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Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix

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Mix up a batch of this low carb chocolate milk powder and you'll love how easy it is to get a refreshing chocolaty drink! Sugar free and keto recipe.
Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix - sugar free recipe

 

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I've never been able to give up my sweet tooth in all my years of low carbing. When I was pregnant I craved chocolate milk – well at least I *think* I it was a pregnancy craving, but it may just have been a reaction to stopping low carbing, and that was the first thing that I wanted a LOT of. Yes, even before bread, pasta, and candy!

I don't often make chocolate milk because it is so difficult from a low carb point of view. But it occurred to me that if I made up a big batch of it, I might be way more likely to drink some. My recipe for the powder is simple: just two ingredients!

Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix - sugar free recipe

How to Make Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix

Add ½ cup of low carb sweetener (eg Lakanto or granular Swerve) and ¼ cup of unsweetened cocoa powder to a small screw-top or mason jar. Shake the jar until fully mixed and it is ready to go!

Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix - sugar free recipe

To make up the chocolate milk, mix two teaspoons of the powder with one cup of unsweetened almond milk. 2 teaspoons of this chocolate milk mix contains just 1g net carb. A cup of the almond milk doesn't contain any carbs – so this makes for a pretty low carb drink!

Two ways to make it: Shake it up or blend it. To shake, add everything to a cup or bottle with a lid, shake until mixed. To blend, add ingredients to a cup and use a stick immersion blender to mix it together. This is my favorite method as the result is smoother and better mixed.

As you can see I made a cute label for my chocolate mix jar – just to make sure no-one else in my house gets their hands on it!Homemade Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix - sugar free recipe

 

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Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix

Low Carb Chocolate Milk Mix

Yield: 24 Servings
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

Mix up a batch of this low carb chocolate milk powder and you'll love how easy it is to get a refreshing chocolaty drink! Sugar free and keto recipe.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add both ingredients to a screw-top or mason jar and shake to mix.
  2. Store until required.

Notes

1g net carb per serving of two teaspoons of powder.

To make the chocolate milk, mix 2 teaspoons of the powder with 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk. For best results, use a blender.

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Nutrition Information
Yield 24 Serving Size 2 teaspoons
Amount Per Serving Calories 2Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gCarbohydrates 1gNet Carbohydrates 1gFiber 0g
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Kate Matthews

Wednesday 7th of October 2020

Hi Georgina. I love this chocolate drink - so simple and easy to make. But I have a question. I use Erythritol sugar and cocoa but I find that 2 teaspoons doesn't make 24 servings. I use a proper tsp measure so not sure where things are going wrong. I have made up two lots of mixture and I think it will eventually make about 30 servings not 48. Not worried by this but wondered if you have any suggestions - ie perhaps not using proper measures etc. It won't however stop me drinking it! Thank you. Kate

Georgina

Wednesday 7th of October 2020

That is very strange. As it happens I ran out of my mix recently and had been planning to make some more. I shall report back!

MaLena

Monday 15th of April 2019

I am allergic to almonds and 2% has 12 carbs. Any other suggestions?

Georgina

Tuesday 16th of April 2019

Cashew milk or coconut milk? Just make sure that you look for unsweetened versions.

Bob Morse

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019

I've been making a similar mixture using sucralose instead of xylitol, but it froths up big-time when I shake it up with milk to mix it -- rather unpleasant. Is that also a problem with the xylitol version? And/or does anyone know of some benign anti-frothing agent that might be added to the mix?

Georgina

Wednesday 23rd of January 2019

You can see from my photos that there is a little froth from using the immersion blender - but not a crazy amount! No idea about an anti-frothing agent I'm afraid!

trisa Blask

Thursday 3rd of January 2019

I had pyure organic stevia would that work or the swerve both kinds the confectiors and grandulated one and I have stevia also. So would it be the same for them?trisa

Georgina

Thursday 3rd of January 2019

Xylitol is equal sweetness in volume to sugar, so granulated Swerve would be a great alternative!

Brianne

Sunday 5th of March 2017

Do you know if it would it be the same amount of Truvia? That's the only sweetener I use and actually like. Thanks!

Georgina

Monday 6th of March 2017

Yes I'm sure it would work fine. I think Truvia contains fewer carbs than Swerve, too - but check that before you make it!

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