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Get The Benefits Of Almond Milk With My 4 Ingredient Blended Mocha

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 Summertime means lots of friends stopping by to visit and enjoy our pool!

It also means having lot's of snacks and drinks on hand for our guests to enjoy! I like to have a couple “signature” drinks that I can put together very quickly so that I don't miss any of the fun! Since my daughter is a vegan and many of our friends are dairy free I created a “4 Ingredient Blended Mocha” that features the benefits of almond milk… and tastes amazing… with no dairy!

coconut almond milk mocha

I was running low on the ingredients (and it's only a few days into summer break <— that means there has been a lot of fun at our house) so I headed over to Safeway and picked up what I needed, including the stars of the drink, Silk Almond Coconut Blend AND Silk Almondmilk Protein + Fiber!

The rest of the ingredients I bet you have at home already.

It's just ice, coffee, and cocoa powder. I don't add any extra sweeteners because Silk already is sweet enough to me… but if you want something a little sweeter you can totally add your favorite sweetener. My favorite is agave and I'd add maybe 1/2 a teaspoon tops, but raw sugar is also a nice addition.

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My blended mocha can be made with either of these Silk's.

I LOVE coconut milk so I had mine with the Almond and Coconut Blend, but I made one for my husband with the Protein+Fiber because he loves the taste of Almond milk and is always looking for new ways to add more protein to his diet. The texture of the drink is exactly the same either way, but the coconut blend one tasted a little creamier to me. Either way is great!

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 Ready to make your own super easy blended mocha? Here's the recipe!

4 Ingredient Dairy Free Blended Mocha
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Ingredients
  1. 1 Cup Almond Coconut Blend Silk
  2. 1/2 Cup Cold Coffee
  3. 1 tsp Cocoa Powder
  4. 1 Cup of Ice
  5. *Optional* Sweetener of your choice. I find Silk sweet enough already.
Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients together. Enjoy!
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dairy free blended mocha

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What is your favorite summer drink?

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Heather
Heather Delaney Reese is a Lifestyle and Family Travel Writer currently on the road with her family 150 days a year, sharing exceptional family memory making moments and life's everyday fun times. She is a big proponent of encouraging others to join her journey and become a professional blogger so that they too can make money at home and spend more time with their families.

31 Comments

  1. I have never added Silk to anything like this, but it seriously sounds like it’s to die for.

  2. I love Silk milks, especially the almond+coconut blend. It’s a great substitute for regular milk, even in baked goods!

  3. We have become an Almond Milk family also. We all love the taste of it. We still use milk on occasion, but Almond Milk is our first choice. I love that more and more products are coming out that are healthier.

  4. This sounds like a really great and refreshing recipe. I love ice drinks in the summer.

  5. Oh my goodness, this sounds amazing and I love that it is dairy-free… thanks so much for sharing!

  6. My youngest only drinks the Silk Almond Vanilla milk. His system can’t handle cows milk, and this works really well. Plus it is YUMMY!

  7. My husband loves to drink Silk Milk and he also loves Mocha drinks. I think we will try to make this soon.

  8. Almond-coconut is my favorite blend of non dairy …. but I never thought of making an iced coffee with it! YUM!

  9. That sounds fantastic. I hate milk, it kind of grosses me out, so when I can find a great substitute, I always go that way.

  10. I’m not a fan of almond milk but my daughter is. i have never tried it in coffee, worth a shot.

  11. Looks great. I am reluctantly dairy free (I can have certain cheeses, but milk and ice cream are no no’s) and a total coffee addict. Love almond milk — never thought to try the almond & coconut milk blend from Silk!

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