BetterMilk Challenge Recipe 3: BetterMilk Mochalatte

Before I even tried my third BetterMilk recipe on the Three-Day BetterMilk Challenge, I already knew I would love it!  That’s because the first ingredient—coffee—is one of my favorite pick-me-ups when I get up and go to work every morning. The recipe is called the BetterMilk Mochalatte and here are the ingredients you’ll need to get started:

Cambrooke Foods BetterMilk Mochalatte

1/2 cup of strong coffee or espresso, cooled; 4 Tbs sugar or Splenda; 2 Tbs Nestle Nesquick chocolate syrup; 1/2 tsp vanilla extract; 1/4 tsp almond extract; 1 packet of Camino pro GMP BetterMilk; 2 cups of ice (not pictured)

The instructions said to “brew strong coffee by using twice the amount of grounds required by your coffee maker OR use twice the amount of instant coffee with boiling water.” In order to keep things simple, I decided to simply brew a little extra coffee in the morning, set a 1/2 cup aside in the fridge and then when I got home from work, it was already chilled.

Once you get your cold coffee in hand, combine the coffee, sugar, chocolate syrup, vanilla extract and almond extract in a blender. Process the ingredients on “low” for about one minute to dissolve the sugar. Then add the BetterMilk and ice. Blend on high until the drink has a smooth texture.

Cambrooke Foods BetterMilk MochalatteFinal review: O.M.G It’s like Tiramisu in a glass! However, when the instructions said to “pour into a tall glass,” they weren’t kidding. I actually tried making this after already eating dinner and could not finish the entire beverage. This recipe might actually be a great option for a meal replacement – huge kudos to Cambrooke Foods’ food scientists!!

Serving size: 555 g

Serving per recipe: 1

Measurement Per Serving Per Recipe
PHE: 51 mg 51 mg
LEU: 3140 mg 3140 mg
Pro: 0.5 g 0.5 g
P.E.: 15 g 15 g
Calories 400 400
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