Iced cafe mocha is one of the most popular Starbucks chocolate drinks. You can even buy it in cans or bottles at convenience and grocery stores.
Most of us felt excited about this new ease of access. Until we saw the price. But, considering Starbuck’s price is about $4 – $5, the $3 small cans seemed reasonable.
What if we told you that you could make the same iced mocha for pennies per serving? If you are purchasing canned or jarred iced mochas, stop now. We will save you time and money with this easy iced mocha recipe using a Keurig® brewer!
You now have one gallon of mocha to enjoy for up to one week. You can serve in a tall glass filled with ice. Or you can heat it in the microwave or on a stovetop for a hot cafe mocha. Have fun with this Keurig® iced mocha recipe. Add flavored syrups to create variations like salted caramel, vanilla, or even bacon! We always recommend topping with whipped cream because, why not?
There are two options you can choose to make your mocha minty. First, add peppermint-flavored syrup. Follow all the steps above to make iced mocha. After you add the Hershey syrup, leave a little bit of room for five to six shots of peppermint flavor. Adjust to your taste. Or you can replace the dark roast K-Cup® pods with Donut Shop Peppermint Bark.
Yes! Cafe Escapes Cafe Mocha pods offer a creamy blend of coffee and chocolate. We often describe them as an adult tasting hot chocolate. With under 100 calories, there is no guilt. But, we prefer them hot as they taste watered down over ice. Make sure you use the six or eight-ounce water setting and the strong button.
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