Mochaccino receipe

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  1. Neserk macrumors 6502a

    Neserk

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    I love Mochaccinos but can't drink them because they have milk in them and I'm allergic. (found that out the hard way) I found this receipe and it is terrific! It makes 8+ servings.

    12 tablespoons of coffee grounds (I used decaf)
    10 cups of water
    3/4 cup of Cremora or other non-dairy powered creamer
    1/2 cup chocolate syrup :D
    1/2 cup carmel syrup (I didn't use this)
    1/2 cup sugar
    whipped topping (I didn't use this either)

    Make strong coffee with water and coffee grounds.
    After coffee has brewed pour into pan or other heat-proof container.
    add sugar, cremora, chocolate syrup, and carmel syrup. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Chill.

    Pour 1 cup of ice and 1 cup of chilled mixture into blender. Blend until ice is well mixed and drink is frothy. Pour into glass. Top with whipped topping, chocolate and carmel syrups. Enjoy!
     
  2. rainman::|:| macrumors 603

    rainman::|:|

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    Very nice recipe, I'll have to try it. For variation, Coffeemate makes a chocolate non-dairy creamer, which might add nicely to your recipe... Also, if you're wanting to make the drink hot, and still want it frothy, Nestle makes a powdered drink called Frothé, just mix a bit of that in, it creates a nice foam on top. Easier than using the frother on my espresso machine, which always leaves more coffee on me than in the cup.

    paul
     
  3. oldschool macrumors 65816

    oldschool

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    milk allergy...that really blows the big one


    you don't do what my cousin does do you? he puts water in his cereal. i almost threw up when i saw that :D
     
  4. Neserk thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Neserk

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    No, but I have put OJ on cheerios! It is actually good. Like eating toast and having a drink of orange juice.


    It does suck. I was 26 before I found out (boy was I sick a lot before that and underweight, too). I love milk but I just don't tolerate it at all.
     
  5. Neserk thread starter macrumors 6502a

    Neserk

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    I lke the Frothe! I'll have to try the chocolate non-dairy creamer!
     
  6. Giaguara macrumors 6502a

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    you can also use soy milk, or rice milk.

    they sell soy milk, but sometimes you have to make the rice milk home.

    rice milk
    cook 1 cup of rice with 2 - 2,5 cup of water, no salt, untill all water is absorbed and it is ready (depending on rice it will be normally 2 - 2,5 x the volume of the rice you use - don't boil in lose water and then throw away the rest of the water - that takes away 90 % of the nutrients).

    when rice is still hot, place it to a blender. for 1 cup of cooked rice, add (brown is better) sugar to taste, about 4-10 spoons (not to be vcery sweet), some vanilla extract or vanilla sugar if you have (or you can cook the rice with the vanilla stick), and add 4 cups of hot, nearly boiling water.
    run the blender untill it is smooth and soft. put the rice milk to settle down to a big jug somewhere; in a few hours if will be ready. you can discard the heavier stuff on the bottom, or use it e.g. in cooking.

    it will conserve up to a week in a fridge.


    i love that with my coffee.. so a latte to rice milk ..
     
  7. wdlove macrumors P6

    wdlove

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    When I have coffee, just prefer it black. Just can't tolerate the sweetness with my coffee. For a treat I like Starbucks Mocha Late or a Frappachino.

    I'm sure that a milk allergy is no fun. I think that I'd miss ice cream a lot. Have you ever tried Lactaid?

    http://www.lactaid.com/recipes/index.jhtml
     

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