How can I make Large bunches of hot coco to sell? ASAP!?

Im having a garage sale and I want to sell hot chocolate. I dont want to be going IN and OUT of the house preparing the hot coco. please help! Its on saturday so please answer ASAP!

5 thoughts on “How can I make Large bunches of hot coco to sell? ASAP!?

  1. Get a big tin of hot choc mix at Wal-mart or what ever grocery store you use.

    Then keep it in a large coffee pot (think the bbig metal ones) if you don’t have one then ask around with your friends and see if they have one you could use.

    Or even a big drink cooler will keep it warm. It is insulated and most people think of keeping cold stuff in there but you can use it for just plain old hot water for people to mix thier own, or keep the hot choc nice and warm.

    * 6 1/2 cups powdered milk
    * 1 (5 ounce) package non-instant chocolate pudding mix
    * 1 cup powdered chocolate drink mix
    * 1/2 cup powdered non-dairy creamer
    * 1/2 cup confectioners’ sugar
    * 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    In a large bowl, combine powdered milk, chocolate pudding mix, chocolate drink mix powder, creamer, confectioners’ sugar, and cocoa. Divide the mixture between two 1 quart jars. Seal, and decorate as desired. These can be stored in a dry area for up to 3 months.
    Dissolve 1/3 cup cocoa mix in 1 cup boiling water.

    Hopefully you have a coffee pot you can brew hot water in and plug it in so you can have hot water handy

  3. ~HOT CHOCOLATE~…For 20
    2/3 c. cocoa
    3/4 c. sugar
    1/2 t. salt
    1 c. water
    3 quarts scalded milk
    1 t. vanilla
    1 c. cream, whipped

    1. Mix cocoa, sugar, salt, and water.
    2. Add to the scalded milk and beat with a rotary or wire whip.
    3. Return to heat and bring to a boil.
    4. Remove; add vanilla and pour into warm cups.
    5. Put a t. of whipped cream on top. (Optional in this case.)
    6. A touch of cinnamon in the cream if you like.
    NOTE: Scalded milk is milk heated almost to boiling point.
    To Scald Milk: Place milk in a heavy-bottomed pan on low heat. Stir occasionally until milk is just hot with steam and small bubbles appear around the edges. DO NOT BOIL. Remove from heat and use as directed in recipes.

    If you’ve got a hot plate put temp. on low/medium-low, put the pan w/lid on it to keep it warm in your garage. You’ll need styrofoam cups, a ladle and marshmallows for those who want one.

    Make a 2nd or 3rd batch to have in your kitchen to replace the 1st batch when it is gone.

    You can always borrow or buy a hot plate. They are not that expensive.

    I think you idea is brilliant! Good Luck & Have a great Garage Sale!

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