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Thread: YES, finally!!!!!!!! Tastes stacks better than Milo, low fat and organic!!!!!!!!

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    Default YES, finally!!!!!!!! Tastes stacks better than Milo, low fat and organic!!!!!!!!

    I have been trying all sorts of drinking chocolate and finally I have found one which not only compares to but ACES the taste of milo...... Abundant Earth Drinking Chocolate. I just scoffed two glasses of it with ice cold milk. I feel SICK! But a great sick You guys gotta try it!!!! Gonna be making this a permanent on the shopping list Got it from Coles.

    Organic Drinking Chocolate

    Decadently rich and smooth. Abundant Earth Organic Drinking Chocolate is blended in the European style with Dutch-process cocoa powder made from the finest organic cocoa beans for a superior chocolate taste experience.

    For something more exotic, try Abundant Earth Organic Drinking Chocolate with Chai.

    Directions:
    For a delicious hot chocolate, combine three heaped teaspoons (approx. 14g) of Abundant Earth Organic Drinking Chocolate in a cup or mug with 170ml of hot (not boiling) skim milk and stir well. Also great in iced chocolate!

    Ingredients:

    Organic sugar, organic cocoa powder (23%), organic skim milk powder, natural flavour.

    Contains:
    Wheat, milk and their products.

    May Be Present:
    Gluten, soy, sesame seeds, peanuts and tree nuts.

    Nutrition Information:
    Servings per package: Approx. 17
    Serving size. 14g
    Avg Quantity
    per serving

    Avg Quantity
    per 100g

    Energy

    212kj (51 Cal)

    1510kj (362 Cal)

    Protein
    1.4g

    10.1g

    Fat total

    less than 1.0g

    2.7g

    -saturated
    less than 1.0g

    1.8g

    Carbohydrate
    10.2g

    73.1g

    - sugars
    9.8g

    70.0g

    Sodium
    10mg

    68mg
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    Sounds good! Will check it out.

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    damn. why do they have to have gluten in it?

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    marcellus
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    Have you tried the ALDI version of Milo its got the crunchy bits just like Milo. Its yum. But for a choc milk you can't go past Abundant Earth Drinking Chocolate organic makes it less guilty.

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    Will have to keep an eye out for it! Is it very exy....?

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    Is it in the health food aisle or where the milo is kept? What type of container is it in? This way I will know what I am looking for

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    Nope, it was with the choc milk drinks/tea/coffee etc In a dark brown cannister (round).
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    Hmmm I want to know where you can get is as well and price But it does sound very very tasty!

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    Okay this cost me $6.99 in Coles and it's not huge but its the good stuff...

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    *bump*
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    The republica drinking chocolate is organic and free trade and available in the supermarkets.

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    I'll have to keep my eye out for it - we're nearly finished all the tins of milo that came in the Crisco hamper we got as a gift a few years back LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onyx View Post
    The republica drinking chocolate is organic and free trade and available in the supermarkets.
    This will be my choice next shop!

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    we love our abdundant earth drinking chocolate here...they also do a cocoa type one that you can use in cooking from memory.......

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    Is this the one??



    Abundant Earth Organic Hot Chocolate Powder 250g

    I just added it to my coles online shopping list

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