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Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix

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Hot drinks are a nice way to warm up in the winter. So this week, I’m doing a hot drink week and we are starting off with an Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix.

This instant strawberry hot cocoa mix is based on a recipe that I have made in the past. However, instead of cocoa powder you use Nestle Strawberry Nesquick drink powder mix to get that strawberry flavor.

Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix | realmomkitchen.com

However to up the flavor of the mix, you add in some white chocolate and non-fat dry milk. You can even make this mix up with just water. but in my opinion, it tastes better when you make it with milk.

This mix makes a great gift from the kitchen. Girls will love the pink color. You can give some of the mix with a cute mug. You can also include some fun marshmallows! I found some pastel rainbow marshmallows at my local Walmart. That is what I used in the photo. I also had some cute gold sparkle drink stirring stick I also used. I even think this is another gift that you could give for Valentine’s too with that bright pink color.

Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix | realmomkitchen.com

Here is what you need to make the
Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix

  • HIGH QUALITY WHITE CHOCOLATE
  • INSTANT NON FAT DRY MILK
  • NESTLE STRAWBERRY NESQUICK POWDERED DRINK MIX

Instant Strawberry Hot Cocoa Mix

Real Mom Kitchen

5 from 1 vote
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 12 servings
Calories

Ingredients
  

  • 7 ounces high quality white chocolate chopped
  • cup instant non fat dry milk
  • 1 cup Nestle Strawberry Nesquick powdered drink mix

Instructions
 

  • Place the white chocolate and dry milk into a food processor (I think a good blender could work also). Process in the ingredients in the food processor until it becomes a nice powder.
  • Add the powder to a bowl and add the strawberry Nesquick mix. Whisk together until well blended with no clumps. (The white chocolate/dry milk mixture likes to clump together)
  • Store in an airtight container.
  • To make hot cocoa, add 2 Tbsp of this mixture into 6 oz hot milk (I even used Skim) or water and stir until well combined and the mixture has dissolved. This makes about 12 servings.
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This recipe is adapted from Sprinkle Bakes.

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