|Vegetarian Times Low-Fat & Fast Pasta|
|by Editors of Vegetarian Times|
The next book in the series of Low-Fat & Fast cookbooks from the editors of Vegetarian Times magazine is Vegetarian Times Low-Fat & Fast Pasta.
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Combine cocoa, sugar, and water in a small saucepan. Heat it on low heat, stirring occasionally to prevent the paste from sticking to the pan. After ...
Take out milk, Hershey chocolate, and a ... she had made hot chocolate. I sipped ... we ran out of normal mix, my mother had created this wonderful idea.
Place all dry ingredients into a large mug and add vanilla to the dry ingredients mix together. Add water to LARGE mug and stir so that it is rich ...
Mix well in large bowl and store in canister. Use 5 heaping teaspoons per cup of hot water.
If you want ... want it more chocolate flavored, add 2 ... airtight container. To use: 2-3 tablespoons per cup and add hot water and marshmallows, if desired.
Mix in large bowl combine all ingredients; blend well. Store tightly in covered container (16 servings). Single serving: Combine 1/4 cup mix to 3/4 ...
Combine all of above ingredients together. Mix well. Store in a large air tight container. For 1 cup of hot chocolate use: 1/3 cup mixture with hot water.
In a 10-quart kettle combine cocoa, sugar, and water. Stir until heated (slow boil); add milk. Heat until steaming. Add the vanilla just before ...
Combine all ingredients. To make a cup of hot chocolate, add 1/3 cup of the mix to a cup of boiling water. This keeps indefinitely in a covered container.
Sift all ingredients together and store in a cool, dry place. When ready to use, add 2 tablespoons mix to each 4 ounce cup of boiling water. ...
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