Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

Rich, Frothy, cold, and delicious, and you can't even tell its low fat!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 (1/2 ounce) envelope hot chocolate powder, Fat Free & No sugar added
  • 1 teaspoon Hersheys Chocolate Syrup, use 50% less carbs variety
  • 1 cup nonfat milk


  1. In a tall glass empty the cocoa packet into the bottom and top with nonfat milk. Using the drink blender attachment of your stick blender (or do this in just a regular blender) whip the two ingredients together until the milk is frothy.
  2. Add in the chocolate sauce and continue to whip with the blender until the drink is nearly doubled in volume.
  3. Enjoy.
Most Helpful

Delicious! Really helped tame my craving for something sweet. I'm not a fan of milk and know I don't always get the calcium I need. This recipe is a sure way to get some milk in my diet. Thanks for posting the recipe.

Lucky in Bayview April 08, 2013

Wow! I really enjoyed this. To me, it's a great way to make a traditional glass of chocolate milk a little more exciting. I must confess I didn't use low fat milk so it's not exactly low fat, but it was delicious. Thank you SuperSpike! Made for Comfort Cafe Snow Queen Chalet. Swiss Miss.

AmyZoe January 17, 2010

I can't really fairly give this a star rating, since I made so many changes... I just wanted to let people know what DOESN'T work!! I used a tablespoon of cocoa powder and two tablespoons of Splenda for the cocoa packet, and I misread the amount of syrup / sauce ... I added a tablespoon of Walden Farms "calorie free" chocolate syrup. I used fat-free soymilk. My blender has a "frappe" option, and I let it whir for a couple of minutes, but it didn't really froth much at all... maybe it wasn't in the blender long enough. If I try it again, I would add some ice cubes, because it was room temperature, which I don't like in drinks / smoothies! This time I just added some crushed ice from my ice maker.

brokenburner July 10, 2008