By Baby Kato on March 27, 2007
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"I love cold and hot cocoas. I especially like the ones that are spicy. This certainly hits the spot. I hope that you will enjoy this lovely treat. Make ice cubes with your leftover coffee. It really adds extra flavour to your cold drinks."
Serving Size: 1 (498 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Wonderful! Smooth and chocolaty with the exotic refreshing flavor of cardamon. I couldn't really taste the orange but that didn't bother me. I also added 3 Splenda packets."
"So good! I used Splenda instead of the honey (so that I could pretend this was healthy), but otherwise prepared it as written. Oh, and I also doubled it, as I knew I would want some extra. I was pleasantly surprised by the strength of the orange flavor; I love chocolate and orange together. I highly recommend this recipe!"
"Now this is what I call a beverage. I'm drinking this as I type, it boy is it amazing! I have a bunch of cardamom pods that I just dont know what to do with since I never really had them before I thought I'd give this a try. I think I just found the use for the rest of them! This is a great treat for a nice summer day."
"Ohhhh...yum! My favorite flavors in a single glass. I loved the idea of coffee ice cubes. This is so good; chocolatey, orangey coffee with whipped cream. I didn't have honey so I used agave syrup. It was still delicious. Great cocoa!"
"Doubled your recipe for the 2 of us, but only added the coffee ice cubes to the cup that my other half enjoyed, & even though I had it without that ingredient, it was very enjoyable, & I'll definitely be making this again! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Stars Tag]"
"Kato gives us another total winner with this recipe :D. I doubt that I would ever have thought and adding cardamom to this clasic flavor combo. The great part is that it's heavenly at first sip but as the coffee cubes begin to melt slowly into the mix the flavor just gets richer and deeper as you go. I replaced the honey with Splenda, used skim milk and fat free liquid coffee creamer for the cream (which I added after heating the milk). Bravo."