Almond Milk Irish Cream Hazelnut Mocha-Hmmm?

Almond Milk Irish Cream Hazelnut Mocha

So here’s one I just tried and it tastes really good! I’ve been using Almond Milk a lot lately because it is less fat and has lots of vitamins in it, plus it seems to be gentler on my stomach.


With coffee, the Almond Milk gives a nice bit of extra flavor too. This recipe is a bit different, but that’s what this site is about. All different kinds of flavored coffee recipes for you to try and maybe ones that you might not have thought of! I like to think outside the coffee shop when it comes to coffee recipes šŸ˜‰ . That’s the beauty of it. You can make your flavored coffee any way you like! There’s no right way or wrong way, just what your taste buds tell you šŸ˜‰ (kind of makes me think of Bob Ross from The Joy of Painting on OPB ” You can do anything you want to do. This is your world.”)

So, recipe time!

Almond Milk, Irish Cream, Hazelnut Mocha Recipe (non-dairy!)

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup Almond Milk
  • 1/4 cup coffee, or 1-2 shots espresso
  • 1/4 cup International Delights Irish Cream Coffee Creamer (non-dairy)
  • 1 tbls. Torani Hazelnut Syrup (or other brand)
  • 2 tbls. Nesquik Chocolate Powder(You can find this cheaper at stores usually, but I put the Amazon affiliate link here in case you don’t have a store very close or your store doesn’t carry it for some reason)

Ingredients for Almond Milk, Irish Cream, Hazelnut Mocha

How to make:

Since the chocolate does not need hot water to dissolve it, I just throw everything in a cup and mix it up cold usually. If you want it iced, then just add ice! If you want it hot, then either steam the almond milk and Irish Cream creamer together, or microwave, and then add the rest of the ingredients.

Enjoy! Let me know in the comments what you thought or if you have any of your own tips! And, if you enjoyed this recipe, be sure to use the share bar on the left over there to share it with your friends!

 

Comments

  1. Charmaine Creach says:

    Because almonds are naturally very nutritious, almond milk doesn’t need to be fortified. You can make almond milk yourself at home, and it will have the same nutritional value as the almond milk available commercially.