DIY Hot Cocoa Mix
Total TimePrep: 10 min.
Makes21 servings (7 cups hot cocoa mix)
I believe there is a mistake in this recipe. I know it's very old, but I still think that this is a perfectly great Hot Chocolate Mix. The problem or mistake is that it asks to use hot milk to mix it with, but it should definitely say hot water instead! Hot Milk with all the dry milk and creamer would make it too rich and unpalatable.
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I was in search of an easy, yet tasty DIY hot cocoa mix that I can serve at my daughter's birthday party (we are having a hot cocoa bar). It is easy to make and turned out quite well. I did substitute the plain non dairy creamer for vanilla creamer which gave it some extra flavor.
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This takes a lot of ingredients and to me really doesn't taste like anything special. But I made as small presents this year and gave them away with the "Chocolate Hazelnut Spoons" everyone loved it and thought it was a cute idea.
This is the best cocoa recipe I have ever had. I bought my ingredients at Aldi. I didn't use the marshmallow or chocolate chips, I thought that would make it too sweet. The first cup I made I used the 2% milk. It was too rich for my taste, so I tried using the 3/4 cup water and the taste was much better. I made up batches to give to my Grandchildren at Christmas. After they use theirs, perhaps I can write there comments.
Bought all the ingredients and made this yesterday. The after taste was so awful we dumped everything. I would love to know the brand names others are using as I tried a few things to "fix" it and nothing worked. When kids won't even try chocolate again, there is an issue. I'll go back to Swiss Miss packs.
Very good - the grandkids loved it. I will serve this for the Christmas get together.