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Hot Chocolate Mix with Goat Milk Powder

Creamy and delicious hot chocolate mix with goat milk powder. Just add hot water and stir for a rich and chocolaty treat!

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

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.

Hot Chocolate Mix

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 goat milk powder, so when we are out running around, I can make my girl’s a cup of hot chocolate anywhere.

I keep some of this gluten-free hot chocolate mix 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).  

If you have homemade marshmallows on hand, they make this dairy-free hot chocolate extra decadent. Even strawberry marshmallows are a fun addition! 

Goat Milk Powder

Most grocery stores carry goat milk powder, though you certainly find it online, too, at places like Amazon, Vitacost, or Nuts.com.

At our local stores, you can generally find goat milk powder in the “natural” section, though it might also be in the baking section. Just depends on the store. 

Isn’t Goat Milk Dairy?

Yes, goat milk is still considered a dairy product, but the proteins and lactose are different from cow’s milk. So many people who have issues with cow’s milk can actually tolerate goat’s milk. 

Hot Chocolate Mix with Goat Milk Powder

Hot Chocolate Mix with Goat Milk Powder

Yield: about 2 1/2 cups of mix
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Creamy and delicious hot chocolate mix with goat milk powder. Just add hot water and stir for a rich and chocolaty treat!

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.

*Did you make this hot chocolate mix? Please give it a star rating and leave an honest review below! 

Don’t forget to snap a pic and tag me on Instagram @allergyfreeak and #allergyfreealaska with your dairy-free hot chocolate pics!

 

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