Medifast recipe for Lumpy Hot Cocoa?

Want the Latest Medifast Coupons Every Month?

Enter your email address below and we'll send you the latest coupon codes to save on Medifast every month. We'll even give a lucky person a month supply of free food.

Can someone help with a recipe for the hot cocoa?.

How do you make yours so it is smooth like regular hot cocoa and not lumpy?.

I followed the instructions exactly and mixed, mixed, mixed...but still lumps in my cocoa!.

Does everyone put it in cookies?.


Comments (12)

I make all of the hot drinks the same way.... measure the water into a shaker jar, add the powder, then shake like crazy. Once it is mixed, pour it into a mug and heat in the microwave for 1 minute. It comes out exactly like you're having Swiss Miss...

Comment #1

I use a blender to make all my drinks smooth!.

It really works well!!.


Comment #2

I agree. I have got all the foods down except the cocoa. If I use the shaker jar, it gets too airy and then boils all over the microwave. If I mix with cold water first and then microwave 30 sec, stir and repeat, it's thick and yucky. I can't remember if I have tried making it with boiling water after making into a paste, but so far my cocoa has been a flop. And I love hot chocolate - by the way, I know a great place in Paris where the hot chocolate is to die for - probaably a weeks worth of calories. Oh well, I guess I'll keep trying...

Comment #3

I make my drinks/cream soups into a paste. Stir to get the lumps out then gradually add more hot water...

Comment #4

I add just a little bit of cold water to the Hot Cocoa (Cappuccino and Chai Latte, too), just enough to make a watery paste and stir well. Then add hot water and stir until smooth. Very easy and nothing required but a spoon and cup!..

Comment #5

I mix it with a little cold water in a shaker jar, then I add it to a cup of coffee in my commuter mug. Tastes like a mocha and is smooth.... yum!..

Comment #6

I use my handheld Braun stick mixer for the hot chocolate, and also the cream of broccoli and cream of chicken...

Comment #7

I would recommend using a mug for the hot products. The shaker jar is not designed for hot products. I find it beneficial to mix the hot drinks with cold water first to completely mix it and then heat it...

Comment #8

I bought a hand immersion blender from Walmart ($9), and I use that to get rid of the lumps. I pour 4 oz cold water into the shaker jar, add the packet of hot cocoa, and blend it for 90 seconds. I add water so that it is 6 oz total, then pour it into a mug, and nuke it for 90 seconds. It is completely smooth and frothy when it's done!..

Comment #9

This is what I do too and it works great!..

Comment #10

I use a bit more water than recommended for both the cocoa and the chai but I can't get rid of the lumps either. Luckily, they're chocolate lumps. So, they don't bother me as much as the ones in the soups did...

Comment #11

Thank you all for your suggestions!.

Still, it will probably be a while before I try the hot cocoa again!..

Comment #12

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


Categories: Home | Medifast Wiki - Jan 2011 | Medifast Wiki - Dec 2010 | Medifast Wiki - Sep 2010 |

Medifast Wiki - Aug 2010 | Medifast Wiki - June 2010 | Medifast Wiki - May 2010 |


(C) Copyright 2010 All rights reserved.