Charishma's Double Mocha-Cocoa-Sweetened Milk-Coffee Coffee

"Confession - I have been having this terrible coffee craving since y'day and I have just been ignoring it. FINALLY, at 2 am TONIGHT, I decided, I will make coffee! But, not the same old kind, or the various ones made before, I wanted to do something different! Love to experiment and decided to throw in all the coffee related stuff in my kitchen together, and came up with this at 2 am! Right now, I'm patting myself on my back and sipping away this drink that makes me go like "mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm" :) There's nothing more tastier than your own creation:)"
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  • Dissolve sugar in water, stir, and simmer on low flame for 2 minutes.
  • Add in sweetened condensed milk, stir, and bring to a boil.
  • Meanwhile, put the cocoa powder, coffee and cappucino powder in your coffee mug.
  • Pour the milk-water-sugar mixture over these dry ingredients.
  • Stir vigorously until combined.
  • Keep aside for 10 minutes to allow it to'cream' together.
  • Sit back, log onto Zaar, and sip sip sip, my very own magical cocoa1-coffee-mocha mix!
  • I won't say,"Burn your lips and think of me", I'm sweeter now, ain't I.

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  1. The name of this recipe is most appealing, however it is toooo sweet for me, even my DH who uses sugar in his coffee/tea said it was much too sweet. Perhaps without the 2 teaspoons of sugar it would be better. JMHO
  2. Made for Snow QUeens Comfort Cafe 2010. This is really good! Yummy as another poster stated. It is too sweet for my taste but it can be a dessert coffee for myself and guests. I did follow directions and used a recipe for sweetened condensed milk (did not have nay left). DH bought me several packets of cappucino mix for the holidays so this was perfect timing. I will make this again for an after dinner cafe but will reduce the sugar content. I am hyper enough. :-)
  3. mmm... yummy!
  4. I do not use sugar in my coffee, so this was on the sweet side. It was really good. I made it for my daughter and she loved it - she has a major sweet tooth. I will diffently make it again, I think this would be great to serve on a cold night, sitting in front of a fireplace. I enjoyed this and will be making it again soon. thanks for the great recipe.
  5. Since I don't usually put sugar in my coffee this was a little on the sweet side for me but my husband thought it was great. I didn't have Nescafe so I used Tasters Choice Vanilla Roast instant coffee and for the cappucino mix I used Victorian Inn's instant French Vanilla. This is a nice drink recipe and I will make it again since my husband liked it so much but I will use a little less sweetener in mine.


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