White Chocolate Mocha
Photo: Vanilla Caramel Latte
At church I work in the coffee bar and have for several years now, one of the most popular drinks that we serve each week is a White Chocolate Mocha. In many ways I think it is more popular than a traditional mocha. Did you know it is just as easy to make?
With a simple switch of chocolate syrup for white chocolate, you can be sipping on a delicious mocha in mere minutes!
- Espresso or Brewed Coffee
- Steamed Milk
- White Chocolate Syrup
- Coffee Mug
Using your espresso machine, prepare the espresso as instructed in the manual and then steam the milk until you reach 140*.
In your mug fill it to about 1/4-1/2 inch with white chocolate syrup.
Next, pour in the espresso and then top it with the steamed milk. Stir it well to mix it up, then top with some whipped cream, maybe even top with a little caramel too!
If you do not have an espresso machine, simply use about 1/4 cup brewed coffee along with warm milk in place of the espresso and steamed milk.
Note: If it is not sweet enough, add more syrup until it reaches your desired sweetness.
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