delicious hot chocolate, but obviously not as easy as the packets. nice to be able to use 'basic' ingredients to make it - and it tastes better than the packets! I didn't whip up much of a froth but it still tasted yummy.
Our hot cocoa is rich and chocolaty without the overly sweet taste of some packaged mixes. We give it a luxurious froth with a whisk or blender—or use a cappuccino frother if you have one.
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I still recommend good old Ovaltine. I love it hold or cold, plus it's much easier than measuring out 3 or 4 separate ingredients for a simple mug of hot/cold chocolate. With Ovaltine, I can approximate the quantity of mix and easily adjust it if I'm not happy with the initial taste. Plus, I've also found it to be richer in both flavor and texture than I can create at home easily. It's great with both soy milk and regular milk, too! Lastly, don't forget all those extra minerals and vitamins that Ovaltine adds - making your hot chocolate or chocolate milk that much better for you. I just wish they hadn't changed their packaging - the new container looks strange.
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