Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins
A coffee drink that tastes like a Heath Bar. I don't have an espresso machine, so I use a French Press pot, and a Bodum microwave milk steamer/frother. You can substitute shots of espresso if desired. You can use chocolate syrup instead of powder.
- 8 ounces strong rich coffee, hot
- 1 ounce english toffee syrup (I use Torani's sugar free)
- 2 teaspoons cocoa powder (Hershey's)
- 4 ounces milk, steamed or heated (more or less to taste)
- In a large 12 oz. mug, mix coffee, syrup and cocoa.
- Add steamed or heated milk to taste and enjoy!
I loved this rich, decadent coffee Mikekey. What a treat. It was quick and easy to make and the best part is now I can enjoy it whenever I like. Thanks for sharing.
I love heath candy bars so I knew this coffee would be for me. :) A rich coffee with the chocolate and toffee flavors, very good! I didnt mix to well and had some cocoa left in the bottom of my cup so next time I will use my hand blender and give the coffee a swirl or two. This recipe will go in my favorites and be made again! Made and reviewed for Pick A Chef Spring 2010.
Admittedly I have no clue what a Heath Bar is or what it is supposed to taste like. But this coffee is GOOD!! I made it with 1 square unsweetened chocolate and 1 teaspoon cocoa powder to make it a little smoother - the rice milk I use is quite watery :lol: A combination of brown rice syrup and vanilla extract makes a good substitute for toffee syrup which I don't have. My whole office is scented with a mixture of cocoa, coffee and toffee smell and DH wants to have what makes this smell, please... Thanks for posting this! Made for Comfort Cafe Snowqueen's Round 2010.