Iced Mocha

by Jill Dalton

What could be more refreshing on a hot day than an Iced Mocha. But this is an extra special Iced Mocha. This Mocha is dairy free, sugar free and deeeelicious! Stop waisting your time and money buying those overly priced and super fattening Iced Mochas from you local coffee shop. You can make yours to your exact preference right in the comfort in your own kitchen.

Iced Mocha

What could be more refreshing on a hot day than an Iced Mocha. But this is an extra special Iced Mocha. This Mocha is dairy free, sugar free and deeeelicious! Stop waisting your time and money buying those overly priced… Desserts Iced Mocha European Print Recipe
Serves: 1 Prep Time:
Nutrition facts: 100 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 3 voted )

Ingredients

1 serving of espresso or regular coffee ( decaf if you prefer )
1 date or two if you like it sweeter
about 1 cup of nut milk of your choosing
tsp-Tbs cocoa powder (depending on your level of chocolatey goodness)
cup of ice

Instructions

Blend all in a blender until there are no more date chunks. Pour in your cup of ice and enjoy!

 

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4 comments

Terra Stephens July 11, 2017 - 6:17 pm

Love Your Videos ! They are helping me move forward into a plant based diet.

Just an FYI :

The Iced Mocha recipe ingredients is missing the cocoa portion of the recipe.

I’m so excited to try this !!

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Stacey Green Ferguson April 16, 2018 - 10:22 am

I am currently transitioning to WFPB – or making an attempt anyway. I don’t have a high-powered blender like the one you have. Could date sugar or syrup be used instead of the whole date? I know I would probably be losing out on some fiber, but I don’t think I could pulverize a date enough to work. Thoughts please. I have this same issue with the “crack” salad dressing with raisins. Thanks for your show and all the helpful info and recipes you share. They are an inspiration for me.

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Jill Dalton April 16, 2018 - 11:33 am

Yes, date sugar or syrup would work just fine. For the salad dressing you could soak the cashews and raisins for a couple hours first and then blend. =)

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Larissa April 20, 2020 - 3:39 pm

What about raw cacao powder? Those are not alkalized right?

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