All went into a recycled. Found an idea on Pinterest to make jarred hot cocoa mix, with snowman painted faces on marshmallows stuck in the top. As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. So glad you and your son enjoyed it! The first batch I made with the white chocolate chips but the second I made with vanilla chocolate chips. Thanks, Mel. The comment section really does have so many useful tips. Maybe next time I’ll use all majestic cocoa. Well, I’m buying ingredients for a 2nd batch this week or my friends & family will miss out. The cheapest mugs I’ve seen are at the Dollar Store and Walmart. Thanks for stopping by Donna . I use Stephens sometimes if it’s on sale (but don’t love the long list of unpronounceable ingredients). Thank You! in cereal this morning. I can’t remember how much I use, and can’t find the recipe at the moment, but I would guess that using the same amount that she lists for white chocolate would be fine, try adding it slowly and sampling it till you like it. I’ve made it both ways – you can use unsweetened cocoa but the flavor is a bit richer/deeper with Dutch-process (delicious either way though). Glad you got it worked out, Cassie – good luck! Agnes – I’m not sure exactly. About how many ounces of mix does this recipe make? Use very hot water to dissolve mix h before adding cold milk. Was gone in five minutes too. I don’t own one so I can’t complete that step! They don’t need it as rich and creamy as I do. It worked perfectly for me… Thanks. I made this today and let me tell you, it was delicious! OR do I put ALL the ingredients in the blender? EASE is the key for me. Which cocoa powder did you use? I made this mix for teacher gifts this year (packaged in a Christmas-red mug with an instructional tag) and of course in the name of quality control, I had to sample the hot chocolate myself. I tried it with both powdered sugar and granulated sugar and with both it had the foamy chocolate grit problem. I agree making it with milk instead of water is what the quality of ingredients should be paired with. Hahaha! Thanks for this recipe. Don’t be so dramatic, she doesn’t work for the government. So glad you you enjoyed it! Your homemade hot cocoa mix is ready! Other than those changes, this is the best homemade hot chocolate mix I’ve ever had. I’m not sure since I’ve never made it with stevia. Looks so yummy! The cornstarch in the powdered sugar will not dissolve in cold milk, and is hard to dissolve even when you when warm the milk. Thanks Mel! Is there a big difference if you forget to out the salt in… ? I would say it is pretty fine….well I will just have to try it again! I think I’ll give it a try. If I don’t have a food processor, can I just use white mini chocolate chips in the mix? Found your recipe and am enjoying a nice glass of my favorite beverage. It’s sooo yummy . I substituted the two cups of sugar for two cups of no name sweetener (from Superstore in the yellow bag), I used half powdered milk and half non dairy creamer, and instead of using white chocolate, I grated dark chocolate very fine and added it. Thanks, Sally! We made these for teacher gifts this year and you’re absolutely right: we will never buy packaged mix again! Maybe I’ll use it for Christmas gifts for 2012. Around here (SC), that usually only happens one, maybe two days a year (if that!). However, I have friends & family who could chug it w/ the best & I thought this was a great “happy winter” gift idea for them! You’re better off using the full cream milk powder, as that has more fat, which is low-carb, rather than the sugar that is used to replace the fat, flavor-wise, in the non-dairy creamer. We wound up only using 1 cup of powdered sugar and found it plenty sweet for all of us, including my kids. Katherine, the salt is only to balance the sweetness. Amazing! Perfect amount of sweetness, incredibly smooth – this is what I call a perfect cup of hot chocolate! Thank you for the recipe and other tips in the comments!!! Thanks for stopping by . Creamy, rich, and extremely delicious. Wondering how substitution of dark chocolate instead of white would work? Hi Victoria. “I’ve examined my life…..”Great.I really just want a good hot cocoa mix recipe, it doesn’t need a story. Awesome taste! This recipe sounds very good, but I’m wondering if it’s possible to make it without the food processor. I like a very lightly sweetened chocolate milk and add a heaping tablespoon to a pint glass of milk (16 oz). I was very impressed with this recipe. I made it exactly as posted. Wow, just made this tonight and it was totally delicious. I won’t be ashamed of giving it to anyone. However, I have a question. Just knowing