Yummy hot chocolate made without using chocolate. It sounds to good to be true, but it isn't! Just wait till you try it and see for yourself. My five year old sister adores this and she loves to scoop up the yummy froth.
You can even add a little bit of coffee (lesser quantity than Milo) to add a mocha hit.
From a Maxwell House pamphlet. This is so scrumptious. My coffee pot does not have a decanter/glass pot so I make this a bit different than how they stated. I've included both ways in case your coffee pot has an internal system instead of using a decanter.
inspiration: Borders Cafe's Cherry Mocha. This hot coffee beverage can be adapted in flavoring. The main idea is non-carb whipped cream, cocoa and coffee. But, the cherry/almond flavor inspired by Borders Cafe is my husband's favorite. This recipe is good for Atkins or non-atkins. You use the sweetener of your choice; I recommend either Splenda or Sugar. By using Splenda or other non-nutritive sweetener, the net carbs (adjusted for fiber) is 3g net carb.
From : Coffee Talk, A Celebration iof good coffee and good friends cookbook. I received this book in the Cookbook Swap Feb 2009 from my friend NurseJaney. This recipe looks too good to pass up and I may have to make some this evening. For all you coffee lovers this is an inspirational book about friends, God, everyday life ,and Cofffee. Perfect book for me.
NOTE: put coke in ingredients as it would not allow SODA. Use any sodapop chilled for the drink.
While making my husband's morning Nescafe, I decided I wanted a cold coffee drink and started mixing things together. The result tasted much like one of those bottles of Starbucks they sell at gas stations and Wal-Mart.