Fantastic! I added a few drops of vanilla extract and a dash of salt to help hide the Splenda aftertaste, and my nieces and nephews drank it all on me!
I liked this but thought it need to have more cocoa and also a little more sweetener. Thanks so much for the post.
I liked this but would have prefered a richer cocoa taste. Next time I would increase the amount of cocoa to at least 1 tbsp. The quantity of sweetener was bang on. Made for Comfort Cafe- Snow Queen Round 01/10.
THis was awesome. Way better option to packages of mix that have way to much sugar. I didn't have spenda so I used 1/4 organic sugar and warm milk instead of water. I would use less sugar next time. I made 4x the recipe to keep for easy hot cocoa and 3 tablespoons of mix to 1 cup liquid worked wonderfully. Thanks!
yum!! perfect with an extra tsp of splenda. thanks so much!!
I gave this recipe 3 stars. I made this to warm my 5 yr old newphew and myself since it's cold here. This is the first sugar free homemade hot cocoa I've tried. My newphew liked this and said it's good. I thought this was ok. I made my newphew and myself each a cup. With my newphew's cup I poured the water over the cocoa mix in a 2 cup measuring cup which mixed up very well. My cocoa I poured the cocoa mix in the cup then poured the water over the cocoa mix and stirred. The cocoa mix didn't mix as well. Overall this was ok but again it's my first. I may try this again. Thanks for posting. Christine (internetnut)
This worked just fine for me - I was making a truly rich and decadent hot chocolate for my guys and I made this for myself so I didn't feel too left out. Thanks for posting!
This was really good. I followed the directions except I used milk instead of water. I also added a handful of mini marshmellows. Will be making this hot cocoa more often!
In all the years I have drank sugar free everything (13 in all), this is the BEST by far!! Thanks for sharing it!! Kim