I’m all stocked up on it again for awhile lowers my stress level. When you say dry milk, are you talking about the fine powder non-instant type or the granulated instant kind? Mix cocoa powder and sugar in a mason jar or bowl and stir to combine. So good…we have a hard time using the store bought stuff now, this is so much more creamy & rich & has much better chocolate flavor. But this one was perfect! It can stay in the freezer for several months; probably about 2-3 weeks at room temperature in the pantry. I just wanted to say that this makes THE BEST hot chocolate ever! Thank you so much! I usually hate mixing hot cocoa with water but this mix is so rich and thick it’s perfect. Whisk together all ingredients in a large bowl. We have been enjoying the “left overs” every night. She gave me her recipe many years ago, but it was hard for me to scale down to a size I could work with…. I like the idea of using the mint chocolate candy n the mixture! It’s not dissolving very well. I used Peak powdered milk. I am extremely picky about my hot cocoa, extremely. Just wondering! YUM! Add a smidge of cinnamon and it’s IMO even better and yes, the sweetener you use effects ratio….I use stevia some and it’s closer to 1:1. This recipe sounds awesome and I am actually trying it out right now. Thanks Mel! Bring this mixture to a simmer and pour into a mug. DIY Nesquick Chocolate Milk Powder Mix - Super simple and cheap to make. I’ve used this brand, too: Thank you!! Stir to combine. I used generic brands for everything but the chocolate and it still tastes amazing. It satisfied the big kid in me who wanted a glass of chocolate milk but didn’t want to drive to the grocery store for syrup or nesquick. I pretty much drink it every single day … Nearly year round !! To each his/her own, I guess. I just finished the best cup of hot chocolate ever! Sorry about my pregnancy brain… it’s been so bad this past month. Thanks for sharing your recipe! I added mini marshmallows to each of the jars I made and shook them good before sealing them. Hi Jenny, someone else used non dairy creamer and said it worked great; I haven’t tried it myself. I even had to fudge a bit since I was low on cocoa- I used dark chocolate chips to make up the rest. When making a glass of chocolate milk, stir powder mix into 1 - 2 tablespoon warm water to help dissolve sugar crystals. I wonder if someone could use the easy melt caramel rounds instead of the white chocolate too if they wanted, I’m not sure if they are too sticky to chop up. Lol and could i use non dairy creamer instead of powdered milk? My grandmother (mother of 10) always made her hot chocolate – out of necessity I believe! As, always, THANKS, This was a huge hit with my kids! No one will notice. You can easily add a bit more cocoa if it needs more chocolate power . Thanks! We just had some the other night out of a batch I made a year ago and it’s still wonderful. A perfect gift for this season or simply for your own love of hot chocolate, this homemade mix recipe is definitely one to hang on to. To make gourmet hot chocolate:. I hate white chocolate. 1 Cup Powdered Chocolate Drink Mix ( Nesquik or similar brand) Hi Mel! It makes 20 cups of hot chocolate give or take. I’m sitting here drinking my green smoothie, drooling over these photos and this homemade hot chocolate mix. I am making massive amounts of hot chocolate mix for gifts and only had 1/2 of the chocolate milk mix (store bought) that I needed. You are the best! Made this today (just a half-recipe) and tried it with my kids when they got home from school. I needed a hot chocolate recipe! I used suggested ingredients such as Judees whole milk powdered and Droste Dutch Cocoa -made some with Bensdorp which I loved even more than the Droste, also shaved the Ghirardelli  white cooking chocolate bars as suggested. This is really good! I kept it beyond simple and threw everything together in a mini food processor and gave it a whirl for a minute or two. How shelf stable are these ingredients? Thanks so much Mel!! Required fields are marked *. Very tasty! Then it got forgotten. I’ve found with this recipe that it helps to grind up the white chocolate before and then add all the other ingredients and blend up all together. Nido by Nestle’s is the international brand found in third world countries, and is readily available on Amazon, but I see that the Hoosier Farm brand is just as cheap. I added about a scant tablespoon of Carnation Instant Breakfast mix to the overall recipe to impart a slight vanilla flavor. Now I have a chocolate syrup that I keep in the ‘fridge. If I wanted to use Stevia, do you know what the amount would be? I ordered heavy cream powder