9 Reviews

Loved this mix! Changed it just a bit. Added a cup of unsweetened instant tea for more of a "chai" flavor. It turned out great! Thanks for posting.

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Aroostook April 12, 2004

i will try this soon but will have to forgo the chocolate chips since I can find them here in Costa Rica. or at least my area of Costa Rica. will let you know how they turn out.

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Loudor August 24, 2008

great drink and how did i miss your site wow guys go check it out the pictures the set up is wonderful thanks dee

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Dienia B. October 14, 2005

What an excellent little drink! I was wondering what I was going to serve to my best friend when she came over as she doesn't drink coffee... This fits the bill perfectly! My young sons loved this as well. I will be keeping this recipe for a REALLY long time! Thanks Rita! Never doubted you for a minute!

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Saturn September 24, 2005

What a wonderful way to wind down after a long day. I didn't use the powdered milk or the creamer since I didn't have either. Instead I used real milk and a great oolong as a base. I put it up to 3 cups of chocolate since I like it rich and played around with the rest until I got it right. Oh, and I dropped the cinnamon since it doesn't agree with me. I've already made this as a mix and stuck it in a canister for next time. :D Zaar World Tour 05

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Amis September 24, 2005

I made 1/2 batch last night and everyone in the family loved it. I happened to have French Vanilla flavored coffee creamer, so that is what I used, and omitted toe vanilla pod seeds. I get a lot of sediment in the bottom of my cup, but DH assures me it is because of the dry milk I am using....it is not disolving properly. I don't think tht is a problem with the recipe, I think it is just the brand of milk.

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Ms*Bindy September 19, 2005

I altered this recipe a little to suit my tastes...you can never have too much chocolate! I made mine with 3 C. hot chocolate mix instead of 2 C. Then after mixing it all together, I whirled it around in my food processor to give it a nice, fine grind. I also prepare mine a little stronger than this recipe calls for, I use 1/4 C. mix to a typical 10 oz. mug. Love this stuff! I give it as gifts.

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chefthyme January 31, 2005

Try with a shot of Almond liquor or Cream de coco!

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Rita~ March 31, 2003

Mmm!!! Wow! Neat and nice! Warm, refreshing, soothing and comforting, romantic, wonderful! I am sitting here sipping this awesome beverage mix in a mug of boiling hot water right under tonight's beautiful silvery full moon:) Love the drink and it's pretty medium brown colour! I halved the recipe and made it, and now, I seriously am thinking of doubling it and preparing a few more gift boxes that I have to for the coming up Christmas with this. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe. It's really 'something'!

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Charishma_Ramchandani December 20, 2002
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