How to Make Your Own Mocha Coffee at Home

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Delicious and rich chocolate coffee. Sometimes called a mocha coffee at coffee shops

Make Your Own Homemade Mocha Coffee

Ever wonder what goes into making a mocha coffee.  I didn’t think I could it a home. That is until the barista mentioned it was just cocoa mixed in the coffee. That is when it hit me. I can make this at home, cheaper.  You’ll kick yourself for spending $4-5 a drink for this.

You can enjoy your chocolate coffee (or what coffee shops call a mocha coffee) at home, cheaper and more often.

Still use the coffee shops delicious coffee beans and get them ground to take home.  Make your coffee at home, more often and enjoy. And if you love this recipe, try our hot chocolate.

Can You Use Chocolate Syrup?

You will want to use a chocolate syrup that you like. A higher quality chocolate syrup is our favorite to use for a variation from this recipe.

What Makes Coffee, Mocha Coffee?

Chocolate of course. You can use powdered chocolate or a delicious chocolate syrup to give your coffee a delicious bump in flavor.

1-2 cups of brewed coffee
Creamer (if desired)
1 – .55 oz packet of hot chocolate mix or use 1 serving from a can.
Whipped Cream

Add the coffee into your mug and stir.
Mix with a spoon until the hot chocolate is dissolved.
Add in creamer to your desired taste.
Add whipped cream (if desired) for a coffee house look or add marshmallows for a hot chocolate taste.
Sprinkle a little cocoa on your whipped cream for a fancy effect!


Delicious and rich chocolate coffee. Sometimes called a mocha coffee at coffee shops
Delicious and rich chocolate coffee. Sometimes called a mocha coffee at coffee shops


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  1. Now this sounds absolutely divine! I tend to go overboard with the whipped cream. Which is FINE by me. LOL Great recipe, thanks so much for sharing! Off to see what other treasures I can find!

  2. This looks delicious! I am definitely going to try this today! It is rainy and cold outside and I can’t think of another drink that would be perfect for the occasion!

  3. How delicious on a cold wintery day!!! I love both and putting them together what a unique idea! Thanks for sharing.

    1. Oh Nice! I’m working on another recipe for coffee I’ll be posting soon too. Ice cubes! Look for the recipe soon.

    1. I would like some coffee now, but it’s way to late, will make some more in the morning. every time I read posts about it, I’m reminded how yummy it is.

    1. Love your pinterest fun for the weekend. Thanks for stopping. Let me know how you like coffee this way.

  4. I love both chocolate and coffee. Put them together, it’s sheer bliss for me! Thanks for posting this.. now I know what to cheer myself up with on a gloomy day.

    1. I drink my coffee with mostly creamer and lots of whip…. or flavored milk if you think about it. 🙂

  5. I came to visit from Make My Morning Blog Hop…looks like you made MY morning! Thanks for the recipe! I follow you on FB, Twitter and G+ !

  6. Oh this is a good combination…love chocolate & love coffee,Then this is so good with both flavours!!

    Thanks for linking with Midweek Fiesta, Hope to see you again

  7. Oh this is right up my alley! Love hot chocolate and love coffee and I confess I do combine them together on occasion. Although, I really need to add whipped cream next time. That would ‘Make My Morning’. {New follower}

    1. It is good Gena! And if you drizzle chocolate or carmel on top of the whipped cream, yummy!

      Love the deals on your blog!

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