giving this as a token gift to many.
I don't like coffee but I wanted to make this as Christmas gifts. My husband loves coffee but not mocha so much so he became my guinea pig. Bless his heart, he tried 4 of these coffee/drink mixes from All Recipes. This was his favorite by far! I would trust his word on this one:-)
I have made this for several years to give as teacher gifts at Christmas time. It is always a big hit! If you mix it all in a blender, the volume will decrease and you will need to use less in each cup.
Very good! Just the right balance of coffee/chocolate/sweetness for my taste. I used the store brand of chocolate drink mix (matter of fact, all ingredients I used were store brand!) & it tasted great and saved money too, or you could use Nestle Quik. This will make a nice gift.
This is good, a mild chocolate flavor and not overly sweet. It does taste a little weak coffee wise, but I suppose that is simply a matter of personal preference. I do think it would make a terrific gift, however I'm hoarding this first batch for myself. ;) Additional Note: If you halve this recipe, it takes exactly 1, 10.9 oz. container of Nestle Quik - and you STILL need a big bowl to mix it. I also used the French Vanilla flavored powdered creamer and I think that worked nicely.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mocha Coffee Mix
Serving Size: 1/64 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 64
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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