Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

In the summer, this is how I start each day. It's so quick and simple--the perfect thing to throw together as you're running out the door. I make this in a travel-safe container and drink it on the way to work. It's easiest to just reserve a cup of coffee when brewing it fresh.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 cup coffee, cold
  • 1 cup milk (I use whole or 2%)
  • 2 tablespoons Hersheys Chocolate Syrup
  • 6 ice cubes


  1. In a drink mixer, place cold coffee, milk and chocolate syrup. Shake thoroughly.
  2. Place ice cubes in a tall glass.
  3. Pour mixture over ice cubes, insert straw and enjoy!


Most Helpful

So easy and great tasting! I had hazelnut flavored coffee on hand so I had a hazelnut mocha! :) I eyeballed the Hershey's syrup and could have added a bit more. Do make sure to make a strong pot of coffee for this because I forgot and didnt get the coffee flavor as much as I would have liked. Made and reviewed for the Australian/NewZealand Forum's Recipe Swap #42.

lauralie41 July 25, 2010

I woke up late this morning(weekend) sun shining and the first warmish day we have had here in months. So instead of indulging in my regular morning hot coffee to wake me up, I decided to try this recipe instead. So refreshing and a delicious way to start your day! I was a little bit naughty I did use whole milk, and I didnt have Hersheys syrup, so I used Bickfords chocolate milk shake mix as a substitute, although I think Hershey's would be more chocolatey in taste, but it didn't matter, this was still delicious and maybe not as sweet, but it was just the way I like it! I just threw everything into a processor and whizzed for 10 seconds, so quick, so easy and so :yummy: Thanks MarthaStewartWanabe for a very nice change to the morning coffee.

Tisme October 10, 2009

Great way to use up old coffee and refreshing too! Thanks for the idea.

Goldipeg June 27, 2009

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