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Main Ingredient: Chocolate
|enough dry||milk; to make 10 pints|
|11 oz powdered||coffee; creamer|
|1 lb||Powdered sugar;|
|1||The following recipes and tips were in an article in the Food Day section of the Oregonian. They are from Marnie Swedberg, author of "Marnies Kitchen Shortcuts."|
|2||Combine dry milk, Nestles Quick, creamer and sugar. Store in sealed plastic container. To use: Add 1/3 to 1/2 cup of mix to 1 cup hot water.|
|4||* Store homemade mixes in airtight, moisture-proof containers or in resealable freezer bags. Swedberg prefers sour cream and cottage cheese containers; for large batches, she uses ice cream buckets and deli containers.|
|5||* Mixes containing shortening or bread crumbs will stay fresh for six months. Spice mixes will stay fresh longer, but tastes and aromas may decline with age. Freezing extends shelf life.|
|6||* An empty shoe box works well as a "filing cabinet" for plastic freezer bags filled with dry mixes.|
|7||* Label mixes as you prepare them. Include the name of the mix, date assembled and use instructions. Try self-adhesive labels or a small square of paper taped to the container.|
|8||* Assembly will go more quickly if you use two sets of measuring utensils: one for dry ingredients and the other for shortening.|
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