20 Calorie Sugar Free Hot Cocoa Recipe
Cold winter mornings require a nice warm drink to help wake you up! 20 Calorie Sugar Free Hot Cocoa will satisfy your taste for chocolate and the need for a warm beverage. Make sure to check the list of add ins below! Add ins are perfect for a little extra kick but still maintain the lower calories you desire.
20 Calorie Sugar Free Hot Cocoa Recipe is ZERO (0) Weight Watchers points as is or 1 point if you add in marshmallows or other “add ins”.
This also makes a great easy blend to mix in powder form only! You can pour the powder into decorative jars, seal with pretty ribbon, and a hand stamped label with instructions to give for the upcoming holiday season. Regardless of what you choose, this 20-calorie sugar free hot cocoa is simple to make and sure to satisfy your need for something “sweet” on the cold winter days.
There is no reason to worry about wrecking your diet with this delicious 20 calorie sugar free hot cocoa recipe!
20 Calorie Sugar Free Hot Cocoa Recipe
- 1 Tablespoon Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
- 2 ½ Tablespoons Splenda Sugar Substitute
- 1/4 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract
- 1 Cup Boiling Water or Skim Milk milk will increase calories so make sure to account for that
- Mix together dry ingredients in mug and pour 1 cup water over mixing until well blended. Add vanilla extract and stir. Allow to cool and serve.
FUN LOW CALORIE ADD INS:
- Mini Marshmallows (not sugar free)
- Teaspoon Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup
- Teaspoon Sugar Free Caramel Syrup
- Mint Extract
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I love hot cocoa. I will have to try this recipe I am trying to watch calories and this looks really good
I love hot coco. The fewer calories the better! Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. I hope you will hop over and join us next week.
Our favorite cold morning beverage, thanks for sharing this. Thank you for linking up with us at #WWDParty – have a wonderful weekend!
I love hot chocolate…and I’m not a coffee drinker. 🙂
This looks like a great cup of Hot Cocoa that I would really enjoy! Thanks for helping us celebrate Three Years at Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
Another great recipe. What a great alternative to the regular cocoa. thx
You are welcome!
In what way does the taste differ when using water instead of milk? Is it a big difference? Looks very delicious might I add, thank you for posting!
It is really good with water. It would be a little creamier with milk.
I just made this, and it is pretty tasty. I added a splash of milk to add some creaminess. Thanks for the recipe!
This was pretty good! I have yet to find a homemade hot chocolate recipe that can compare to the taste of Hy-Vee’s No Sugar Added Hot Chocolate, but I loved how simple and low-calorie this recipe was.
This tastes great!!!
THIS IS SO MUCH SPLENDA. I CANNOT TAKE ALL THE SPLENDA
I think they are using baking splenda rather than the packets
I just made this using vanilla unsweetened Almond milk and added some sugar free chocolate syrup and whipped cream 😋. So good!!! So much better than the boxed hot chocolate and healthier!! ❤
It was delicious. My husband even liked it. I made mine with Fairlife reduced calorie milk which has only 6g of sugar and made my husbands with low fat milk. I want to make a big batch of it and put it in a jar. Do you know how much I would use in one cup of milk?