A New Hot Chocolate Recipe, Half by Accident

The first post I ever wrote on this blog was a recipe for homemade hot chocolate. I think it’s kind of funny now.

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Honestly, I had just created my blog and I just wanted to put something up on it.

On the other hand, I can reference that hot chocolate recipe easily – cuz I know exactly where it’s at. 😉 Handy, since I made our fall/winter batch of hot chocolate mix this morning.

This time, I decided to increase the ingredients by half in order to use the entire box of Nestle quick and make a larger batch. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you view it) I overlooked the fact that I only had enough powdered milk for one batch and no more! Since I added that last, I was already committed with my 1 1/2 sized batch. With no other options, I added the one box of powdered milk and mixed it up anyway.

It couldn’t hurt, right?

Um, NO!!

This recipe is smoother and more chocolatey and…

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Mix up your own. Try it. Savor it.


1 large container Nestle Quick (21.8 oz.)

1 1/2 cups powdered sugar

1 1/2 cups non-dairy creamer

1 box (1lb., 9oz.) instant, non-fat milk

Stir all the dry ingredients together and store in an airtight container. Add the mix to your hot water to taste, approximately 1/3 cup of mix to 1 cup of hot water.

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You can also use sugar-free milk chocolate mix, or fat free creamer or make any other adjustments for preference.

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October 8, 2008 5:09 pm

bring back memories?? I think of cold nights in the stands, watching y’all in band; toasty fires in the fireplace at home; good books to read on weekends… Whatcha got?

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