Recipe by amberlie spence
This is an amalgamation of ideas from a recipe request I made for a coffee drink made with pudding. I used more powdered creamer and less powdered milk than most recipes. I LIKE powdered creamer. Some people may want to use more skim milk powder and lower the creamer content. This will add a little to the carb content, but it will add a touch of protein as well. (Boil water, pour into cup and add powder to taste.) This is a sugar free food, keep an eye on it though, sugar free nestle quick and creamer both have some calories in them. As long as you are not drinking ten cups a day it won't be a problem. This is great for diabetics. Most of those coffee drinks that are sugar free are nasty. This will need to be stirred after it has sat a moment in water. It is also great added TO a cup of coffee if you don't mind the caffein.
- 2 cups powdered milk
- 5 cups powdered coffee creamer
- 1 cup Splenda sugar substitute, powdered after measuring
- 1⁄2 cup dry cocoa powder
- 1 cup nestle quick sugar-free instant chocolate milk mix
- 1 (7 ounce) jar instant coffee crystals, approximately
Directions See How It's Made
- Uses 2 large mixing bowls and blender.
- Take one cup of splenda and put in blender already running on High.
- Keep blender covered and do not breathe!
- Change to pulse and keep pulsing until sugar substitute is powdered.
- put splenda in large mixing bowl.
- Mix loosely together with rest of ingredients.
- after mixing loosely use mixing cup to place approximately one and one half cups of dry ingredients in blender at one time.
- vary between pulse and high, turning off and scraping sides of blender, until combined to a smooth light chocolate colored powder.
- (keep an eye on the blender so it doesn't overheat).
- Pour powder in clean mixing bowl and continue mixing dry ingredients in batches until done with all.
- Package in jars, ziplock bags, and original instant coffee container.