|Cocoa and Chocolate|
|by Walter Baker & Company|
The late 19th century saw a boom in the popularity of chocolate and chocolate products in America.
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Mix together. Store in airtight container. Use 1/4 cup of mix per mug of boiling water.
Combine all ingredients in a large airtight container. Mix or shake well. Store in airtight container. Use 4 tablespoons per 1 cup of hot water.
Mix ingredients together. Put into tight fitting container. Makes about 5 gallons of mix. Use 1/3 cup with hot water for each serving.
Mix all ingredients ... cups. To Use: Add 1/4 cup mix to cup of hot water. Top with whipped cream if desired. This mix costs approximately 11 cents per cup.
Mix it all ... measure. Store in airtight container. To make by the cup: boil water and pour in a cup and add 2-3 scoops cocoa mixture or until it tastes good.
Combine all ingredients, stirring well. Store in tightly covered jar in cool, dry place. To use mix: Place 3 tablespoons mix in cup in small amount ...
Mix well. Sift sugar. Mix. Store in airtight container. For a hot, fresh creamy cup of cocoa, add 3 tablespoons to a cup of hot boiling water.
Mix by tablespoonful with hot water. Store in airtight container. Makes approximately 4 pounds.
Mix all ingredients well. To serve, mix 2-3 teaspoons mixture with 1 cup hot water.
Mix. Use 1/3 cup of mixture per mug of hot water.
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