and added a 1/2 cup to the mix. I think it had like 5# of dry milk, 1 can of cocoa…etc. FANTASTIC!!! And white chocolate doesn’t count lol. I’m 8 weeks pregnant and needed a glass of chocolate milk so bad. Thanks for the recipe. A-Mazing! I can’t wait to give a jar to my daughter for Christmas! When I make something new and really tasty, my family always asks, “Is this a Mel?” and we have a little laugh, as my response is always YES!! I made this last year with much success and accolades…I made one with cinnamon and cayenne pepper (Mayan) and was totally delish…but the cinnamon didn’t stay “mixed” as it sat. Will it make much of a difference if I use regular unsweetened cocoa powder or do I need to use dutch process? I’m giving this as gifts to my colleagues. This sounds so delicious, Melanie! Yay - no additives! In a large mixing bowl, whisk together all ingredients. Instructions. I’d probably try a blender rather than leaving them whole. Then I added a splash of milk and it came out frothy, creamy and oh so chocolately – just the way I like it!! Take a large mason jar, and add 4 cups of cold milk. Ok, I think I got it. I just made it and found it very flavorful… suggestion….make sure you use white chocolate chips (not vanilla chips). but maybe Santa (er, my husband) will take the hint and bring it for Christmas. Thanks for stopping by, Leslie . I’m not sure adding more dry milk is the answer (I’m afraid it would overpower the taste of the chocolate). Then I add in the rest of the milk (which helps to cool it down) and add a tiny splash of vanilla and xanthan gum. No worries though, innovative pinners and bloggers before us have already found a solution to this. The way my family goes through hot chocolate in the winter, we’re definitely trying this mix. I haven’t tried that brand, but you can definitely try! I’ve made mine as listed but add is 50/50 with water and it’s the best! It is now my go-to spot for recipes. Just want to make sure I buy enough at the store. I have the powdered milk from the cannery. It keeps a long time in an airtight contrainer. I! Definitely a keeper!!! Am anxious to try this mix, since we have hit the frigid winter here in Chicagoland! I’m thinking of making some of this as gifts and putting it into Archer Farms glass containers (like the Starbucks one, but Target’s brand)… I was wondering if you know the measurement of how much this makes? Can’t wait to make this! This just saved me! I was in dire need of a glass chocolate milk and no Quik in the house. Also I’m going to be making some tags if you would like to add it as a printable I’ll gladly send it to you. Transfer the toasted and cooled milk powder to an airtight plastic container and add the sugar, cocoa powder, cornstarch, fine salt, and cayenne, if using. Bree – that’s not a dumb question at all! I want to try this next time. Hi Fran. I’ve tried making homemade hot chocolate mix several times but have been seriously underwhelmed. Glad you enjoyed it & love the innovation Thanks for stopping by! We always keep a bag of this in our pantry and make it with milk or water. But for one glass i did 1 scoop of unsweetened coco powder an 1scoop of suhar 1cup mixed into 1cup of warm water an slowly pour an mixed into milk it was great thankyou for the recipe! Its just white chocolate with flavoring. One of my kids has been talking about wanting to give hot cocoa as a mix and this is an ideal solution! If using powdered sugar, am I right in assuming the amount would be the same? Stir to combine. I’ve never heard of adding white chocolate – how intriguing! How much  would you add for for a subtle malt taste? Just wanted to know how long it keeps? Jillee’s Family’s Favorite Semi-Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix. I live in Idaho with my husband, 5 kids, and selection of weird farm animals. Here is my (possibly dumb) question: do I only put the white chocolate chips in the blender, pulse til they are fine and then add them to all the powdered ingredients and mix well. Also my Mom-in-law says she puts in a little instant coffee when she makes a cup so I bought a little jar of instant espresso I’m going to try! A little messy to make with all the powders, but so worth it! Stick to finely ground white sugar, baking sugar, for the best result. This healthy homemade sugar free hot chocolate mix is a quick and easy mix made with three easy ingredients! Everyone who had it raves about it being the best mix they have ever had. I actually used more of the majestic cocoa than the regular cocoa. Your recipe seems to be quite similar and just the right portion! It sounds reaaally good by the way. I frequently give this mix as