I really want to try this looks so good. 🙂
Brrrr, it’s snowy, the temperature outside is in the single digits, and I’m cocooning until the weather improves. Then I remembered seeing a recipe for Cocoa in a hundred-year-old home economics textbook, and knew it was the perfect time to try it.
The Cocoa only took a few minutes to make – and soon I was relaxing with a steamy cup of rich and creamy Cocoa. There was no comparison to the modern pre-mixed cocoa products. The Cocoa made using old recipe was better . . . much, much better.
Here are the old directions for making Cocoa:
Source: Foods and Household Management: A Textbook of the Household Arts by Helen Kinne and Anna M. Cooley (1915)
Here is the recipe updated for modern cooks:
When I made this recipe, I looked at the Cocoa recipe on the can of cocoa. The recipe on the can called for more sugar…
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