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Old 12-03-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Hot Chocolate Question

I need to make a lot of hot chocolate for an upcoming church event. Due to the anticipated number of cups we will need we decided to pre-make the hot chocolate in a 100 cup urn. Individual packets or scooping out of a canister would be a nightmare for a lot of reasons. Has anyone out there ever made hot chocolate in this way? We were thinking of bringing the water to a boil in the urn and then putting in the hot chocolate mix (probably Swiss Miss), any ideas re: measurements? We plan to offer mini marshmallows and whole milk to "fortify" the hot chocolate. Any help would be appreciated!
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I need to make a lot of hot chocolate for an upcoming church event. Due to the anticipated number of cups we will need we decided to pre-make the hot chocolate in a 100 cup urn. Individual packets or scooping out of a canister would be a nightmare for a lot of reasons. Has anyone out there ever made hot chocolate in this way? We were thinking of bringing the water to a boil in the urn and then putting in the hot chocolate mix (probably Swiss Miss), any ideas re: measurements? We plan to offer mini marshmallows and whole milk to "fortify" the hot chocolate. Any help would be appreciated!
We do this for an event at the Fire House. We will heat the water on the stove and then mix the hot chocolate in the container we are serving it from. This is usually one of those plastic thermal things with the spicket toward the bottom. We also add in some half and half just to make it a little creamier.

We have mini marshmallows, candy canes and milk off to the side.
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