Save some money and the inconvenience of driving around looking for the perfect cup of Mocha! Keep your money in the pocket and save some time and effort with this clever hack. Homemade Mocha, it can’t get any easier that this…
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Hi hetal, anuja..
In order to add the frothing to the beverage as we get in starbucks or any other coffee places, you can use the milk frother. we can get one from IKEA store for $1 – $1.50 each.
And i make mocha at home, which is very similar to starbucks or any other coffee shops.
Fresh instant coffee – 1 -2tblspoon(depending on how strong one wants it)
Hershey’s or Nesquick or Cadbury’s cocoa powder – 1 tblspoon
Cadbury’s Drinking choclate powder – 1 tablespoon (you get it in Indian stores). can also be replaced by hersey’s choclate syrup.
Sugar – 2 tablespoon (varies as per taste)
milk – 1 cup
1) In a coffee cup, mix instant coffee, cocoa powder, drinking chocolate powder, sugar, about 3-4 table spoon of milk..
2) mix all of the above till the powders mix well with the given small amount of milk. Use milk frother then to beat that coffee mix with choclate and cocoa powder for about a minute to 90 seconds..
3)At the same time, in another coffee mug, mix whole milk with water (so that when you heat it, cream (called malai) dosen’t form )
4) Fill 3/4th mug with whole milk and 1/4th with water..
5) heat it in microwave for about 1 minute twice, stirring it after 1 minute.
6) once it is warmed up in the microwave, add it to the concentrated beaten coffee+cocoa mixture that you were stirring with milk frother.
7) you cafe mocha is ready for you.
PS: Whole milk is preferable for this recipe.. Thicker the milk, more frothing you will get on top. 🙂
Thanks Birva! Sounds delicious!
Hi Hetal Anuja,
Thanks for this great tip ! I have a question about coffee in general. I have heard that storing freshly brewed coffee in the refrigerator for few days is toxic to health. I usually like to chill my coffee in the fridge so that I can enjoy iced coffee later on. Is it really toxic to store brewed coffee in the refrigerator ? thank you.
We have not heard of coffee turning toxic but it does start to lose flavor as soon as it is brewed. You should be able to keep it in an airtight container in the fridge for a couple of days. The longer you keep it, it tends to pick up odors and flavors of other food stored in the fridge.
Can cold frapucchino be made with this recipe too?
Sure…just cool down the coffee and then add it to a blender with hot cocoa mix and ice. Blend until smooth.
You can add a scoop of ice cream as well to make it really rich and creamy!
Thanks Hetal!! Sounds Yummy..
Can u say the best coffee brands in US and what to use, dark or light.Thanks
The link for mocha the tue tips is broken. And there is no receipe that I can print. Can u please fix that. I am a big mocha fan!!!!!!!!
The link seems to be working fine. Can you please try it again? Also, there is no written recipe because it is only black coffee mixed with a packet of hot chocolate. 🙂
thanks, you gals really save your viewers money, great tip.
wooow, thank you so much for this tip. this will save me a lot of money.
i would like to request more of vegetarian receipes.
can you please show how to make puris for pani puri at home. i heard they come out very nice using tortilla maker. thanks.
Check out http://www.vahrevah.com. There is a video recipe by vahchef to make pani puri.
Ohh. Thank you Vaishali. I will check it out. 🙂