By Baby Kato on February 27, 2008
Photo by diner524
Photo by diner524
"This is a nice, dark mocha cream. It's cold and refreshing on a hot summer day. Just perfect, for sitting by the pool or out on a dock, sipping while reading a book. It'll give you a little lift."
Serving Size: 1 (178 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"OMG!!! What a fantastic drink!!! This is so rich and creamy and full of chocolate and coffee flavors!! Do not skip the blending part of the directions, as this makes it so thick and creamy delicious!! I followed this as written, although I thought it meant chocolate milk rather then milk chocolate as someone else stated, and I used just normal ice cubes. I did add the coffee flavored liqueur (Kahlua) for a fun cool evening drink. Thanks BK for sharing such a yummy recipe. Made for Stars Tag."
"This was soooo good! I did not blend mine but shook it over some ice then poured it over more! I used land o lakes whipped cream and this was divine! Tastes like the mocha Starbucks things you get in the bottle! I also used decaf coffee due to the hour in the day! Great after work treat! :) Thanks for posting! Made for Zaar Stars Tag Game!"
"Rich and chocolaty! I wasn't sure what kind of milk chocolate to use, I ended up using Hershey ice cream topping, which really put the chocolate over the top...SO Good!!! Made this for Comfort Cafe Jan.'09 - Thanks for a delicious recipe :)"
"Fantastic! I put some additional cocoa in the whipping cream before whipping it for even more chocolate, then topped with shaved dark chocolate."
"I wish I hadn't found this ;) It is *too* good! I made exactly as stated, didn't skip a thing and had myself a little indulgence! Definitely a coffee and chocolate lovers dream. Thanks for sharing. (Made for Bevy Tag 3/08)"
"This is just wonderful! It's so rich, creamy and chocolaty. If you love coffee and chocolate, you have to try this recipe. I am planning on making this often! Thanks for sharing another winner!"
"How I wish I could give this 10 stars. It's absolutely to die for. I used fat free evaporated milk in place of the cream and still got a rich, creamy, frothy, deeply chocolate dream come true. I used Dutch cocoa and Splenda Brown Sugar and skipped the booze. For the ice I used 6 frozen coffee cubes (my trays make very small cubes). I don't need a crystal ball to know that this will be appearing many times over in my future. Bless you BK."