Instant Mexican Style Hot Cocoa
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11 cups dry mix
- Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl. Stir slowly to combine.
- Sift mixture into your storage container. DO NOT skip this step. Sifting helps mix the ingredients, aerate, and break up the clumps.
- Store in a sealed container and be sure to give it a good shake before you use any of the mix. You can adjust the amount of cayenne pepper to taste as needed.
- To use mix.
- Fill a mug about half full with the mix and then slowly top it off with hot water, stirring the whole time. Use more or less to taste.
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