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I made this one for the RECIPE GROUP here's my review... I can't believe I'm saying this but this recipe was WAY too sweet AND didn't have enough coffee flavor to me... I could barely get through my whole glass... something HAS to change. Probably won't make it again but thanks anyway!:)
Refreshing and a lot less expensive than the coffee or ice cream shops. Can also use chocolate ice cream and/or chocolate syrup instead of the cocoa mix. Add in your own "extras" like chocolate chips, etc. Personal taste preferences make this recipe very versatile.
I made this for Recipe Group (a week late). Since I am on Weight Watchers and did not want to sabotage my 20 lb. loss I used all sugar free/fat free ingredients I could: 1 envelope Nestle No Sugar Added Hot Cocoa Mix skim milk and Breyer's Smooth and Dreamy Fat Free Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream. Then I split this with my husband making this 180 calories 0 fat and 4.5 grams of fiber = 3 WW points per serving. I liked it although it probably could have used the other packet of hot cocoa mix to make it more chocolatey. I will definitely make this again.
At 700 calories I couldn't bring myself to try this but my very slender DD said she would be my tester. She found it cloyingly sweet lacking in coffee flavor and much too thick. We played around and came up with a pretty good alternative: 1 packet Hot Choc. mix 1/2 c 1 per cent milk 3/4 c Vanilla frozen yogurt 1 tbs instant coffee granules. We whirled that in the blender with some crushed ice and it was more to our taste.
I edited this to reflect a low-sugar lower calorie "way of life". This was actually my first real "sweet" treat in almost two weeks. I used two packets SF hot chocolate FF milk and 1/2 c. fat free vanilla frozen yogurt and I split this with my older boy. This was good even with my changes. I felt less guilty with my changes. I think I'd cut back on the ice next time and only use one packet of cocoa mix. I think maybe using two packets of instant coffee granules (I actually found a box of those individual packets at Grocery Outlet and each packet makes one cup of coffee. New one on me. Obviously.) and one packet of hot cocoa mix to get more of a mocha flavor. You really need to blend the heck out of this to get the hot cocoa and coffee granules to fully dissolve.
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