CARNATION Rich and Creamy Hot Chocolate K-Cups
Sip some good with CARNATION Rich and Creamy Hot Chocolate (12 x 15 g) – NEW Look and improved recipe! Made with real and 100% sustainably sourced cocoa*, with no artificial flavours. CARNATION is committed to sustainable cocoa farming practices and helping farmers build a sustainable future for their communities. Each carton contains 12 capsules that brew a rich and creamy hot chocolate in seconds using Keurig K-Cup and 2.0 brewing systems. Perfect for sharing on a cold day, at the cottage, around a campfire, or taking a moment by yourself at home.
*Rainforest Alliance Certified, as part of the NESTLÉ COCOA PLAN
CARNATION Rich and Creamy Hot Chocolate K-Cups Features and Benefits
12 capsules to brew delicious Rich & Creamy hot chocolate
Made with Real Cocoa & no Artificial Flavours
We purchase 100% Sustainably Sourced Cocoa certified by Rainforest Alliance, as part of the NESTLÉ COCOA PLAN
Capsules are easy to use in your Keurig K-Cup and 2.0 brewing system – just follow your machine’s instructions
60 calories per single-serve capsule
CARNATION Rich and Creamy Hot Chocolate K-Cups Nutrition Information
*5% or less is a little, 15% or more is a lot
CARNATION Rich and Creamy Hot Chocolate K-Cups Ingredients
Sugar, Cocoa, Corn Syrup Solids, Hydrogenated Coconut, Palm Kernel and Soy Oils, Modified Milk Ingredients, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Dipotassium Phosphate, Mono- and Diglycerides, DATEM, Sucralose, Artificial Flavour. 18 mg Sucralose per 15 g capsule. May Contain Wheat.
Bite-Size Chocolate Cinnamon Pets de Soeur
Pets de sœur, literally translated as Nun farts, and also known to some as “Croxignolles” is a French-Canadian dessert that is often made up from left over pie dough; at times from Tourtière. This quick and easy dessert was can be craft to avoid food waste and ensure that every last ingredient and bite is enjoyed and devoured. This take on a classic French-Canadian treat is rolled with an irresistible Carnation Hot Chocolate and cinnamon filling, then baked instead of fried.