neighbor/friend/co-worker gifts, and I always have a stash on hand in the pantry for my personal enjoyment. So, again, definitely not a resident expert on food. If you try it, I’d love to hear the amounts you use , Seriously, forget the stevia and go with Swerve. Pretty sure I almost killed my (cheap!) !try it out hope it solves all your problems, If you use powdered sugar instead of granular sugar you can skip the warm water part. I feel like I must have done something wrong – I did not love this recipe. I don’t want anything with milk or creamer. Does NIDO Instant Dry Whole Milk from Nestle work well for this recipe? Mel, your posts are so fun to read! , That’s a bit rude … almost every recipe on the internet has some type of beginning to it then the recipe itself. For my second batch, I used 3 cups of Anthony’s confectioners erythritol instead of 2 cups confectioners sugar and it was every bit as amazing as the original batch. But that’s only my hypothesis since I want to make choco bombs as well as christmas gifts. I’m wondering if the quantity needs to be adjusted for this type of powdered milk. The white chocolate helps with the creaminess factor (and a bit of sweetness) so I think adding dark chocolate would amp up the chocolate flavor but lessen the creaminess. Add the chocolate chips, cocoa powder, and the vanilla beans (split the bean in half and scrap out the tiny … Thanks for another wonderful recipe!! Rebecca – the purpose of a food processor (or blender) is to really grind up the white chocolate into a powder. Non-fat milk powder is a rarity in the third world, where calories are harder to come by, but here in the US we are used to non-fat milk powder. Hope that helps! I also put a few drops of vanilla into the powder, mixed everything together and then put it through a blender until it was very fine with no lumps. It really depends on the brand of milk powder you use; but I far prefer the whole milk version (creamier and better flavor). This is the best hot chocolate ever! Also, the powdered sugar shouldn’t be 1:1, as it’s sweeter than regular sugar. I didn’t even bother to put the white chocolate chips in the food processor and they still melted in my hot cocoa. « How to Sweeten Under Ripe or Sour Strawberries, Chewy Peanut Butter Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie Bites – No Bake ». Thanks for sharing – SO glad I found this recipe! I’m not a white chocolate fan, either, Jamie – but it adds a delicious creaminess to this mix. This is a dangerous recipe for me to have learned…it’s delicious! So I’m excited to try this one. I love this stuff so much and literally feel a little crazy every time I run out…. Would a regular white chocolate bar, such as Lindt, work? I think I’ll try using water, less mix and a splash of milk next time. I put mine in the blender and it took care of that problem . Working in 2-3 batches, pulse the ingredients … Dry milk powder is what makes homemade hot chocolate creamy and flavorful. This homemade hot cocoa mix is deliciously creamy and chocolately with simply using water. Place ingredients in a pint-sized jar and shake well. Fabulous idea, Jeff! Homemade Healthier Hot Chocolate Mix Yum. You could definitely play around with the type of cocoa. Does this have a strong dark chocolate taste? Made this last week and it is fantastic! Please can you tell me roughly how long this would last if I made it and stored it in a jar with the lid on? Thanks for the recipe! So it makes less in the end, but less sugar is always a good thing! I also sifted the ingredients as well. I had purchased a lot of powder milk, organic cocoa and organic powdered sugar for another recipe but I didn’t like it so I thought I would try this recipe and was pleasantly surprised! Thank you for sharing this! Is there a reason I have to use powdered sugar tho? Just saying that powdered sugar did not resolve that issue for me. It was kept in a ziploc bag inside a canister. Question: Have you experimented with any additions to make, for instance, Mexican hot chocolate (with a chili kick)? What weren’t you happy with? Veronica – I haven’t tried it with water. In a large bowl, combine sugar, cocoa, and salt, and whisk to combine well. How much would you suggest? I don’t have milk powder in the country where I live. I always buy a box of hot chocolate mix this time of year & enjoy my few cups, but am not the expert or the lover of it like you. Nesquik also has a touch of cinnamon. We like ours dark, salted, and lightly sweet. I just tried this and really like the flavor. Mel to the rescue once again! I’m sad I already gave out all my teacher and neighbor gifts, this would have been a great one. Yay! Love