Forget the boiling water instead mix this into hot milk. So much more creamy that way and just what you want in a hot chocolate. This really is a great gift idea too! About to enjoy a mug of this cocoa with a slice of Lemon Blueberry Poppy Seed Bread. Check out my blog at: http://imapretendchef.blogspot.com/2011/01/classic-cocoa.html
ChelleyBones Posted: 01/23/11
sgboxer Posted: 12/18/11
I cut the recipe in half and added about 4 Tbsp more sugar. I mixed with water and it was really good, however I think there was a little too much chocolate in the mix. This is more of a traditional recipe, as compared to the mixes you buy in the store. Try cutting the chocolate down a smidgen, and this is a keeper!
mrscrazyed Posted: 12/15/12
This is a perfect hostess gift: inexpensive to put together, easy to prepare, and makes a beautiful presentation. I'm shipping two off to friends for Christmas and added extra marshmallows to prevent the contents from shifting.
tpainko Posted: 12/16/13
amazing! I made this with Truvia baking blend & black cocoa for a delicious but guilt-free treat! looking forward to gifting this for Christmas!!