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Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat Milk

Whenever we are out and about running errands, I’ll often swing by a coffee shop to grab my staple – a piping hot black Americano. I absolutely love my coffee, but I get so sad when it’s freezing out (sub-zero temps are often the norm up here in the winter) and the girls can’t enjoy something warm to drink and wrap their little cold hands around, too. Coffee shops don’t normally cater to gluten-free, {cow’s milk} dairy-free and soy-free patrons. I created this Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat Milk, so when we are out running around, I can make my girl’s a cup of hot chocolate anywhere; I keep some of it in my purse. I only need a cup,  hot water, and a stirring stick to make it, which all coffee shops are happy to provide (with or without a small fee).  😉  

This mix would also be a lovely Christmas gift for the cow’s milk dairy-free individual in your life. Can you believe there’s only 8 more Fridays left until Christmas?! Crazy! Have you already started your Christmas shopping? 

All my love,
Megan 

Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat's Milk - Allergy Free Alaska

Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat Milk | Allergy Free Alaska 

Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat Milk

Hot Chocolate Mix with Powdered Goat Milk

Yield: about 2 1/2 cups of mix

Ingredients

Instructions

To make the hot chocolate mix:

  1. Place a large mesh strainer (I use the largest one in this collection) over a medium sized mixing bowl and sift together all of the ingredients until only lumps remain. Use the back of a spoon to break up the lumps and push them through the mesh strainer. Store in an airtight container.

To make a cup of hot chocolate:

  1. Place 5-7 tablespoons of powdered hot chocolate mix into an 8 oz. mug. Fill the mug up with hot water. Stir and top with Fluffy Corn-Free Marshmallows with Coconut Sugar.

Notes

Goat's milk isn't for everyone. If you don't enjoy goat's milk, you will not like this mix.

For an even richer cup of hot chocolate, combine this mix with your favorite dairy-free milk, instead of water.

This post is linked to Savoring Saturdays, Saturday Night FeverGluten Free Wednesday, Create It Thursday, Gluten Free Friday and Foodie Friday. 

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Bridget

Monday 18th of January 2021

Thank you! We are going to attempt to make hot chocolate bombs for Valentine’s Day. I have the powered goats milk (he is allergic to cows milk and enjoys goats) and I purchased a safe hot coco powered mix (Swiss Miss). Do you have any tips for putting the goat’s milk over a safe chocolate (enjoy life) bomb? Thanks again!

Mēgan

Wednesday 20th of January 2021

Hi Bridget, You're very welcome, but I'm not sure I'm understanding your question? While I'm familiar with what hot chocolate bombs are, I've never had one or made them.

Mari

Wednesday 18th of November 2020

I used your recipe added to heated almond milk. I only added about 2 tablespoons. I thought it tasted like regular hot cocoa! Thank you!

Mēgan

Tuesday 24th of November 2020

Wonderful - thanks for sharing that, Mari!

Colette

Saturday 7th of December 2019

My teen daughter gives this recipe 2 thumbs up and says it tastes “more real” than store bought mixes. She’s a goat milk girl all the way and gets severe acne and bloating when she “cheats” with cow products and don’t even consider giving her store bought milk! She was so happy that I found a way to allow her to enjoy a favorite treat with her siblings without regrets later. Thank you SO much from an Alaska girl in the Pacific NW! I look forward to exploring your site and other recipes!

Mēgan

Sunday 19th of April 2020

So happy she enjoyed it!

Theresa Lynn

Tuesday 7th of March 2017

Do you know what the shelf life of this would be?

Megan

Monday 20th of March 2017

Well, I've had mine in my cupboard for nearly a year and I'd still use it.... I think it would depend on when the powdered goat milk expired.

Raia

Friday 31st of October 2014

Hmm... I love goats milk, but I've never had it powdered.