it! Delicious! Put cover on mason jar and shake well. Thanks,Mel! I have never used a concentrated powdered milk so I am not sure how to use it with this recipe. This will go very well with homemade sweets I distribute at Christmas. I used Nestle Nido – powdered whole milk from Amazon, and a mixture of Dutch process and Hershey’s cocoa powder, and chopped up white chocolate chips. Can you use hot water instead of hot milk? I have never commented before, but…wow! I was wondering if you’ve posted a label printable somewhere before I try to be crafty on my own. I saw your recipe. Kelli – did you use natural cocoa powder or Dutch-process? In a large bowl, sift the confectioner’s sugar, then the unsweetened cocoa, to get rid of any lumps. Wonderful! And I just have to say on a random note- I am so excited to find out what this next little baby will be. I can’t actually remember if I added both cups of sugar, though I feel like I would definitely notice if I didn’t. To make hot cocoa, put 1/3 cup of the cocoa mix in a mug and stir in 1 cup of hot milk or almond milk (water works ok but the hot chocolate isn't as creamy or flavorful). Cute way you can package this as well- clear disposable pastry bags filled with hot cocoa mix, topped with micro-mini marshmallows use a twist tie to secure the pastry bag and tie with a red ribbon- great package topper and looks like a Sundae Cone. Your post is a good reminder to make it again. Another fabulous recipe! Your email address will not be published. Divvied by 20 servings, 3.20 oz per serving. I love your recipes and have several favorites I use on a regular basis (hello Sweet & Sour Chicken!!! Forgot to mention I omitted the white choc as I didn’t have any. I just made this chocolate milk a few minutes ago I use the Coco and I use Splenda instead of sugar put it in the blender and it tastes fantastic the only thing I did different was instead of 2/3 of cocoa I used three fourths a cup so what have more chocolate taste it is really good. We experimented with both water and milk and deemed water just as lovely for the younger girls to enjoy. I LOVE all of your recipes, you are my go to when I am menu planning each week. :). I had to make it with water since I used last of milk Thanks so much for stopping by . I have made this for the last two years and have enjoyed it exactly written in the recipe, however if you want to try some really spectacular; add 1 1/4 cup of the Andes Creme De Menthe bits into the food processor! I’m never sure if the powdered milk in recipes are refering to the instant variety or the non-instant–you know, the kind that you have to make in a blender so the particles don’t clump! I’m honestly not sure. Having me a cup right now! Love the use of white chocolate. I am going to try this for sure! What a great idea! Kinda wish I had made the full recipe now… lol. This is awesome! That’s a great question, but the times I’ve made it with water, it hasn’t been as rich and creamy. I’ve made it several times now. This is fabulous. Rebecca – do you have a blender that could do the job? My husband just asked me to make more as winter is setting in,. Hi! Your email address will not be published. Can’t wait to try it. I mix it thoroughly and put it in the fridge for a few hours. This is the best hot chocolate I have ever had. I used non fat dry milk along with Hershey white chocolate chips. I tried giving this 5 stars but it wouldn’t let me. I suspect the grated white chocolate is what sets it apart. Adding nondairy creamer acts as an emulsifier and should combine the cocoa powder into the milk. I found your mix via Pinterest and just made a batch. Going to make some for Christmas gifts and want to make them sooner rather than later but don’t want it to be done too early and not taste good!! But it works here, because when finely ground with the other ingredients, it adds a fantastic creaminess to the hot chocolate. Has anyone used this in a hot chocolate bomb? Divine! I plan to seal them in Ball jars and need to know when they could possibly deteriorate. Before I saw your recipe I was just going to put some of my pure cane sugar into my small coffee grinder and powder it that way but is there a different reason for it? I posted this homemade hot chocolate mix recipe way back in 2011, and it continues to be a seasonal favorite still! Store the dry mix in an airtight container for up to 3 months. For me, less than a minute was sufficient. Heat over medium heat, occasionally whisking or stirring (making … Any way to keep this from happening!? Maybe that will help. And really, if you like it with less, then by all means, add 1/4 cup or less to each cup – then the mix