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Make Your Own Hot Chocolate Mix
Make Your Own and Save
If you are looking for a way to warm up this Fall, why not make your own Hot Chocolate Mix and save money! This Hot Chocolate Mix recipe is my favorite hot chocolate. Add a few marshmallows on top and viola, the perfect cup of Hot Chocolate.
Our cost for the ingredients to make this Hot Chocolate Mix (without tax) was $18.32 which will make approx. 30 mug size cups of hot chocolate (3/4 cup mix per mug) A box of Nestles Hot Chocolate Mix (12 servings) cost $24.05.
Even great to give as a gift!
Our Hot Chocolate Mix: $ .61/serving
Nestles Hot Chocolate: $2.00/serving
Total Savings on 30 servings: $41.68
Nestles price based on Amazon.com
Ingredients for Hot Chocolate Mix
A Very Easy Recipe!
You will, no doubt, want to share this recipe with friends and family. I like to make a full recipe, fill jars or cans and attach a copy of the recipe to the jar.
Who knows! Perhaps, the recipient of the gift jar of mix will make the next batch and share theirs with me.
It really is delicious!
- 8 qt. Box of Powdered Milk
- 11 oz Jar of Coffeemate
- 1 lb Box Confectioners Sugar
- 2 lb Box Nestles Quik
- Sift and Mix all ingredients together (My tupperware container holds 23 cups)
- For an individual serving, Fill Mug 1/2 Full of Mix and add Hot Water.
- Top with Marshmallows if desired.
Give A Gift of Hot Chocolate Mix
Now that you have it all mixed up, why not give it as gifts!
Simply fill a Mason type jar or a Christmas canister with Hot Chocolate Mix.
The Mason jar has a square of fabric that has been trimmed with pinking shears and tied onto the top of the jar.
CABARET BEST RECIPES
October 18, 2009
23 Cup Tupperware Canister
I purchased my Tupperware Canister years ago when I was attending a Tupperware party. It is a pretty large container, but it does fit easily on the lowest shelf in my pantry.
I do love Tupperware! When I store anything in my Tupperware containers, I never have to worry about bugs or critters getting into my flour, sugar, cereals or mix.
Will You Be Making Your Own Hot Chocolate Mix?
© 2009 Cynthia Sylvestermouse