|Speedy Suppers (Practically Vegetarian)|
|by Kay Fairfax|
Today's light and healthy approach to everyday cooking made simple with recipes which are completely meat free or use modest amounts of meat, poul...
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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 ...
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 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.
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. ...
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.
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.
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 ...
Mix well in large bowl and store in canister. Use 5 heaping teaspoons per cup of hot water.
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