5 thoughts on “How can I use cocoa in chocolate milk?

  1. You need to make chocolate syrup first.

    2 1/2 cup sugar
    1 1/2 cups cocoa
    1 cups water
    2 tsp vanilla
    Combine sugar and cocoa in large saucepan. Gradually stir in water. Cook and stir over medium hear until mixture comes to a boil Reduce heat and boil gently 5 min; stir occasionally. Cool. Add vanilla. Cover and store in fridge. Makes about 3 1/2 cups. Easy to halve or quarter recipe.

    Put about 2 tbsp (or more to taste) in bottom of a glass and add cold milk for chocolate milk.

  2. it depends on your preferences, keep adding until it tastes good. I make chocoloate mile out of Hot cocoa packets by adding a little milk to a cup, heating it until hot enough to disolve the cocoa, stir and add more milk, it’s yummy!

  3. whatever tastes right to you, but I would try(for one glass full) half a tablespoon of cocoa, and two spoonfulls of sugar. Hope this helps!

  4. There are recipes on all cans of cocoa!! find the one for chocolate syrup. Make the syrup then add some of it to your milk. Store the rest in the fridge in a tightly covered jar.

  5. when I was little, that’s the only way my mother would make hot cocoa. with the hersheys cocoa and added sugar to taste.

  6. You need to make chocolate syrup first.

    2 1/2 cup sugar
    1 1/2 cups cocoa
    1 cups water
    2 tsp vanilla
    Combine sugar and cocoa in large saucepan. Gradually stir in water. Cook and stir over medium hear until mixture comes to a boil Reduce heat and boil gently 5 min; stir occasionally. Cool. Add vanilla. Cover and store in fridge. Makes about 3 1/2 cups. Easy to halve or quarter recipe.

    Put about 2 tbsp (or more to taste) in bottom of a glass and add cold milk for chocolate milk.

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