|Cocoa and Chocolate|
|by Walter Baker & Company|
The late 19th century saw a boom in the popularity of chocolate and chocolate products in America.
Results 1 - 10 of 44 for non-dairy hot cocoa
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You'll need: Mix all ingredients. Store in covered container. To make hot cocoa, use 1/3 cup of mixture for every cup of boiling water.
Mix everything together in a large container. Use 4 rounded teaspoons in 6 ounces boiling water or according to your own taste.
Mix everything together in a large container. Use 4 rounded teaspoons in 6 ounce boiling water for hot chocolate.
Mix all ingredients ... container. (You may whiz all ingredients in food processor if desired.) To make cocoa, mix 1/4 cup mix with 1 cup boiling water.
Combine ingredients. For ... add 1 cup hot water to 1/3 cup cocoa mix. Stir well until blended. Store remaining mix in airtight container. (28 servings).
Mix all well. Store in cans or jars. Usually takes 2-3 tablespoons to a cup of hot water. Jars of cocoa are great for Christmas gifts.
In large bowl ... dry place. Use within 6 months. Makes 5 cups. To make 1 serving: stir 3 tablespoons hot cocoa mix into 8 ounces hot water. 60 calories.
In large bowl, ... well. Store in air-tight container. To make 1 cup hot cocoa, mix 3 heaping teaspoons in 1 cup hot water. Stir. Makes 4 1/2 cups of mix.
In a large ... powder, powdered sugar, cocoa powder and non-dairy creamer. Stir until ... (3/4 cup) instant coffee crystals to the cocoa mix. Blend well.
Mix well and store in air tight container. For cocoa, add 1/3 cup mix per mug of hot water.
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