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Sweet’N Low Hot Chocolate

posted by Julie Evink on December 28, 2012

Sweet N Low Hot Chocolate


Blustery winter weather is definitely here. There is nothing that beats a big ol’ mug of hot chocolate on those days in my opinion. Throw in a few marshmallows and I’m a goner. Especially perfect after a day of sledding or playing outside.

When I was a kid I think the only reason I played outside was so I could come in and warm up with a big mug of Hot Chocolate. Honestly why didn’t I just make hot chocolate? Live and learn I guess!

When I was contacted to participate in DailyBuzz Food Tastemaker program with Sweet’N Low and to pick out or create a beverage recipe using Sweet’N Low I was all for it. Especially when I found their hot chocolate mix on their website. YUM-O!

If you are looking for a yummy hot chocolate with fewer calories this calling your name. After all who really wants to pack on the weight during the winter months? Not me! A cup of this is only 85 calories.

Sweet’N Low Hot Chocolate

  • 5 Packets Sweet’N Low® granulated sugar substitute
  • 1 Cup Powdered Milk
  • 2 Tablespoons Unsweetened Cocoa
  • 6 oz. Hot Water

Combine 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa, 1 cup powdered milk, and 5 packets Sweet’N Low in a small bowl; mix well.


Pour into an 8-ounce mason jar.

To prepare a cup, put 4 heaping teaspoons into a mug, add 6 oz. of hot water, and stir well.

*I was given Sweet’N Low for participation in this program plus a compensation. All opinions in this post are mine and always will be the honest ones!

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  • Chris @ Weekly Meal Plan

    A simple and nice recipe!

  • Veronica

    Very excited about this b/c I wanted to try making a mix with stevia and I think the stevia packets have the same sweetness as a packet of sweet & low so I might try it with your recipe! Thanks!

    • Julie

      Let me know how it turns out!

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