The Cheepest "Rich" Hot Coco

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Introduction: The Cheepest "Rich" Hot Coco

this is how to make cheep hot coco that tastes exspensive!

All you need is:
a microwave safe two cup mug or...ummmmmmmmmmmm...cup.
a microwave(Der!)
pre-made store bought chocolate milk (non-name brand)
chocolate nesquik
a spoon

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Step 1: Pour the Milk

the name practicaly gives it away, but just in case you didn't know, pour two cups of milk.

Step 2: Add the Nesquik

again, it kinda' gives it away, but then again, 3 whompin' heepin' teaspoons of nesquik.(just in case you don't know what " whompin' heepin' " is I showed a grapical image of it.)

if you cain't get whompin' heepin', then 4 regular teaspoons will do.

stir it up.

same pic, just that it shows both the milk and the whompin' heepin' teaspoon. I couldn't get mine as whompin' as last time.

Step 3: Zap It!

microwave on high 1 minute 30 seconds to 1 minute 45 seconds.
stir and check the tempature.
if it's not hot enough for your tastes, microwave in 15 to 30 second intervals.

Step 4: Just Updated...

finaly, pics!
here's smore pics! nice chocolate moustash eh?

commmmmMMMMMMMMMMMMMing soon:
bi-axis jacobs ladder!

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    admin
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    12 years ago

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    falcotheimpaler

    Used to make this as a kid. only I added 2 Whompin' Heapin' spoonfuls of sugar, called it the diabetes shake

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    digitaltripper

    Whompin Heapin...gotta love it. I think all chocolate dishes need Whompin Heapin amounts of the same. WOO HOO

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    jespo0o
    jespo0o

    11 years ago on Introduction

    that's like the opposite of slimfast. you almost gain a pound as you drink it. but it's damn tasty.