Our Own Triple Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix
Our own gourmet instant Hot Dark Chocolate Mix! We worked on the perfect blend of 3 rich cocoas, including deep, dark Black Cocoa, to create a perfect Dark Chocolate Hot Cocoa mix. All-natural ingredients - no thickeners, stabilizers, or whatever they add in the store-bought cocoas. Just add hot water and stir!
The 5 oz packet is perfect for small gifts, stocking stuffers, or just to try it out. The small package makes 30 ounces of brewed hot chocolate. The 12 ounce pouch makes 72 ounces (typically 8-10 servings). We've also created tear-open single-serving packets that make a generous 8-ounce serving.
Now available in the 12-ounce pouch with free mini-marshmallows and honeypot stir stick, or in Peppermint - with hand-crafted meltable Peppermint Puffs from Red Bird!
Natural Cocoa, Dutch Cocoa (alkali), Black Cocoa, cane sugar, non-fat milk, pure vanilla and other natural flavors, salt.
Ingredients: Original with Peppermint
Natural Cocoa, Dutch Cocoa (alkali), Black Cocoa, cane sugar, non-fat milk, pure vanilla and other natural flavors, salt. Peppermint Puffs: Cane sugar, invert sugar, oil of peppermint, Red 40, Red 40 Lake.
Sugar, Corn Syrup, Modified Cornstarch, Gelatin, Sodium Hexametaphosphate, Natural and Artificial Flavors,
FD&C Blue #1.
The best hot chocolate going!
You won't want to bother with any other way of making hot chocolate once you've tried this. There's plenty of chocolate goodness and not too much sugar. It couldn't be any easier to make with only hot water needed. I did find that using half hot milk made it taste richer, though. I tried one packet and immediately bought four more.
Posted by Wendy Q on Dec 9th 2022
Excellent. Just add water and stir.Will be ordering more.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 11th 2022
A Delicious, complex , chocolatey treat
I am generally not a fan of hot cocoa mixes, but this one is fantastic. Even a chocolate snob in the family was impressed with it!
Posted by Doug Eisemann on Dec 31st 2021
Real Cocoa and an excellent Flavor I will be ordering more as I can everyone that tried it loved it
Posted by Whoop chicken expeditions on Dec 29th 2021
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