Starbucks Caffè Mocha (home-made)

Mocha is actually the name of a port in Yemen which
is famous for their chocolate coffee bean.
I'm not sure we could even call this a recipe, it's more of an "ah ha" moment when I tell people I've been making my version of Starbucks's Caffè Mocha for years. I've tried numerous ways of flavoring coffee over the years, including the fancy syrups, Nesquik and chocolate sauce (McDonald's uses Hershey's syrup), but the best is hot-chocolate packets. While almost any will work (can you say marshmallows in your coffee?), the closest to Starbucks is Swiss Miss Dark Chocolate Sensation.

The truth is that this is a super quick way of preparing a $4 cup of coffee, at home, with minimal fuss. It requires no additional sugar, and comes out perfect every-time!

Of course the perfect cup of coffee wouldn't be perfect without some of stroopwafels (dutch caramel wafers).

Ingredients:
This is what dreams are made of: stroopwafels. They originate
from the same place in the Netherlands that we get
Gouda cheese from.



  • Coffee (For this example, I'm using Keurig Starbuck Brand French Dark Roast)
  • Swiss Miss Dark Chocolate Sensation hot-chocolate packets
  • French Vanilla Creamer
  • Whipped Cream (optional)

Method:
  1. Before brewing coffee, place one packet of hot-chocolate in the cup.
  2. Brew coffee, then stir before adding creamer.
  3. Top with whipped cream.

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