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    Mocha

    I don't know about you, but introducing coffee to chocolate deserves some sort of award. I just love mocha. I hope to expand this newly devised cookbook. Rome wasn't built in 1 day! Enjoy!

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    1 Reviews |  By SnoBahr

    3 powders form together to make a hot drink. Froufrou coffee taste, without Froufrou Coffeehouse price. You can use regular or decaf, add in whatever further powders you like for flavour.

    Recipe #472141

    5 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    This recipe is from a Gooseberry Patch cookbook. They are absolutely wonderful. I actually use a little less cocoa in the frosting than it calls for, but feel free to adjust according to how chocolaty you like it.

    Recipe #253227

    Once you taste these you're hooked! They are so good to munch on, whether it be for a quick snack, family movie night, or just about any time.You might want to double the recipe, because these will disappear fast. This calls for margarine, don't use soft-whipped or butter!

    Recipe #226880

    This just may be the Cadillac of chocolate sandwich cookie! I got this from the Godiva site and these are just amazing! They just about melt in your mouth! Times are approximate, and do not include chilling time.

    Recipe #428304

    9 Reviews |  By loof

    From a Galveston-area church cookbook, a lovely coffee drink!

    Recipe #323312

    I love this recipe because it is easy to mix up, I usually have everything on hand and they taste woooonderful. The frosting is optional.

    Recipe #103762

    Here it is -- the best chocolate cake ever! Perfect for birthdays.

    Recipe #12488

    Rich enough to be a dessert. This is so rich that you could cut the sugar in half or out and it will still taste great. I used half whipping cream and half skim milk. The orange rind gives it a nice subtle flavor. Makes 2 drinks. Recipe can be halved or doubled.

    Recipe #280094

    These were really good! Got this recipe years ago from an old Emeril Live episode. The spices in this give it a nice zingy aftertaste that I love. Rich and hard to eat just one. I use 1 stick of butter to give it nice taste, and 1 stick of margarine to give the cookies a nice shape. I also use dark chocolate syrup and Ghirardelli chocolate chips (bittersweet).

    Recipe #220694

    2 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A nicely balanced mix of coffee and chocolate. I use this to frost Chili Chocolate Cinnamon Cake #36899. Posted by request. Recipe from "Chocolate Cake"

    Recipe #53437

    I love "mocha" anything, and this definitely fits the bill. Oh it's so good. This makes a great bundt cake. I've had this recipe for quite awhile, and I don't remember where I got it. All I know is that it's great! Don't forget the icing! The recipe for the icing follows the directions.

    Recipe #214899

    4 Reviews |  By ellie_

    A delicious change from the traditional chocolate chip cookies. Recipe source: Bon Appetit November, 1986

    Recipe #73347

    I've made these with mint chocolate chips also -- they're rich and delicious

    Recipe #148879

    This recipe is from Cook's Illustrated,and is unbelievably good. With a delicate whisper of coffee, the flavors meld together to give you a wonderful promise. It's so good! Add your choice of vanilla or coffee ice cream! You just gotta try this! Times are approximate.

    Recipe #218294

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