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Is there a substitute for powdered non-dairy creamer that does not have transfat or hydrogenated fat? I want to make dry hot chocolate mix.

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I usually see powdered milk used rather than non-dairy creamer, as in this recipe; This source seems to say it has less or no trans fat.

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You can get nonfat dry milk (sometimes labeled "skim"), which definitely doesn't have trans fat or hydrogenated fat. – Jefromi Dec 9 '11 at 18:49

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