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Terri Robb (LDS) was born in Ogden Utah in August 1966 and moved around all over the western United States due to her father’s forest ranger career. She is a great mother to three kids, two girls and one boy. She does not yet have any grandkids but is anxiously waiting for them. She is 51, and has been married to my father Stephen Robb for 32 years. She loves to cook and bake and there is no doubt that was a big reason they fell in love, his love for food and her love for baking were the perfect match. She has a knack for everything creative from decorating to her baking, to her excellent quilt making.
This recipe is delicious. We have a glass jar full of it year- round, it is super creamy and has great chocolate flavor. We like to eat it with toast and it may sound gross to some, but we dip the toast in the hot chocolate and it is the best thing ever. Everyone in the family loves it and makes it. Even our extended family on my mom’s side always has some. The recipe comes from my Granny Dickemores mom; however, she does not know where her mother got the recipe.
I love this hot chocolate recipe, I’ve had It my whole life and nothing compares to it. Its great any time of year. Its good with milk and hot water but way better with milk. I remember drinking it for breakfast all the time when I was younger, and I still do drink it a lot.
“Hot chocolate mix”
20 qt. Pkg. powdered milk
1 lg. 110 ml. bottle of creamara.
1 lg. Pkg. Nestles Quick
1 ½ lb. powdered sugar or (3 ½ C.)
½ t. Salt
1. Use 1/3 cup of dry mix per cup
2. Add hot water.
This recipe doesn’t take very long to make, and it makes a lot of mix, it lasts pretty much all year round for our family. We all love it for breakfast or just as a snack. My mom loves the hot chocolate and we don’t buy any other mixes because its just so much better than any other we have tried. It’s very sweet and creamy and nothing is better than this hot chocolate.
Dr. Lynne S. McNeill
Semester and year
Robb, Alexis, ""Hot chocolate mix"" (2017). USU Student Folklore Fieldwork. Paper 151.