Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins
This is a delightful gift...I sometimes tie on a small ornament, candied spoon, etc along with gift mug..friends and neighbors love these...cocoa is delicious!!
- 709.77 ml powdered sugar
- 236.59 ml non-fat powdered milk
- 473.18 ml powdered instant chocolate drink mix
- 177.44 ml non-dairy coffee creamer
- 170.09 g chocolate pudding mix
- Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, and store in an airtight container.
- Add the following instructions to a gift tag.
- SNOWMAN SOUP:.
- To enjoy, add 3 tablespoons Snowman Soup Mix to a cup of boiling water.more or less depending upon size of mug and your taste buds.
- there are many cute snowman soup poems on the internet that you can add to your gift card.
- Yield 7 cups.
- I use Nestle Quik for the chocolate powder.you can also add a couple of tablespons of malted milk powder -- .
This hot chocolate mix recipe isn't the greatest due to lack of authentic chocolate flavor. However, the snowman soup concept is very charming. I will make some of these up with my recipe, put them in a quart canning jar and use the "snowman soup" concept. In my recipe, I don't use the chocolate drink mix. Instead I use dry milk, cocoa powder, sugar, etc. When I can, I add some vanilla powder to the mix or vanilla flavored coffee creamer. With mini marshmallows this surely should bring some fun to the little ones!
It is good, but it does not have a strong chocolate taste. I figured with the pudding mix it would be chocolate-y! But its really not. I'm going to play around with it some before I give it as presents. Oh, and I threw it all in my food processor to break it up a little becuase I found that it didnt all dissolve so great. Maybe I'll do less powdered sugar and more nesquik? I'll post what I discover to work best! :)
i just made these for gifts and had to try some (i tried it with milk) and it was wonderful. I did add extra unsweetened cocoa powder for an extra chocolaty flavor and made a double batch. Thank you for posting!!!