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Homemade Instant Suisse Mocha Mix

Yet another from the Living on a Dime website. A good gift, a good make-ahead. I made it with soymilk powder so that we could have it dairy-free, and it was a big hit with me and with my boys. You can vary the amount of sugar to taste.

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  • Stir ingredients together.
  • Process in a blender until powdered.
  • Store in an airtight container.
  • Attach a note to the container: "Use 1 cup of hot water and 2 tablespoons of coffee mix for each cup of coffee.".
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"Yet another from the Living on a Dime website. A good gift, a good make-ahead. I made it with soymilk powder so that we could have it dairy-free, and it was a big hit with me and with my boys. You can vary the amount of sugar to taste."
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  1. Julie
    Can't believe no one has reviewed this yet. I was trying to make a mocha latte smoothie (#65437) and didn't have this ingredient. It was so easy and worked perfectly. I'm going to keep this in the pantry to use as a warm-up drink, too. Thank you!
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  2. Sarah Chana
    Yet another from the Living on a Dime website. A good gift, a good make-ahead. I made it with soymilk powder so that we could have it dairy-free, and it was a big hit with me and with my boys. You can vary the amount of sugar to taste.
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