Put both ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk to blend well.
Do your best to smash larger clumps. You want the pieces to be as small and as close to a powder consistency as possible. Larger clumps will change the flavor of your hot chocolate and make it slightly more bitter. So break them up the best you can. This may take a minute or two.
You can also put the ingredients in a plastic, Ziploc bag and mash it with your hands until the larger clumps are gone.
To make chocolate milk, simply combine 1 tbsp. mix with 1 cup of milk (any kind).
NOTE: This mix is purposefully not overly sweet. If you want a sweeter hot chocolate, I recommend adding more sucanat to your hot chocolate AFTER making it and pouring into mugs or cups. That way, each person can sweeten it to their own tastes.
Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible. Data is for dry mix only and does not include milk or other liquid.