Definately is not "just like" yoohoo, but it's not a bad tasting drink. At least now I'll have something to make for when we run out of milk in the house. For the person who said it wasn't sweet enough, be sure you're using Nestle choc. quik mix, not cocoa powder which is used for baking.
Not sweet enough. I changed the cocoa powder to 4 packs of milk chocolate hot chocolate w/ marshmellows. Very creamy and kids loved it.
It's better if you use Lactaid milk instead of powdered milk and water.
for people in europe where yoohoo is not available, this is PERFECT. it almost completely matches the original taste of the drink if it is made correctly.
i wanted to try this for my son,he's yoohoo critic.i'm sorry to say that neither he or i liked this.to us it just didn't have the "right taste". i wish i could have given it a higher rating.
This recipe was created by Todd Wilbur. It is from his book entitled "Top Secret Recipes" http://www.topsecretrecipes.com
Well I didn't have Nestle cocoa powder and I know that that's the kind with lots of sugar in it. I used my own made from scratch cocoa powder mix and I really don't think I've quite perfected the right amount of sugar, cocoa, and salt in mine. But for having just an okay cocoa powder to deal with it made a delicious chocolately drink, similar to yoohoo. I think it will be made again.