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Our daughter likes her hot chocolate with milk not water can this do this?

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    Alissazimposted 18 months ago

    Our daughter likes her hot chocolate with milk not water can this do this?

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    Setank Setunkposted 18 months ago

    Are you familiar with Hershey's cocoa powder? Instant hot cocoa, like instant pudding is nasty in my opinion. Before the creation of watery instant hot chocolate, hot cocoa was made with cocoa powder, sugar, and milk cooked over a stove. She might like this, but it is more work for you.
    Nestle's Quick is commonly used in Asian countries with water instead of milk, so what ever works.

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    RTalloniposted 18 months ago

    There are lots of good recipes for making your own healthy hot chocolate mixes online.

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    tamarawilhiteposted 18 months ago

    Yes, you can add milk in place of water.
    Is your child lactose intolerant? She can have milk with the hot chocolate if you take a lactaid supplement. Or use almond milk as a substitute; don't use soy milk due to the aftertaste. Coconut milk is another milk-free substitute if your child cannot drink milk for religious or health reasons.

 
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