Instant Hot Chocolate Mix

Instant Hot Chocolate Mix created by kaurorac

I like to add this to my "Christmas Sampler Basket" I give as gifts to friends at Christmas.

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directions

  • Place half the milk and chips in a food processor and whirl until finely ground-you may need to scrape the sides once or twice, and don't whirl past finely ground or your going to get clumps.
  • Repeat.
  • Put all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.
  • Put in any size jar you want and attach: To make 1 cup place 3 heaping Tablespoons of mix in a mug, add 3/4 cup boiling water and stir.
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"I like to add this to my "Christmas Sampler Basket" I give as gifts to friends at Christmas."
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  1. Chef cmpinco
    Prepared as written with Nestle semi-sweet chocolate chips, making sure not to "whirl past finely ground" so as to prevent clumps. Nobody finished a single cup -- not even half! They refused to drink it. A total waste of ingredients. Sorry.
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  2. Chef1MOM-Connie
    Comfort Cafe 2009 PERFECT meld of chocolate and milk taste. I had leftover chocolate chips, some milk, some dark, and some mint. I used a bit of the dark and the milk for batch 1. As we are at temps of 0 here and witht he wind chill below 0, this came out to be perfect timing for DS bringing in the wood for the fireplace. I will be making abtch later today with the mint chips to add in some kick butt flavors. THANK YOU! This actually is quite cost effective as I have everything on hand and I love the milk better than the creamer. Thank you
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  3. Sunny Yukon
    Delicious and easy! I also picked it for it's ingredients. The kids loved helping to make this too.
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  4. KitchenDabbler
    Simple and straightforward recipe. I made mine into a Mexican Hot Chocolate by adding spices and omitting the marshmallows. Like the others, I chose it because it used dry milk powder instead of pudding mix or dry creamer.
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  5. KitchenDabbler
    Simple and straightforward recipe. I made mine into a Mexican Hot Chocolate by adding spices and omitting the marshmallows. Like the others, I chose it because it used dry milk powder instead of pudding mix or dry creamer.
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