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Hot and Cold Cocoa

Make hot or frozen cocoa to enjoy in hot or cold weather!

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Participant Age: Under 7, 7 to 12
Approximate Cost: Under $10
Duration: 1 to 60 minutes
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Physical Challenge:
  • 6 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
  • 2 ½ cups light cream
  • 2 ½ cups milk
  • Pinch of salt
  • 6 tablespoons sugar
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla
Combine Dry Ingredients

Combine the cocoa, sugar and salt.

Stir In Milk and Heat

Stir in milk and heat until the ingredients are all dissolved.

Add Remaining Ingredients

Add cream, cinnamon and vanilla. Mix well.

For Hot Cocoa

Heat until warm. Do not boil. Pour into your child's favorite cup and make sure it is cool enough for him/her to sip.


For Frozen Cocoa
  • Pour hot chocolate into a sealable container.
  • Freeze for about 5 hours. You may freeze the mixture and scoop it out like ice cream or place it into individual popsicle containers or an ice cube tray.
  • When using the ice cube tray, freeze the mixture about half way and then add a popsicle stick to each for mini popsicle treats. Tip: When using the ice cube tray, freeze the mixture about half way and then add a popsicle stick to each for mini popsicle treats.)

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