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    This cocoa mix does not use non-dairy creamer as most others. This is a big plus for those who do not usually use creamers. This mix can be made into spiced cocoa mix and also Java mix.

    Recipe #110888

    Good hot chocolate mix and best of all sugar free and fat free. To make a cup of hot chocolate use 1/4 cup of mix and 1 cup hot water.

    Recipe #106899

    Great for breakfasts, chilly nights, "I don't feel so good" days, and just when you want to relax! Sometimes I like to mix this half and half with coffee. Other times I like to let it cool down and pop it in the blender with some ice cream and make a milkshake! Hot chocolate isn't just for snow-days, you know! ;)

    Recipe #28860

    11 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I like to add this to my "Christmas Sampler Basket" I give as gifts to friends at Christmas.

    Recipe #10629

    Recipe #7040

    I prefer real buttermilk in recipes to the vinegar-lemon milk substitute. It was frustrating always running out of buttermilk just when I needed it most. I usually quadruple and make a gallon at a time. Once you've made your own, you can save some back to replenish your supply by making more. My husband loves an occasional cold glass of buttermilk on a hot summer day, with a little salt. Update: A couple of reviewers have reported this did not work for them. Because it is a 'culture based' recipe, it relies on the fresh buttermilk that provides the 'culture' to be fresh enough that the 'culture' is still alive. Once the culture has died, it can no longer feed to create more of itself.

    Recipe #35945

    If you are a buttermilk lover, this is the recipe for you! Delicious and refreshing on a hot summers day!

    Recipe #53445


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