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Fantastic recipe! So refreshing. The best part is that I always have the ingredients on hand so I can make this whenever I have the craving for something cool and chocolatey. I actually made mine dairy-free by using my own mix and almond milk.
Yummy! I just received a new ninja blender and we just made this , this morning, Very easy and Delicious!!
This was fantastic! I used half the recipe because I only had one pack of hot chocolate but it was amazing. I also added marshmallows and chocolate syrup. I loved it!
This recipe was very good. However, I did modify it and it make quite an improvement. I added one cup of chocolate milk instead of white, a scoop of vanilla icecream and only 1/3 cup of hot chocolate mix. I did the rest the same. It was to die for. A great summer treat.
I just saw this recipe and decided to make it! Im so pleased with it. I did make some changes, i used 3oz of milk, and a small scoop of vanilla ice scream. Not having the regular swiss miss hot chocolate, i used the one with marshmellows. But all in all still came out very tasty!
After seeing some frozen hot chocolate on pinterest, I knew I had to make it. Winter isn't the same without hot cocoa, and I always look forward to it every year, but now I can have hot cocoa in frozen form in the middle of summer! This recipe is way better and easier than the recipe on pinterest, which required melting chocolate chips with butter before allowing it to cool---too many steps for me. I made this with swiss miss dark chocolate cocoa, and it turned out absolutely delicious!!! Thank you so much for posting this!!!
Taste is great. It was like a thinned out Wendy's Chocolate Frosty.
This is a really easy, quick way to satisfy a milkshake craving, without all the fat! My blender had no problem processing the ice cubes, so I ended up with a smooth (albeit quick-melting) concoction that hit the spot.
The family enjoyed this recipe. DD used a dry chocolate milk mix.
Super yummy! I thought the chocolate mix would be too much in proportion to the liquid called for, but it was just right. Thanks! This one's a keeper!