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10.1.12

HOT MOCHA


Drive past the Starbucks and go home for steaming hot mocha. It's better and you won’t need paper cups. Top it with whipped cream or not.

1/4 cup sugar
2 Tbsp cocoa
2 Tbsp water
1/2 cup whipping cream
1/2 whole milk
1 cup hot coffee

• Make a fresh coffee
• Stir together the sugar and cocoa in a microwave-safe 2 cup measuring cup.
• Add water and stir until well blended.
• Microwave for 30 to 45 seconds or until mixture boils.
• Add whipping cream and whole milk and stir until well blended.
• Microwave for 1 to 1-1/2 minutes or until hot.
• Combine cocoa mixture and coffee.
• Serve immediately. 2 servings

4 comments:

  1. Zsuzsa, what a wonderful idea!
    I always make my coffee in the Italian machine (called mocha ;-) ) and sometimes I add some cocoa to the ground coffee in order to make it chocolatey :-)

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  2. Starbucks mocha is my younger daughter's favourite. That’s why I said drive past the shop and make it at home. Plus I don't like the taste paper cups give to beverages. Last time I asked for a real coffee cup they handed me an odiously unclean cup. So now, I have an axe to grind. Hahaha

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  3. And I thought only our Starbucks were dirty. Once they didn't have soap in the clients' toilet nor in the employees toilet... (I asked) It was the last time I went there... And I liked their huge couches and coffee which, sadly, is better than 99% of the stuff served in my city....

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