Combine all of the ingredients in a mixing bowl and use your fingers to break up any clumps. Transfer to an air-tight container or jar and store at room temperature.
To make a single cup of hot chocolate:
Add 2 Tbsp. of hot chocolate mix to 3/4 Cup of hot water or non-dairy milk (recommended). If you omit the dried coconut milk powder, I highly recommend mixing it with well shaken or stirred full-fat canned coconut milk so it has a rich and creamy taste.*Note- Many coffee mugs are larger than 3/4 Cup, so you may need to measure accordingly. If you prefer a more intense hot chocolate, use 2 Tbsp. of mix for every 1/2 Cup of water or non-dairy milk.
If you're not dairy-free, feel free to replace the coconut milk powder with powdered milk.
If you omit the coconut milk powder, use well shaken or stirred full-fat canned coconut milk to hydrate the mix instead of water or other non-dairy milk. This will ensure the Keto Hot Chocolate is still rich and creamy.
For the full-fat canned coconut milk, I recommend using Thai Kitchen, Sprouts, or Native Forest brands because other brands may leave an aftertaste. I also recommend not storing it in the fridge, otherwise, it will separate and be hard to stir.
For Paleo, blend coconut palm sugar in a blender until it's "powdered" then measure it out for the mix.
Sugar Alcohol is included in the fiber to make the net carbs correct. Nutritional information does not include the non-dairy milk.
If you omit the coconut milk powder the nutritional info is as follows: Calories: 5 Fat: 0 Protein: 0 Carbs: 11 Fiber: 1
For the sweetener, I chose to use powdered monk fruit sweetener with allulose because it dissolves beautifully and has NO aftertaste! However, any powdered sugar will work. I don't recommend granulated sugar, otherwise, the hot chocolate will be grainy. (Use code "CRAVEABLE" at checkout for 10% off all BESTI SWEETENERS!)