Thursday, January 22, 2009

Grocery Cart Challenge Recipe Swap

Gosh I love Friday. It just seems like it's time to relax and take a break. Here's one of our favorite cocoa recipes. We like hot cocoa A LOT!


2 tablespoons sugar

2 teaspoons baking cocoa

1 cup water

1/4 cup powdered milk

1/4 teaspoon vanilla


Mix it all in a mug and microwave until hot. For us that is one minute. Stir and enjoy.


Rules For Participating...

Please remember to link directly to your recipe post, not your homepage.

Please include a link in the body of your post back to the Grocery Cart Challenge otherwise YOUR LINK MAY BE DELETED. I hate doing that but that's how it works.

I can't wait to see what you've got cooking this week.

18 comments:

Kristen said...

I don't see Mr. Linky. Here is my link:
http://wiseanticsoflife.blogspot.com/2009/01/you-cant-get-much-cheaper-than-legumes.html

Julia@SometimesLucid said...

My recipe was actually made by my friends 12 year old daughter - wonderful and easy.

The Happy Housewife said...

Yum! Even though I don't like coffee, I love hot chocolate! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Saw you on the blogher page, congrats!
Toni

nan said...

This White Chicken Chili recipe is a winning chili cook-off recipe from a good friend of mine. It is now a family favorite. So easy, my 11 year old makes it!

$5 Dinner Mom said...

Very frugal cocoa! And I'll be paying attetion Monday :)

Anonymous said...

Yay! I hate store bought cocoa packets because they all have hydrogenated oil. We'll definitely try this one.

Anonymous said...

Where's Mr. Linky?

Mel said...

Thanks for the recipe swap. I love sharing recipes and trying new ones.

Elizabeth said...

Yummy - this sounds perfect for these cold winter evenings. A cup right before bed can also help you sleep better. Thanks for hosting the swap!

Mommy's Kitchen said...

Umm lots of good recipes. The chicken noodle soup and the freezer meals look really good. I cant wait to try them out.

Christine said...

Strawberry Smash Muffins

I just realized that this recipe, is actually a summer recipe when the crop is good. So with that... this is definitely one to keep in the books for a later date. Really yummy!

I haven't tried it with frozen strawberries. May work or it may make the dough stickier. But, if you try it... love to hear if it works. Enjoy!

Abigail's_Mommy said...

Yum! :)

The Halton Mom said...

I had to post my banana muffin/bread recipe. I love recipe exchanges. Thanks alot.
I love your blog!

zentmrs said...

I just posted my link for Coconut Pineapple Rice and am looking forward to checking out all of the other recipes here!

Tracey@Be A Wonder said...

Oh my word! My apologies for forgetting to link back to the GCC in my mad pre-coffee dash this morning to post a favorite Recipe for the Swap!!! It's been added!

Thanks, and I'm enjoying your blog so much!

RecipeGirl said...

I love the concept of your blog!

Hope you'll enter my Super Bowl Recipe contest... you can win a $250 gift card to Sam's Club!

Monkey Momma said...

Gayle, sorry about the double post. I'm still getting used to the Mr. Linky deal. Feel free to delete the first one. :-|

Anonymous said...

I've just discovered your blog and am reading earlier entries. Can you tell me re: the recipe for Fudge Frosted Peanut Butter Bars? I googled it but don't see the amount of chocolate chips listed. 1 cup? 2 cups? Thanks so much!