will last even longer! I made my mother’s recipe and it was so expensive that I decided we’d just buy the canned mix when it went on sale; but looking at this recipe, I have all the ingredients on hand so I am going to try it. Tried with milk and was absolutely delicious! I used dark chocolate chips, and powdered 1/2 tsp salt before adding it to the mix. It should be ok…you can stir in a tiny bit of salt after the mix is made. This is absolutely AWESOME! Your email address will not be published. Honestly I love baking and I honestly do not need all the unhealthy treats I love, so I went with making my favorite cold weather drink. Look for alkalized cocoa; that dissolves better in liquids. Is there something I can add to tone down the bitterness a bit? I’d probably use 1 to 1 1/2 cups?? I’m pretty sure my daughter probably mentioned to me a few weeks ago that we were out of Nes-Quick. Thanks for sharing! Thank you! I might grate the white chocolate bars next time.Thanks for a great recipe! I can’t wait to try with milk. Thank you so much! I’ve also used the mix from Thrive ( and it’s pretty tasty. I tweaked the recipe from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe and it was absolutely perfect. Glad to hear! Tried to rate this a 5 star but only let me give 3 stars. YOU GO GIRL!!!! And mixed in warm milk for my cup. This recipe was perfect! Thanks! Thanks Amanda and yes, Goodbye Nesquick! We go through a LOT of hot chocolate mix here but we add it to coffee for what I call Focha, or cheap Mocha. I love that it is in bulk so its easy to make it whatever strength you like. Made with just 3 ingredients you probably already have. I also added about 1 1/2ish cups of non dairy cramer as I love my hot choc nice and creamy. I tried this when we had quiet a bit of milk that was close to expiring and using a little hot water to make it a liquid and adding some vanilla made it a huge hit with my whole family! Thanks for the idea…also giving some away in a White Elephant gift exchange this week . I just found your website through Pinterest and I am in LOVE! Awesome! Thanks for sharing. How long do you think this stays good for after you make it? I will be making this one for sure! Hi Peter! I threw in a small amount of vanilla extract, really just because I put it in everything. So glad you liked it! I made it and immediately jarred a gift for my neighbor! How much of a difference in flavor is there between whole milk and nonfat milk versions of this recipe? Honestly, I’m not sure. I far prefer this when the white chocolate is finely ground, but that’s just me. I will definitely try this very, very soon. If you use Dutch-process cocoa, it will have a richer, darker flavor. Thanks! After reading nesquik is not gmo free, I’m on a mission to make my own for my toddler! So glad you love it! I guess if you want to get fancy you could blend the mixture together in a blender or by use of a mixer before pouring it into the container. Update: I made this with both water and milk, and each was delicious, still a little too sweet, so I will be cutting back on the sugar for the next batch. Often I just read the recipes for fun (great writing! Oh, and, I’m excited to have a good use for all of this nonfat dry milk powder sitting around my kitchen! Or just add it to my coffee!!!! PERFECTION. How long is it good for if I made a big batch? Top with whipped cream or miniature marshmallows, if desired. Usually someone else would eventually complain, reminding me to pick some up, but this time I was the one craving chocolate milk. It simply melted into my heated milk, no powder lumps to mash against the cup! Could I substitute that for baby formula powder? Hi Alyssia. Over the years, I’ve played around with different types of cocoa powder, and I’ve made notes below in the recipe. Chocolate mint? So glad to hear you love it, Kathryn! I knew you’d have the perfect recipe. When you are ready for a cup of hot chocolate, here is what you’ll do: In a small saucepan, whisk 2 1/2 Tablespoons of Hot Chocolate Mix with 1 cup of milk. Thanks for stopping by , Yay! Winc Winery & Wine Club $22 OFF + FREE Shipping, Chocolate Avocado Cake With Chocolate Avocado Buttercream Frosting. It came out great. I now have my recipe for gifts this year. I’ve tried other cocoa mixes and often end up with clumps when I add water, have you noticed any problems in that regard? I would love to make this hot chocolate for neighbor gifts this year! Hope this helps . Thanks! I made a cup with skim milk and it was awesome. I’ve always favored the powdered mixtures. I’m adding this to my freezer cooking class recipes! 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