I can't stand the stuff hot, but I do like the Medifast cocoa made into a shake with lots of ice and a drop of peppermint extract. Or, skip the peppermint and use cold coffee in place of water for a yummy mocha shake!..
This is really good. After the first one though I just made the hot cocoa portion and ate as cookies.
Ice Cream Sandwich.
1 Vanilla Pudding.
Vanilla extract (optional in pudding).
1 Hot Cocoa.
2 tbsp egg beaters + ~1 tbsp water (or 3 tbsp water).
1/8 tsp baking powder.
Mix pudding as directed. Put in freezer to firm up. You want it so it doesn't 'ooze' but isn't totally rock hard (appx 2 hrs in my freezer).
Mix Hot Cocoa, baking powder, egg beaters + water (or water alone if you prefer)..
Flatten on a cookie sheet lined with non-stick foil (or coated with non-stick spray). Push it flat (~1/4 inch) and form in a rectangle as best possible..
Bake at 350 degrees for 7-11 mins (depending on oven) until cooked. Let cool to room temp..
Cut Cocoa shake cake in two. Place 1/2 in middle of wax paper sheet.
Put all pudding on top of the 1/2 Cocoa shake.
Put other Cocoa shake cake 1/2 on top and press lightly. Wrap in wax paper and put back in the freezer until solid...
My fave is 1 cocoa packet, 6 ounces water, 1 Tbsp Kahlua syrup, 4 ice cubes, blended in Bullet till smooth...
Add 2T water and 1T your favorite sf syrup to the hot cocoa powder and stir to make a stiff paste. If you have a snack left add 1/2 to 1 T peanut butter. Drop in little balls (marble size or slightly larger) on wax paper on a plate and freeze for an hour or so. Very good!.
I also make iced mochas from hot cocoa by making them with coffee, adding a flavor like cinnamon or caramel syrup, ad pouring over ice...
There's a recipe somewhere for making these yummy, cold fudge-like drops out of the hot cocoa. I tried them and really enjoyed them. YUM!!..