When child actress Shirley Temple visited the Royal Hawaiian Hotel or Chasen's in Beverly Hills, this is the drink she was served. Both restaurants claim to be the creator of the drink. Most variations today don't use the orange juice and usually use Sprite or 7-Up in place of the ginger ale, but if you are looking for authenticity, this is it.
I make this perfectly rich and easy hot chocolate for myself most mornings. It's lowfat, sugar free, and I'd rather the antioxidants from this versus caffeine from coffee. This is way better than those questionable, hardly chocolatey, who-knows-whats-in-them packets.
We have one of these almost everyday! 1 WW point and so easy and so good! I use Diet Sierra Mist, but you can also substitute Diet Sprite or Diet 7-Up and I'd think you'd get the same result. Also, we use the frozen smoothie blend fruit, but you can use anything you'd like! Enjoy.
In need of a comfort food fix? Treat yourself to a big mug of creamy hot chocolate, Mexican style, with this quick-as-a-wink recipe. If you think the weather's too hot for hot cocoa, find a place that well air-conditioned... coz this recipe is fantastic all year round! This is from www.verybestbaking.com, a Nestle website.
This is another one from the American Diabetes Association that is a guilt free indulgence. Great not only for diabetics or dieters, but anyone who wants to remember their childhood without all the fat and calories
Those in authority say that this one actually outsells the regular lemon shakeup at the Illinois State Fair. I love both! There's nothing more satisfying on a hot summer day at the fair, or now, at home.