cocoa-mocha, sugar free international coffee

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“This is an amalgamation of ideas from a recipe request I made for a coffee drink made with pudding. I used more powdered creamer and less powdered milk than most recipes. I LIKE powdered creamer. Some people may want to use more skim milk powder and lower the creamer content. This will add a little to the carb content, but it will add a touch of protein as well. (Boil water, pour into cup and add powder to taste.) This is a sugar free food, keep an eye on it though, sugar free nestle quick and creamer both have some calories in them. As long as you are not drinking ten cups a day it won't be a problem. This is great for diabetics. Most of those coffee drinks that are sugar free are nasty. This will need to be stirred after it has sat a moment in water. It is also great added TO a cup of coffee if you don't mind the caffein.”
16 oz

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Uses 2 large mixing bowls and blender.
  2. Take one cup of splenda and put in blender already running on High.
  3. Keep blender covered and do not breathe!
  4. Change to pulse and keep pulsing until sugar substitute is powdered.
  5. put splenda in large mixing bowl.
  6. Mix loosely together with rest of ingredients.
  7. after mixing loosely use mixing cup to place approximately one and one half cups of dry ingredients in blender at one time.
  8. vary between pulse and high, turning off and scraping sides of blender, until combined to a smooth light chocolate colored powder.
  9. (keep an eye on the blender so it doesn't overheat).
  10. Pour powder in clean mixing bowl and continue mixing dry ingredients in batches until done with all.
  11. Package in jars, ziplock bags, and original instant coffee container.

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