Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

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Peanut butter added to a hot cocoa recipe makes this beverage dessert worthy

Ingredients
  • 1 envelope (0.73 oz each) Swiss Miss® Milk Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix
  • 1 tablespoon Peter Pan® Creamy Peanut Butter
  • 3/4 cup hot (not boiling) water
  • Reddi-wip® Original Dairy Whipped Topping
  • Chocolate sprinkles, optional
 
Directions
  1. Place cocoa mix into a cup. Add peanut butter. Gradually stir hot water into mix until blended.
  2. Top with a serving of Reddi-wip. Add chocolate sprinkles, if desired.
Cook's Tips

For gluten free preparation, confirm all recipe ingredients are gluten free by reading product labels each time you make this recipe.

Cook's Tips

For gluten free preparation, confirm all recipe ingredients are gluten free by reading product labels each time you make this recipe.

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Nutrition Information
Calories: 209 View complete nutrition information
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Anonymous January 24, 2017

Taste soo good

stargirl January 24, 2016

This was very easy, yummy and satisfying.... the trick is to use very hot water, close to but not boiling, and stir it long enough so that the peanut butter all dissolves before you drink it.

potatopower December 30, 2015

very good, tastes even better with more potatoes, but make sure to take out the potato starch. it taste

The PeNUT December 11, 2015

This is Awesome, just perfection i wish there where more stars to rate it. :3

The PeNUT December 11, 2015

This is Awesome, just perfection i wish there where more stars to rate it. :3

Anonymous March 27, 2015

This is really good I made it on the stove with water instead of milk and I think I should have used milk but I previously made it in the micorvave and it was all chunky but the stove top made it not so bad but there are still little tiny specks of pb in it