Ingredients: Water, dairy whey, high fructose corn syrup and/or sugar, non-fat milk, corn syrup solids, cocoa (processed wtih potassium carbonate), soybean oil (partially hydrogenated), sodium caseinate (protein source), salt, tricalcium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate, xanthum gum, guar gum, mono-and diglycerides, vanillin (an artificial flavor), soy lechitin, calcium ascorbate (vitamin C), natural flavor, vitamin A palmiate, niacinamide (vitamin B3), vitamin D3 and riboflavoin (vitamin B2).
Nutritional Value: Serving size 8floz, servings about 2, calories 130, fat calories 10, total fat 1g, sat. fat 0.5g, polyunsat fat 0g, monounsat fat 0g, cholest. 0mg, sodium 180mg, potassium 140mg, total carb. 29g, fiber 0g, sugars 20g, protein 2g
The name YooHoo dates from New Jersey in the 1920s, when Italian-American Natale Olivieri gave the name to his fruit juices and, later, his chocolate drink concoction. According to his grandson, Bob Catroneo, the original ingredients were 100% granular cane sugar, Non fat dry milk, Cocoa from Holland, and ingredients like vanelin and cinnamon imported from, I believe Africa. It was a labor intensive product to manufacturer. It had to be pasteurized in package @ 246 degrees for 20 minutes.
Yoohoo- it's chocolate milk
Yes, it helps you fill your body with sugar. That stuff is awful. Try good old fashioned milk with Ghirardelli Chocolate mixed in.
The ingredients of organic chocolate are the same as the ingredients of normal chocolates, exept ALL the ingredients are organic.example, these are the ingredients in a Organic Chocolate ChipOrganic sugar, organic chocolate liquor, organic cocoa butter, organic soy lecithin, organic vanilla.
The ingredients are chocolate, caramel, peanuts and marshmallow creme.
chocolate and milk are in chocolate milk
a chocolate flavour drink
Chocolate sugar cookies can be made with various recipes involving various ingredients. The basic ingredients are flour, cocoa, salt, butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla, and chocolate. The rest of the ingredients are up to the individual.
yes chocolate milk is a drink it is milk, milk is a drink so if you add chocolate it will be the same but chocolaty,