Recipe courtesy Sandra Lee
Show: Dear Food NetworkEpisode: Holiday Parties
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Combine all ingredients and place in a collectible/re-useable canister with instructions.
Instructions read: "Blend 1/2 cup mix with 1 cup steaming hot whole milk. Stir and enjoy".
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on December 11, 2010
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Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm! Tastes like Christmas. :-
on January 31, 2010
Loved the hot chocolate, especially the surprise that the cayenne pepper added. My take on this is to pour out a mug of hot coffee, add a couple of teaspoonfuls of the hot chocolate mix, add just a little vanilla-flavored coffee cream... yeeeee-UM! Great way to get my day going!
Also, instead of paying the bigger prices for "hot cocoa mix", I adapted the recipe from the side of a Hershey's Cocoa box. One cup of cocoa and two cups of sugar, plus the spices in the original recipe made several gifts with a whole lot less expense. Put it into a disposable, covered plastic container and you're ready to give. And I like it better than the more expensive cocoa mix!
San Diego, CA
on February 17, 2009
With the economy being what it is, and me being laid off for nearly 1 year now, we needed to find something simple, homespun and inexpensive to give as holiday gifts. We went to Tjmaxx/Marshall's to find the reusable containers (much less expensive than Container store or BedBath, etc.., we also found several bright colorful, sturdy scoops in a box of loose kitchen gadgets at Tjmaxx. Once we created the mix, filled and sealed the tins, we attached these wonderful scoops and an ingredients card to the side with a little bit of shiny red ribbon. What a hit this was! We've got folks still asking about the recipe and wanting more! I used a Nestle Hot Chocolate/Gourmet Hot Cocoa/Hershey's Cocoa mixture, added more cayenne for a little spicy kick and balanced out the other ingredients as well (I tripped this recipe. I got the gourmet hot cocoa at TJMaxx too. It was a double dutch chocolate blend or something like that. We made enough to give to 4 couples and they all loved it!
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