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Hot chocolate mix is easy to make and delicious!


This is such a simple recipe for hot chocolate mix.  I keep it for months with no problems.  You can double or triple the recipe. I usually double this recipe and keep in a pint jar.  It is wonderful when you want something warm in cold weather and makes a great gift.   Most children love hot chocolate.  Just add some marshmallows or whipped cream on top for a quick treat.

Hot chocolate mix makes a great gift for any occasion.

6 tablespoons white granulated sugar

4 tablespoons 100% cocoa

1/4 teaspoon table salt

Whisk the 3 ingredients together and store in an airtight jar or container.  Heat 1 cup milk in the microwave and add 1 tablespoon of the hot chocolate mix and stir.  This recipe for mix makes 10 cups of hot chocolate.  Enjoy!



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