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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 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, ... 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 everything together in a large container. Use 4 rounded teaspoons in 6 ounce boiling water for hot chocolate.

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 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.

Mix well and store in air tight container. For cocoa, add 1/3 cup mix per mug of hot water.

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.

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