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Chocolate cookies become deliciously mocha flavored with coffee extract.
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Mocha Pumpkin Spice Smoothie
Recipe Courtesy of Angela Simpson and Vega"The flavors of chocolate, coffee, and pumpkin collide in this seasonal nutrient-dense smoothie. If you’re the type that relies on a daily java jolt to wake up, this smoothie will do exactly that—and so much more!For a thicker smoothie, pumpkin puree can be frozen in ice cube trays ahead of time and used rather than ice cubes. This will not only thicken the consistency, but also prevent the smoothie’s flavor from becoming diluted. It’s also a great way to use up any extra pumpkin purée."-Angela
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"Our chilled smoothie version of a morning cappuccino has the addition of dates for a little sweetness, a touch of cacao and some rolled oats to make it thicker and more comforting so you’ll last longer on it. It’s a real treat and has a very round flavour.We are leaving some leeway here with the amount of espresso and dates, so you can make it as potent or as sweet as you like. On hot summer mornings, we fill our glass with ice before pouring over the blend and call it a Mochachino on the Rocks." - David Freniel and Luise VindahlRecipe excerpted from the cookbook Green Kitchen Smoothies: Healthy and Colorful Smoothies For Every Day by David Freniel and Luise Vindahl. Purchase your own copy here.
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Give your cakes and cupcakes a little love and make homemade buttercream frosting. This recipe infuses it with coffee grinds for a rich, decadent flavor. 
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Peppermint Mocha
These festive French macarons have a intense, chocolate peppermint flavor that will add color and flavor to your holiday cookie platter. — Angela CarlosFor more great recipes like this one, visit Vintage Zest.
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Chocolate and coffee are a classic, but... with Coke? It might sound strange, but trust us, you'll love it. Read about our 10 Famous Coca-Cola Myths.
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DIY Mocha Frappuccino Recipe
A blender, milk, coffee, and ice are all you need to create the perfect frothy Frappuccino at home. The key here is making sure all the elements — including the coffee — are cold or at least room temperature. Otherwise, the ice will melt and you will just have watered-down, lukewarm coffee.
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Peppermint Mocha Latte Recipe
A peppermint mocha latte is just a minty hot chocolate with the addition of espresso. You can get fancy and garnish with candy canes and the like, but this tastes just fine without all that fuss. Make it even easier on yourself by using a mint-flavored hot chocolate instead of trying to get the peppermint extract/cocoa ratio right.
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hot chocolate
“I do not mess around with my hot chocolate. As a pastry chef, it’s practically required to have a killer hot chocolate recipe at the ready when the cold months come knocking (mine is my European ganache-like roots meets my American Swiss Miss memories).But after all, my point of view on food is the voice of Milk Bar and nothing that we do is ordinary. So I like to turn up the volume on a great base hot chocolate by spiking it with some rich and creamy Baileys Irish Cream and make things even more interesting with either coffee kick or a punch of peppermint!” — Christina Tosi, chef/founder/owner of Milk BarRecipe created by Christina Tosi for Baileys Original Irish Cream
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hot chocolate
This recipe is courtesy of Brooklyn Roasting Company
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Mocha Cream Pie
A three-layer pie made up of a brownie base, chocolate pudding center and refreshing whipped cream top all laced with the essence of freshly pressed coffee
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Spiced chocolate and coffee flavors blend together in this aromatic tequila-based hot cocktail.
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